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Iaith Saesneg a Ffrangeg (BA)

  • UCAS code: QR31
  • Next intake: September 2020
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Mode: Full time

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.


Entry Year

Why study this course

Ein nod yn yr Ysgol Ieithoedd Modern a'r Ysgol Saesneg, Cyfathrebu ac Athroniaeth yw datblygu ac addysgu myfyrwyr i fod yn 'ddinasyddion byd-eang'.  Drwy astudio Ffrangeg a Llenyddiaeth Saesneg, byddwch yn meithrin amrywiaeth o sgiliau trosglwyddadwy a gwybodaeth fuddiol i fyd gwaith, gan roi mantais gystadleuol i chi a’ch gwneud yn atyniadol i weithlu cynyddol fyd-eang ac agor drysau i amrywiaeth o lwybrau gyrfa.  

Mae gan iaith Saesneg yng Nghaerdydd gymeriad unigryw. Cewch sylfaen gadarn o ran dadansoddi’r iaith y byddwch chi’n ei dysgu, a byddwch yn dysgu am arfau ieithyddol hanfodol fel ffoneteg, gramadeg a dadansoddi disgwrs, a hynny gan y rhai sy’n helpu i ddatblygu’r meysydd hynny. Gan fod gennym ymagwedd eang at iaith, fe ddysgwch hefyd sut mae dadansoddi’r mathau o destunau amlfoddol (er enghraifft, cyfuno geiriau, lluniau a seiniau) a geir mor aml yn y cyfryngau cyfoes. Rydym hefyd yn canolbwyntio ar y cysylltiad rhwng iaith a diwylliant, cymdeithas, gwleidyddiaeth a meddwl.

Mae Ffrainc yn wlad bwysig ar lwyfan Ewrop a’r byd, ac yn enwog am ddiwylliant cyfoethog a soffistigedig. Ffrangeg yw un o ieithoedd gwaith swyddogol yr Undeb Ewropeaidd a'r Cenhedloedd Unedig.

Yn ogystal â datblygu sgiliau iaith lefel uchel, byddwch yn datblygu dealltwriaeth ryngddiwylliannol fanwl sy'n cynnwys gwybodaeth benodol am ddiwylliannau Ffrengig, a sgiliau cyfathrebu a meddwl yn feirniadol, sy’n meithrin gwytnwch ac annibyniaeth yn sgil yr amser a dreulir mewn cyd-destunau trochi mewn iaith dramor.

Rydyn ni’n cynnig Ffrangeg i fyfyrwyr lefel uwch a dechreuwyr. O ran caffael iaith, bydd y cwrs hwn yn eich galluogi chi i ddatblygu eich sgiliau ysgrifennu, llafar a gwrando drwy amrywiaeth o weithgareddau dysgu a deunyddiau clyweledol. Yn ystod eich blwyddyn gyntaf, yn ogystal â'ch gwersi iaith, bydd cyflwyniad i hanes a diwylliant Ffrainc yn ceisio darparu sylfaen gadarn ar gyfer astudiaethau mwy arbenigol wrth i chi ddilyn eich cwrs.

Bydd eich dealltwriaeth o’r iaith yn cael ei datblygu a’i mireinio ymhellach yn ystod eich blwyddyn dramor, pan fyddwch yn cael profiad uniongyrchol o fywyd mewn gwlad Ffrangeg ei hiaith. 

Yn y flwyddyn olaf, byddwch yn cael cyfle i ysgrifennu traethawd hir, fydd yn ysgogi menter a gall fod yn baratoad defnyddiol ar gyfer astudiaeth ôl-raddedig. 

Mae’n bwysig cofio nad astudio’r iaith yn unig rydych chi wrth astudio ieithoedd - mae’n cynnwys archwilio sawl agwedd ar wlad, a’n nod yw cynnig cwrs gwirioneddol eang sy'n cynnig modiwlau heriol ac ysgogol. 

