Policy on Second Languages in European Studies
The Second Language learning is based on the Europass Language Passport. This document’s objective is to make your skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood in Europe. The Europass Language Passport is a standardised template for presenting your language skills, using the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Its objective is to help citizens communicate their skills and qualifications effectively when looking for a job or training; help education and training authorities define and communicate the content of curricula.
For official assessment and certification of your language level (DELF, DELE, EOSD, DAF), please, contact a language assessment centers.
- Therefore, students will take a written translation Internship, which is 3 credit course;
- At the end of Major program, students take a written state examination in European Studies at the second language.
Thus, over the course students have 18 + 30 + 3 = 51 credits for the second language that meets the requirements of the Major program and Minor, at the same time, related to the level B2 of the European Language Passport (ELP).
Taking into account the intensity of the program to study a second language, European Studies Department awards students with an AUCA Certificate of the knowledge of a second language if they achieve following requirements:
GPA: not less than 3.0
Courses and State Exam grade is not less than B-