In order to be admitted to the three-year degree course in Modern Foreign Languages and Civilisation, one must possess the qualifications required by current legislation.
An adequate basic preparation is required, consisting of language skills and cultural knowledge usually acquired in high schools and upper secondary schools. This basic preparation will be tested in the manner specified in the study course's didactic regulations. Any training debts resulting from deficiencies in basic preparation will be filled in accordance with the instructions on the 'non-selective test' page.
The recognition of any equivalence of qualifications obtained abroad is determined by the laws in force.