Fel myfyriwr cyd-anrhydedd, fe welwch fod meysydd a safbwyntiau ategol sy'n aml yn cysylltu pynciau, boed yn ddadansoddiad beirniadol, yn gyd-destunau hanesyddol neu'n ymchwil ddiweddar. Ar ôl cwblhau’r rhaglen bedair blynedd hon, bydd gennych lefel uchel o hyfedredd iaith, yn ogystal â dealltwriaeth feirniadol o agweddau allweddol ar hanes, diwylliant, llenyddiaeth, gwleidyddiaeth a chymdeithas gyfoes Ffrainc.   

Distinctive features

  • Research-led teaching that allows you to engage with new ideas that are helping to shape the future of English Language and French studies.
  • High-quality language teaching delivered by native speakers.
  • A vibrant programme of extra-curricular activities to support your language learning and immersion into French culture, including extra optional conversation classes with Erasmus students, events at l’Alliance Française and the students’French Society.
  • A curriculum with a clear learning arc, drawing on the latest research and providing a thorough understanding of French culture
  • A structured skills programme which embeds academic, transferable and employability skills into learning from the very beginning
  • The option of taking a credit-bearing work placement
  • The opportunity to spend your third year either studying or working in France or a French speaking country.
  • An exciting range of opportunities beyond your formal studies to engage with local schools and communities in promoting language learning and develop your own skills and profile.

Where you'll study

Yr Ysgol Saesneg, Cyfathrebu ac Athroniaeth

Wedi ein pweru gan ymchwil arloesol, rydym yn dathlu chwilfrydedd, yn ymgysylltu mewn trafodaethau gwybodus a dadansoddi beirniadol ac yn eich annog i feddwl yn greadigol - ar draws a thu hwnt i'n disgyblaethau.

Yr Ysgol Ieithoedd Modern

Un o ysgolion iethioedd modern fwyaf dynamig y Deyrnas Unedig. Rydym yn ymgysylltu ag ystod o randdeiliaid er mwyn hyrwyddo manteision amlieithrwydd.

Entry requirements

BBB-BBC. Ni fydd angen i chi gyflawni'r rhain o unrhyw bynciau penodol ond bydd gan ymgeiswyr sy'n dal B mewn Ffrangeg fynediad i'r llwybr ieithoedd uwch. Sylwch na dderbynnir Astudiaethau Cyffredinol na Meddwl yn Feirniadol. 

Extended Project Qualification: Applicants with grade A in the EPQ will typically receive an offer one grade lower than the standard A level offer. Please note that any subject specific requirements must still be met.

The Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Skills Challenge Certificate will be accepted in lieu of one A-Level (at the grades listed above), excluding any specified subjects.

DDM - DMM mewn pynciau ym maes y Dyniaethau a'r Gwyddorau Cymdeithasol.

Diploma Bagloriaeth Ryngwladol gyda 665-655 mewn 3 phwnc Lefel Uwch

Alternative qualifications may be accepted. For further information on entry requirements, see the Yr Ysgol Saesneg, Cyfathrebu ac Athroniaethand Yr Ysgol Ieithoedd Modern admissions criteria pages.

GCSE

Grade C or grade 4 in GCSE English Language.

IELTS (academic)

At least 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each subskill.

TOEFL iBT

At least 90 overall with minimum scores of 17 for writing, 17 for listening, 18 for reading and 20 for speaking.

PTE Academic

At least 62 overall with a minimum of 51 in all communicative skills.

Trinity ISE II/III

II: at least two Distinctions and two Merits.
III: at least a Pass in all components.

Other accepted qualifications

Please visit our English Language requirements page for more information on our other accepted language qualifications.

Selection

Each candidate's profile is considered as a complete picture, taking into account your interest in and suitability for the degree, as shown in your personal statement and referee's report, as well as achieved and predicted grades. Your ability to present an argument, evidence of intellectual curiosity and your enthusiasm for and commitment to studying will also be assessed.

Tuition fees

UK and EU students (2020/21)

Tuition feeDeposit
£9,000None

Learn about our tuition fees

Financial support may be available to individuals who meet certain criteria. For more information visit our funding section. Please note that these sources of financial support are limited and therefore not everyone who meets the criteria are guaranteed to receive the support.

