The aim of the French language course is to provide the student with the language skills of level B2, in accordance with the parameters defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Foreign Languages LIMITED TO the number of credits (6) and the consequent number of hours of frontal lessons available. Thus, the B2 level will be achieved in the following abilities: reading comprehension and listening comprehension, as well as an oral performance of the contents learned. Therefore, the aim of the course consists on developing comprehension skills of the issues related to business economics realia (authentic material) and oral production on topics about both economic contest and university life. At the end of the course, the student must be able to expose the contents studied in class with fluency and accuracy, as well as with correctness in phonetics, morpho-syntactic and lexical structures. The expected final results are defined starting from the parameters indicated by the five Dublin descriptors and adopted on the basis of the indications provided by the CEFR for the B2 level. Knowledge and ability to understand. At the end of the course, the student is expected to acquire good knowledge related to the French thematic and linguistic field of the course and develop the ability to understand authentic written and oral documents of a certain length taken from newspapers, television broadcasts, networked materials. etc. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: Thanks to the didactic activities carried out during the course the student must be able to apply the knowledge and the comprehension skills acquired and to manage the communication in a clear and accurate language to transmit and expose the contents both in a written and oral form. Autonomy of judgment: At the end of the course, the student must demonstrate that he has developed critical thinking that enable him/her to analyse authentic documents concerning the contents learnt, to explain the concepts that have emerged and to express his point of view. Communication skills: At the end of the course the student will have to acquire the communication skills defined by the CEFR for the B2 level, that is to know how to understand detailed written texts and oral discourses related to concrete or abstract subjects and clarified in the areas in the contents. Learning ability: At the end of the learning path, the student will be able to develop his / her own study method to understand the contents covered during the course and to evaluate his / her own level of learning in relation to the objectives set for level B2.