Language competencies are the heart of a true European identity.
Survey data from 2019 suggests that, within the SEA-EU Alliance, some 93% of students have at least basic (Level A1) skills in English; while 43% of students admit some knowledge of Spanish, French and German. These languages can all be studied at the universities of the Alliance. However, so far Polish and Croatian language courses are not yet offered throughout the consortium. All universities of the SEA-EU Alliance offer specialised local language classes, appealing to different levels of competence and different audiences.
We focus on increasing the opportunities offered to SEA-EU students and staff to develop their language competence.
We offer a number of ways to encourage SEA-EU students and staff to learn a language that is native within the Alliance and focus on national languages: Croatian, French, German, Maltese, Polish, and Spanish, as well as English.