In an increasingly globalized market, strengthening your language skills will give you a clear advantage in your job access and professional development. Because of this, you will take a good part of the credits of the study plan in English.
During the program you will have many opportunities to consolidate the language. In all subjects, much of the bibliography is in the English language. In addition, by studying all the subjects offered in English, and taking into account the international stay, you can take approximately 50% of the credits of the degree in this language.
- For access to the first year: B2 level is required to access to the first year.
- Before graduating: students must demonstrate a C1 level with a pass in the Cambridge University Certificate of Advanced English, or a similar qualification, if they are to avoid the department’s internal test.