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To certify French competences of the foreign candidates, new students need either C1 or C2 level of language competece. These diplomas are delivered by the French National Education board to certify French competences of the foreign candidates. In other words, if you posesse already one of these diplomas, you are exempt from taking language tests for entrance into French universities. (info source link: http://goo.gl/7moL2N)

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Whether you need C1 or C2 is different for different universities and/or subjects. One of the Paris regional universities, the University of Cergy-Pontoise, states very clearly for their new students, the new students require:
•    B2 level for the faculty of Sciences and Technology and the faculty of Languages,
•    C1 level for the faculty of Economics, Management & Finance and for the Law School
•    C2 level for the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
(info source link: https://goo.gl/vvwXwT)
asked Mar 26, 2016 in Information & Offers by Yabchen (330 points)
Thanks for the information Yabchen!  Are these general requirements for international applicants, or are the requirements different for refugees applying?
The one I posted above is for international students in France... most European countries would have similar requirements (because B1, B2, C1, C2 are European level measuring tools)... countries outside the EU might have different requirements... but first check the requirement of the country that you are living in.
For detailed official informations about higher education see http://www.enic-naric.net/higher-education-institution.aspx

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Hi,

For official informations about higher education in Germany see:
University studies: information for refugees: http://bit.ly/1Sv162V

Regards, Jan
answered Apr 28, 2016 by Jan (59,810 points)
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