Delhi University admissions are in full-swing and the students and for those enrolling in an undergraduate course at the university either have an option to take up a language course in their college after classes or attempt a full-time degree course in a foreign language.
The students interested in studying the non-conventional courses can apply to the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies in DU which offers the following courses: a three-years undergraduate programme in French, German, Italian and Spanish; post graduate courses in French, German, Hispanic and Italian Studies, certificate courses, diploma courses, advanced diploma courses and MPhil and PhD besides a few part time courses.
The university officials have also put forward a proposal to introduce the course of interpretation that will become a part of the language course in the final year.
At the department of Slavonic and Finno-Ugrian Studies, you can take up diploma, certificate, advanced diploma, MA, MPhil and Ph.D courses in languages such as Russian, Bulgarian, Polish and Serbian.
St Stephen’s School of Languages offers the students Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses in French, Spanish and German for the students of Delhi University and general public, as well.
The students who choose the languages as a part-time course will not be entitled to college library facilities, hostel accommodation or any other facility open to regular students of colleges.
These are the major colleges in Delhi University, providing a course in foreign languages:
- St. Stephens
- Ramjas College
- .Khalsa College
- Miranda House
- Daulat Ram College
- College of Vocational Studies
- Sri Venkateswara College