Students from outside the EU (2020/21)

Tuition feeDeposit
£17,700None

Learn about our tuition fees

Financial support may be available to individuals who meet certain criteria. For more information visit our funding section. Please note that these sources of financial support are limited and therefore not everyone who meets the criteria are guaranteed to receive the support.

Additional costs

Course specific equipment

Many students choose to invest in personal copies of unabridged bilingual dictionaries and reference grammars. While copies of most course materials are available in the library, many students opt to acquire personal copies of set texts.

Accommodation

We have a range of residences to suit your needs and budget. Find out more on our accommodation pages.

Course structure

Mae BA Iaith Saesneg a Ffrangeg yn rhaglen radd dros gyfnod o bedair blynedd. Mae wedi ei strwythuro yn y fath fodd fel y byddwch yn caffael cymwyseddau iaith ar lefel uchel i fod yn feddyliwr annibynnol a beirniadol, yn barod ar gyfer gwaith proffesiynol.

Ym mhob blwyddyn o’r rhaglen byddwch yn astudio 120 o gredydau, wedi eu rhannu'n gyfartal rhwng 60 credyd mewn Iaith Saesneg a 60 credyd mewn Ffrangeg. Treulir eich trydedd flwyddyn yn astudio neu’n gweithio dramor yn Ffrainc neu mewn gwlad arall lle siaredir Ffrangeg.

The modules shown are an example of the typical curriculum and will be reviewed prior to the 2020/21 academic year. The final modules will be published by September 2020.

Year one

You will combine 60 credits of French with 60 credits of English Language.

The two core modules in English Language provide an excellent grounding in language description, analysis and interpretation, and in sociolinguistics. You will choose a third module from a list of options.

In year one we run two pathways for students; an advanced pathway for students with an A-level or equivalent competence in French and a beginner’s pathway for students with limited or no knowledge of French. Year 1 contains a 40-credit core French language module and a 20 credit module introducing you to French history, society and culture from a global perspective. The first year of this programme provides a thorough foundation in the grammar of the language for those students on the beginner’s pathway, and develops the linguistic skills for post A-level students on the advanced pathway.

You will also study a non-language module which introduces you to the development of France as a nation, exploring what it has symbolised for different groups at different moments in history. It also explores France’s exchanges with the world, enabling you to explore France’s role beyond the national borders. The module will enable you to develop a good understanding of intercultural awareness, and the highly-prized ability to mediate between cultures.

Module titleModule codeCredits
National and Global Perspectives on FranceML618720 credits
How Language Works 1SE111320 credits
How Language Works 2SE111420 credits

Year two

In year two you will again take 60 credits in English Language and 60 credits in French.

English Language: In you will take one core module, which covers all the essential elements of phonetics, grammar and lexical semantics (word meaning), building a common stock of knowledge and understanding.

You will also choose two options out a range of ‘foundation’ modules that provide engaging introductions to key areas of study in English Language. The training provided by these modules prepares you to make your choice from the more specialised, research-led ‘extension’ modules in your final year. The language elements of year two build on the work undertaken in year one, and prepare you for your year abroad.

French: In addition to language, you will study 30 credits looking at France in a transnational context. This will introduce you to key approaches, methodologies and critical tools which you can apply to an in-depth study, looking at a range of topics such as culture, history and politics.

Outside of your formal studies, you will have the opportunity to take part in our highly-praised Student Mentoring Scheme, supported by the Welsh Assembly Government. Pupils in selected secondary schools are mentored by our specially-trained undergraduate students who go into schools to mentor pupils in small groups of two or three over a period of five weeks.

You may also choose to take part in the Student Language Ambassador (SLA) scheme, acting as advocates for language learning. Following specific training, as an SLA you may get the opportunity to speak publicly at events, sharing your personal experience of language learning. You may take part in a range of activities, such as language taster sessions, presenting and promoting the year abroad, supporting School language days and events, or promoting modern languages at career fairs or open days.

