Students who are willing to participate in the Double Degree Programme must give proof of their language skills, for each selected destination, by taking our international language tests and/or by showing their International Language Certificates.
Have you got an International Certificate? Please check if it can be recognised by UCSC!
If you have got an International Certificate, that is to say a Certificate issued by one of the following certifiers:
Ministère Français del'Éducation Nationale Enseignement Supérieur Recherche (DELF);
Cambridge English Language Assessment (BEC - PET - FCE - CAE)
British Council - IDP (IELTS)
ETS (TOEFL IBT)
Instituto Cervantes (DELE)
Goethe- Institut Inter Nationes - Österreichisches Sprachdiplom Deutsch (ZD)
You can show the Certificate, both the original and a photocopy, to the teacher on the day of the test.
If you are unable to hand in the document on the day of the test, you should contact email@example.com, within the day of the test, indicating your personal data in order to schedule an appointment for the presentation of the documents (we will not accept non original documents).
Have you already shown your International Certificate to the SeLdA Office in September?
Students who have already handed in their International Certificate to the SeLdA office for the recognition of our English / French / Spanish and/or German base courses can ask for the recognition of the aforementioned Certificate without showing it to the office again.
Have you got an International Language Certificate but have not received the original document yet?
Students with an International Language Certificate who know the final mark but have not received the original document yet can give their username and password to the professor, in order to allow him/her to view the final mark on the web.
Have you got a High School Diploma in a foreign Language?
Students with a High School Diploma in a foreign language must take the language test, in order to be examined according to the A1 – C2 scale of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.