Admission in Foreign Languages
Gone are the days when people were satisfied with just learning English to communicate with the outside world. Today, many people especially youngsters have started learning foreign languages, not only to improve their communication skills, but also to widen their career prospects. With Indian companies emerging as global players and Indian market being eyed by multinational companies, it becomes essential that there is no dearth of professionals who can overcome language barriers and facilitate smooth communication for proper business transactions.
Foreign language experts with a good understanding of cultures are in great demand in the corporate world. The scope of foreign languages as career is stupendous and candidates keen to discover it have multitude of job opportunities in various multinational companies and multilateral organizations. Moreover, language skills are essential trait in most professions and help in the advancement of career.
Career in a foreign language is not only attractive in terms of fulfilling the innate passion to know culture and people but also earns you handsome salary. Knowing one foreign language alongside English adds significant value to career prospects. However, be ready to put in a lot of effort as learning a language is a meticulous task and requires high levels of concentration and a lot of hard work.
Academic qualification and proficiency in foreign languages opens the gate for career in sectors such as tourism, embassies, diplomatic service, entertainment, public relations and mass communication, international organizations, publishing, interpretation and translation, etc. Additionally, various multinational corporate bodies require candidates possessing excellent language skills in French, German, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, Portuguese, etc. Some new avenues such as online content writers, technical translators or decoders too have come up in a big way. International organizations such as the United Nations Organization (UNO), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and various Indian national organizations such as Ministry of External Affairs, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), etc too require professionals who have specialization in foreign languages.
Market for professional experts in foreign languages, particularly in European languages is expected to widen up in couple of decades. There would be a requirement of more than 1,60,000 foreign language professionals in various BPO, IT and KPO processes in India. Moreover, there is a strong requirement for skilled foreign language professionals who can effectively work in language-sensitive processes outsourced to India by companies located in the European countries.
We have tie-ups with many foreign language institutes who can arrange admissions in foreign language institutes across the country.