Module titleModule codeCredits
Cultures in Context (French)ML628230 credits
Sound, Structure and MeaningSE141120 credits
Module titleModule codeCredits
Ex-Beginners Language Year 2 FrenchML628030 credits
Ex-Advanced Language Year 2 FrenchML628130 credits
Children, Language and CommunicationSE131220 credits
Research MethodsSE131820 credits
Sounds of SpeechSE133620 credits
DiscourseSE136220 credits
SociolinguisticsSE136920 credits
Words and MeaningSE137020 credits
History of EnglishSE139820 credits
Digital Literacy and LanguageSE140520 credits
Style and GenreSE141620 credits
ENCAP Employability ModuleSE625520 credits

Year three: Sandwich year

Your third year is spent in France or another French-speaking country. The year abroad will enable you to develop your language skills, deepen your understanding of French culture and develop your independence, resourcefulness and resilience.

Your options will include:

  • studying at one of our partner universities,
  • working as an English assistant in a school through the British Council Scheme, or
  • working for a French organisation or company.

If you choose the study option, we have established exchange programmes which provide opportunities to study in institutions in cities that have included Paris, Toulouse, Chambéry, Grenoble, Lyon, Clermont-Ferrand, Montpellier and Nantes. We also have academic links with Brussels and Geneva.

Placements for teaching assistants on a scheme run by the British Council can take you to either a major city or a small, rural town. This option provides first-hand teaching experience and allows you to earn a salary sufficient to live on, although you only work on a part-time basis. Prior to the start of your placement, the British Council provides a training weekend in the destination country. In addition, the school you have been assigned to should also guide you in your role as a teacher and help you to find a place to live.

The third option consists of a work placement with an organisation or company in the French-speaking world. The necessary arrangements can be made through personal contacts you may have or by approaching organisations directly. The School can also assist you in finding suitable work placements. In order to ensure that your work placement affords you plenty of opportunity to speak French and provides you with a beneficial experience, such arrangements will require prior approval by the School.

No matter what you choose, the year abroad is a great opportunity for you to improve your understanding of the language, immerse yourself in another culture, and gain international study or work experience. It is also excellent preparation for your final year and gives you a level of self-confidence and maturity that has proven popular with employers.

Any student who undertakes a study placement or a traineeship/work placement in Europe is currently eligible to apply for an Erasmus grant.

Year four

When we welcome you back to Cardiff in your final year, you will continue to develop your language skills, studying 30 credits of language in the final year and a 30 credit French option module, in addition to 60 credits in English Language.

You will have the opportunity to build on the broad base of knowledge and skills you have developed to study an area of research expertise in the School, through taught modules and/or a dissertation. You will also have the opportunity to take part in our very popular teaching module, an accredited module where you will build on study and workshops at the University to undertake a teaching placement at one of our partner schools on the area.

The year four English Language modules are offered in the subject areas in which our staff are currently working, giving you a unique insight into some of the most up-to-date and innovative research and require you to gather and analyse your own data.

The final year dissertation module gives you the option to engage more deeply with a chosen topic area, as well as extending your research and analytical skills.

The University is committed to providing a wide range of module options where possible, but please be aware that whilst every effort is made to offer choice this may be limited in certain circumstances. This is due to the fact that some modules have limited numbers of places available, which are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, while others have minimum student numbers required before they will run, to ensure that an appropriate quality of education can be delivered; some modules require students to have already taken particular subjects, and others are core or required on the programme you are taking. Modules may also be limited due to timetable clashes, and although the University works to minimise disruption to choice, we advise you to seek advice from the relevant School on the module choices available.

Learning and assessment

Mae'r rhan fwyaf o'n modiwlau yn cynnwys cymysgedd o ddarlithoedd, seminarau a dosbarthiadau iaith sy'n eich galluogi i ddatblygu sgiliau cyfathrebu a dadansoddi, ac i ddatblygu meddwl beirniadol mewn amgylchedd cefnogol. Mae addysgu yn cwmpasu’r holl gymwyseddau allweddol, ac yn cael ei wella drwy gynnwys dysgu digidol.

