Language course opens door to German universities, jobsThe Korea Herald.
At the ceremony, 72 students received certificates for completing the DSD 1 and DSD 2 programmes, shortened names for the German Language Certificate of the Education Ministers Conference. By earning these credentials, they are recognised as having the necessary competence to study at German universities or work at Germany-related organisations worldwide. Established in 1973, there are now more than 51,000 students across 1,000 accredited schools in over 65 countries who take the exams each year.
“Our bilateral economic cooperation is strong and growing, and those who speak both languages and understand both cultures will be increasingly sought by companies, institutes and schools,” said German Ambassador Rolf Mafael in a speech. “The German language has become increasingly popular around the world, with 15.5 million learners. Lately, the biggest enrolment is happening in China and India.”
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