Qualifying tests for the Master's in Language and Intercultural communication programme
The language certificates in the list are internationally recognized as qualifying tests for the Master's in Language and Intercultural communication programme. The levels of language proficiency given are the levels required for the programme. When applying to the programme, the language certificate results should not be older than seven years.
The skill levels referred to are taken from CEFR, The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, established by the Council of Europe. CEFR defines six general skill levels for language proficiency: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2, from beginner to advanced language user. For each level there are detailed criteria pertaining to the language user’s ability with regard to listening comprehension, reading comprehension, oral interaction, oral production and writing skills.
- CIMA, Certificat International de Maîtrise en Arabe: https://www.imarabe.org/en/node/7877
Oral proficiency: A2
Reading comprehension and writing skills: B1
Listening comprehension: A2
- Reading comprehension and writing skills, Hanyu shuiping kaoshi (HSK) http://www.chinesetest.cn; Oral proficiency, HSKK intermediate
Reading comprehension and writing skills, Hanyu shuiping kaoshi (HSK), level 4, HSK4.
Oral proficiency, HSKK intermediate
- TOEFL iBT, total score of 95, no section below 22
- IELTS, an overall mark of 7.0, no section below 6,5
- Cambridge certificate, C1 Advanced, minimum score 180
- TCF with more than 400 points
- Zertifikat Deutsch (ZD)
Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)/Nihongo Noryoku Shiken
- DELE, SCIELE: https://cursosinternacionales.usal.es/es/%C2%BFcu%C3%A1l-es-la-diferencia-entre-siele-y-dele
- CELU: http://www.uba.ar/celu/contenido.php?id=1&s=68