Mae darlithoedd yn darparu trosolwg o gysyniadau a fframweithiau allweddol pwnc, gan eich paratoi chi ar gyfer ymgymryd â gwaith ymchwil annibynnol ar gyfer y seminarau a datblygu eich syniadau eich hunan.

Mae'r seminarau yn rhoi cyfle i chi ymgysylltu â syniadau allweddol yn feirniadol ac archwilio syniadau a amlinellir mewn darlithoedd mewn amgylchedd grŵp bach, fel arfer sy’n cynnwys tua 15 o fyfyrwyr ac arweinydd seminar (aelod o'r tîm addysgu). Gall ffurf y seminarau amrywio, gan gynnwys trafodaeth grŵp sy’n cynnwys pawb, gwaith mewn grwpiau bach a chyflwyniadau sy’n cael eu harwain gan y myfyrwyr.

Caiff dosbarthiadau iaith eu haddysgu mewn grwpiau i wella hyder a dysgu gweithredol. Bydd yr amserlen amrywiol yn cynnwys mynegiant llafar, dealltwriaeth wrth wrando a sgiliau ysgrifennu, a addysgir mewn grwpiau bychain er mwyn gwella hyder a dysgu gweithredol. Mae’r sgiliau cyfathrebu hollbwysig hyn yn cael eu hymarfer a’u datblygu trwy ymarferion gwaith dosbarth a gwaith ysgrifenedig rheolaidd. Mae ein dulliau addysgu yn eich galluogi i ymgysylltu ag amrywiaeth o dechnolegau dysgu iaith. Mae deunyddiau gan gynnwys gwerslyfrau, fideos, ffilmiau, nofelau, ffeiliau sain a gwefannau yn cael eu hategu gan adnoddau ar-lein sy'n ategu gweithgareddau’r ystafell ddosbarth ac yn hyrwyddo a hwyluso dysgu annibynnol. Mae deunyddiau dosbarth yn amrywio o destunau llenyddol a hanesyddol i destunau newyddiadurol cyfoes, gan roi cipolwg eang ar iaith a diwylliant.

Mae astudio’n annibynnol yn rhan allweddol o'ch gwaith dysgu, ac mae ein portffolios dysgu annibynnol wedi cael eu datblygu i ddarparu adnoddau ar-lein i fod o gymorth gyda’ch gwaith dysgu iaith yn annibynnol.

How will I be supported?

Mae ein rhaglen BA mewn Ffrangeg ac Iaith Saesneg yn cael ei haddysgu gan dîm, gyda'r rhaglen yn ei chyfanrwydd yn cael ei goruchwylio gan Gyfarwyddwr Rhaglen y naill Ysgol a’r llall. Byddwch yn cael cymorth gan nifer o staff gwahanol, rhai yn canolbwyntio ar berfformiad academaidd mewn maes penodol a rhai’n rhoi sylw i ddysgu a chynnydd mewn ffordd fwy cyfannol.

Mae gan bob aelod o staff academaidd oriau dynodedig pan fyddant ar gael i gyfarfod â chi i gynnig cyngor ac adborth ar y pynciau maen nhw'n eu haddysgu.

Yn ogystal, bydd tiwtor personol yn cael ei bennu ar eich cyfer, a fydd yn cyfarfod â chi'n rheolaidd i fyfyrio ar eich cynnydd a’ch datblygiad ar draws eich astudiaethau, ac i feddwl am sut i adeiladu ar eich cyflawniadau a hyrwyddo ymhellach. Gall y tiwtor personol hefyd eich cyfeirio chi at gymorth priodol os ydych chi’n cael trafferth.

Tra byddwch chi i ffwrdd o Gaerdydd, bydd Cydlynydd Blwyddyn Dramor yn cael ei neilltuo ar eich cyfer, a fydd yn cadw mewn cysylltiad â chi ac yn monitro eich cynnydd. Efallai y byddwch chi hefyd yn cael ymweliad gan un o’ch darlithwyr a fydd yn awyddus i gael gwybod sut hwyl rydych chi’n ei chael ar bethau.

