Foreign Languages as Elective Courses
For more information about the CLIC language program please see My Campus (LSF).
With the exception of English, not every language is offered as a beginners' course each semester. Please have a look at My Campus (LSF) to find out in which terms your preferred course is offered.
We highly recommend to allow for at least three to four semesters for learning a new language. Skills on levels A2 to B1 (according to CEFR) are generally needed to communicate reasonably and effectively in a foreign language.
If you already have skills in a certain language (e.g. 4-5 years of French/Italian/Spanish at school), it is possible to start on a higher course level. To find the adequate course respectively level, please read the course descriptions in LSF or ask CLIC for help. If you aren't sure about your current level, you can take a quick placement test here. Some Language Publishers also provide online placement tests for free.
For more information about the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and its implementation at RWU, please click here.