Academic programs

Licence LLCER - English

General information

Prerequisites for enrolment
Admission conditions
Length of studies
6 semesters
Campus Hannah Arendt
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Cost and financial aid
Initial training  
Continuous training (employees, jobseekers, self-employed)
Accessible as
Teaching languages
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Licence degree in Arts, Literature and Languages, majoring in Foreign and Regional Languages, Literature and Civilizations (LLCER)
Type of course: English


  • To be the preferred springboard for students wishing to enter secondary education, via the teaching competition
  • To respond to the demand of many students who are not primarily destined for the secondary school recruitment exams by means of optional content courses
  • To increase the conditions of success for undergraduate students by encouraging a choice of accession, via a real choice of adapted courses, and bridges at different levels
  • To address the most varied aspects of the culture of the English-speaking world
  • To identify new areas of research in civilisation, literature and the history of the language of English-speaking countries for the Master's degree

The Arts course of the LLCE English Licence is strictly reserved for students of the Conservatoire. They must register at the University in addition to their registration at the Conservatoire.


The programme is accompanied by a series of measures to encourage students to go abroad: supervision and monitoring of ERASMUS students, organisation and supervision of assistants in Great Britain and Ireland, readers in the United States (Fulbright programme), exchange agreement with the University of Waikato (New Zealand), agreement with Macalester College (St Paul, Minnesota), Maryville College (Tennessee), Assumption College in Worcester (Massachusetts) and Portland State University (Oregon).

Erasmus training area
09.1 Languages of the EC


Institution partnerships

Conservatoire du Grand Avignon (Arts course)


Prerequisites for enrolment : Bac

Required former training


Public report of the Parcoursup Vectors Examination Commission available here in PDF format.

Recommended educational background(s)
literary training

Admission conditions

There is a commission for the validation of prior learning and an equivalence commission for holders of foreign diplomas, or people wishing to resume their studies.


Admission procedures

For foreign students, or for a resumption of studies: meet with the Student Affairs Department to request a form for validation of studies or a request for equivalence of diplomas.

At Avignon University, the pre-registration and registration procedures are done online on the website, consult the "Registration" section.

Please note: some courses are only accessible after one or more stages of pre-selection and/or selection. Therefore, before registering, you must meet all the conditions for admission.

Year of highschool graduation
Bac + 3
Level of education obtained after completion
Niveau III

Targeted skill(s)

Acquisition of a culture in the English-speaking world (literature, history, civilization, language) coupled with a technical culture: translation skills (English-French; French-English), linguistics, phonetics.

Targeted skills according to the student's professional project: preparation for the secondary school competitive examination.

Career Opportunities

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Sector(s) of activity

education - training
social sciences

Functions and professions

Book and cultural professions (journalism, publishing),
*Translators and interpreters
*Teaching (primary and secondary)
*Art professions at the international level (arts course)

Further studies

Master's degree "Identities of English-speaking Cultures", with three courses:

  • a "Training-Teaching" course with a professional vocation (with preparation for the CAPES in English)
  • a "Research" course
  • a professional course, specialising in "Literary Translation".
PhD in English Studies (Literature, Civilization or English Linguistics)
Translation school competitions (level required: Licence)
ESPE (school teacher)



Teaching campuses
Hannah Arendt Campus

Geographic location
Hannah Arendt Campus, Sainte Marthe site

Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse / UFR Arts Lettres et Langues
74 rue Louis Pasteur Case 17
84029 AVIGNON Cedex 1

Director of studies

Responsible for the Licence's degree course: Laurence Belingard
Co-responsible for the Licence's degree course: Elsa Cavalié
Co-responsible for L1-L2 pedagogy: Alain Servel
Directors of studies: Emilie Bonnet, Laetitia Rech, Jean-Luc Tendil
Responsible for erasmus (outgoing / incoming): Georges Skurtis

Registrar office contact details


+33 (0)4 90 16 26 69

Date of update June 25, 2021