Mae wythnos datblygu sgiliau bob semester yn caniatáu i chi astudio dan arweiniad ac yn rhoi cyfle i chi ddal i fyny ar waith i’w asesu, darllen ac adolygu. Defnyddir yr wythnosau hyn hefyd gan y staff i ymweld â myfyrwyr ar eu blwyddyn dramor. 

Drwy wefan Dysgu Canolog, byddwch yn gallu cael gafael ar ddeunydd amlgyfrwng perthnasol, cyflwyniadau, taflenni darlithoedd, llyfryddiaethau, dolenni pellach, ymarferion electronig a chylchoedd trafod.

Rydym yn ymfalchïo yn lefel y cyswllt sydd gennym â’n corff myfyrwyr, gan roi'r cyfle i chi leisio eich barn a bod yn bartneriaid ym mhrosesau gwneud penderfyniadau’r Ysgol lle bo’n bosibl. Rydym yn creu arolwg myfyrwyr yn rheolaidd i wneud yn siŵr ein bod bob amser yn gweithio ar sail yr hyn sydd orau ar eich cyfer.   

Mae’r Brifysgol yn cynnig amrywiaeth o wasanaethau sy’n cynnwys y Gwasanaeth Gyrfaoedd, y Gwasanaeth Cwnsela, y Gwasanaeth Anabledd a Dyslecsia, y Gwasanaeth Cymorth i Fyfyrwyr, y Ganolfan Datblygu Sgiliau Academaidd a llyfrgelloedd a chanolfannau adnoddau ardderchog.

Adborth

Rhoddir adborth ar eich gwaith yn aml ac mewn amrywiaeth eang o fformatau, a’i fwriad yw eich helpu chi i nodi cryfderau a gwendidau yn eich dysg, yn ogystal â rhoi arwyddion o sut gallech wella eich perfformiad mewn arholiadau a gwaith cwrs.

Byddwch yn cael adborth cyffredinol mewn perthynas ag arholiadau ar ôl y cyfnod arholiadau a byddwch yn gallu trafod eich perfformiad cyffredinol gyda'ch tiwtor personol fel rhan o gynllun hunan asesu myfyrwyr sy’n cael ei fonitro.

What skills will I practise and develop?

Gwybodaeth a Dealltwriaeth:

Ar ôl cwblhau'r Rhaglen yn llwyddiannus byddwch yn gallu:

  • Y gallu i siarad, ysgrifennu a deall un neu ragor o ieithoedd tramor i lefel uchel o gymhwysedd.
  • Dealltwriaeth ryngddiwylliannol fanwl gan gynnwys gwybodaeth benodol am ddiwylliannau eraill, sy’n gysylltiedig â gallu i lywio a chyfryngu rhwng mwy nag un diwylliant.
  • Y gallu i gyfleu a rhoi enghreifftiau o ymagweddau ysgolheigaidd at ddiffinio beth yw iaith a sut gellir ei hastudio.
  • Gwybodaeth am derminoleg gystrawennol a disgrifiadau yn ogystal ag ymwybyddiaeth o agweddau damcaniaethol ar ymadrodd a strwythur brawddegau.
  • Sut mae seiniau llefaru’n gweithio fel system mewn iaith, ac egluro sut maen nhw’n amrywio mewn modd nad ydyn nhw’n ddamweiniol.
  • Dadansoddi a disgrifio sain, strwythur ac ystyr cymalau Saesneg.
  • Y gallu i ddatrys tasgau dadansoddi haniaethol.
  • Patrymau adeiladu geiriau a dangos sut gellir casglu cysondebau.
  • Cyfathrebu a dealltwriaeth o ystyr geiriau a beth yw ystyr.

