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Third-language accreditation

Under the Regulations for students’ participation in international mobility programmes during their bachelor's and/or master’s degree studies, bachelor’s and master's degree students at the University of Girona who wish to take part in international mobility programmes must have a B2.1 accreditation for one of the three languages included in the Parla 3 programme (English, French, German and Italian), except where the language of instruction at the host destination is Spanish. Accreditations of students’ language levels must figure in their respective Personal Reports in the UdG's Academic-Information System.

When students apply for places, these third-language accreditations must appear in their respective academic records.

How to have a third-language accreditation entered in an academic record:

All mobility places have at least one and at most two associated languages, depending on the language the student will have to study or work in. It will be up to the person responsible for the place at the UdG to decide on the associated language and its required level, which, in the case of English, may not be below the level required for obtaining the bachelor's degree (currently B2.1). As for other languages, the established minimum required is the A2 level, apart from French, which is B1. Even so, where higher, the level required by the host institution will prevail. This information will be provided by the External Relations Office and explained in place offers.

Minimum levels required in general:

  • English: B2.1
  • French: B1
  • German: A2
  • Other languages: A2

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us.

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