EligibilityTo pursue a career in foreign language one can opt for any of the Certificate course, Diploma course and Degree courses. Some institutes offer both basic and advanced level courses such as postgraduate and PhD. However the eligibility criteria vary for different countries.
There is a program called Language Preparation Programme, the purpose of which is to prepare students in French, German and Korean language for the Student Exchange Programme (SEP) to Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland and South Korea. LPP allows selected students to be given priority in learning French, German or Korean through courses conducted by various Centre for Language Studies, which are preparing for SEP in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland or South Korea.
LPP is open to first year students who are prepared to go on the Student Exchange Programme (SEP) to Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland and South Korea in their 2nd or 3rd year. Due to faculty restrictions, students enrolled in Law, Pharmacy, Dentistry and Medicine are not eligible to participate in LPP. If you have prior knowledge of French/ German/Korean, then you are not eligible for LPP. Instead, you can sit for the Placement Test at the Centre for Language Studies to determine your level of proficiency so that a suitable module can be assigned to you. Either way, whether you are in LPP or not, you are still eligible for SEP to Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland and South Korean.
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