Sgiliau Deallusol:

Ar ôl cwblhau'r Rhaglen yn llwyddiannus byddwch yn gallu:

  • meddu ar sgiliau ieithyddol uwch, yn ogystal â gwerthfawrogiad eang o ddiwylliant, llenyddiaeth a hanes Ffrainc a gwledydd lle siaredir Ffrangeg
  • Y gallu i gyfathrebu'n glir, yn gryno ac yn argyhoeddiadol yn ysgrifenedig ac ar lafar, yn Saesneg a Ffrangeg.
  • Gwybodaeth a defnyddio'r derminoleg briodol wrth siarad ac ysgrifennu.
  • Dadl feirniadol sy'n ymateb i gonfensiynau penodol y genre.
  • Sgiliau ymchwil i gynllunio ac ysgrifennu traethawd academaidd, gan ddefnyddio’r confensiynau cyfeirio priodol.
  • Gwerthusiad beirniadol o syniadau a dadleuon a’r gallu i gyflwyno gwybodaeth a syniadau yn glir ac yn gydlynol yn ysgrifenedig (sgiliau ysgrifennu traethawd) ac ar lafar.

Sgiliau Ymarferol Proffesiynol:

Ar ôl cwblhau'r Rhaglen yn llwyddiannus byddwch yn gallu:

  • Defnyddio amrywiaeth o raglenni TG a'r cyfryngau digidol, lle bo'n briodol.
  • Dangos gwydnwch ac annibyniaeth drwy'r amser a dreulir mewn cyd-destunau trochi iaith dramor.
  • Dangos sgiliau cyfathrebu a meddwl yn feirniadol.
  • Gweithio yn unol â therfynau amser a blaenoriaethau, a rheoli amrywiaeth o dasgau ar yr un pryd.
  • Gweithio fel rhan o dîm, gan ddatblygu dull cydweithredol o ddatrys problemau.

Sgiliau Trosglwyddadwy/Allweddol:

Ar ôl cwblhau'r Rhaglen yn llwyddiannus byddwch yn gallu:

  • deall pynciau cymhleth yn hyderus.
  • Y gallu i ddadansoddi testunau cymhleth.
  • Y gallu i ddehongli a defnyddio data perthnasol.
  • Sgiliau ymchwil ymarferol.
  • Atebion llawn dychymyg eich hun yn seiliedig ar dystiolaeth.
  • Dysgu yn sgil beirniadaeth adeiladol ac ymgorffori ei mewnwelediadau.
  • Cymryd cyfrifoldeb am eich rhaglen ddysgu a’ch datblygiad proffesiynol eich hun.
  • Sgiliau beirniadol (rhesymu, gwerthuso tystiolaeth, datrys problemau, cysylltu theori ac ymarfer).
  • Creadigrwydd a meddwl yn arloesol.
  • Sgiliau arweinyddiaeth, gwaith tîm a hunan-reoli.
  • Nodi, cofnodi a chyfleu eich cyraeddiadau gyrfa perthnasol.

Careers and placements

Career prospects

School of Modern Languages

In 2015/16, 94% of the School’s graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduating.

Many graduates enjoy their year overseas so much that they take time out for more travel, or go abroad on graduation in search of employment.

Of those who choose to remain in the UK, many pursue postgraduate studies such as one of the School’s Postgraduate Taught degrees or a PGCE. Others start work immediately following their graduation, and our graduates go on to secure excellent careers in international diplomacy, the Civil Service, teaching, business and journalism. Other employment options include roles as translators, language assistants, export assistants and proof-readers.

School of English, Communication and Philosophy

In 2015/16, 95% of the School’s graduates who were available for work reported they were in employment and/or further study within six months of graduating.

Degrees in English language combine the best of humanities skills (flexibility, communication, critique) and social science skills (technical analysis and systematic method). Common destinations include primary and secondary school teaching, teaching English as a foreign language, (digital) journalism, marketing and public relations, sales and advertising, the civil service and public administration.

Placements

Os oes gennych chi ddiddordeb mewn addysgu, mae’n bosibl y gallech chi gwblhau interniaeth yn addysgu iaith mewn ysgol uwchradd yn y Deyrnas Unedig yn eich blwyddyn olaf.

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