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Learning a region’s local language while pursuing your education

Four most lucrative languages around the world

University is meant to expand your horizons in every possible way - and one aspect of this is the chance to learn a language. In today’s globalized world, having a second or third language can prove to be very fruitful for students. The most important thing is to consider what you want to gain out of learning the language and how useful it will be to you. Language should not be a barrier; rather, it must become an enabler in order for education to not only be accessible but also in a manner that all can comprehend.



Here are 4 languages one should learn while pursuing a degree abroad


1) Mandarin / Chinese language

Mandarin/Chinese language is considered as one of the important languages to enhance business prospects across the globe especially because of its dominating presence in the global business landscape.


2) Spanish

Spanish is the official language of over 21 countries spoken by over 530,000,000 speakers across the world and is the second most commonly spoken language after Mandarin/Chinese. Further, many Spanish companies are rapidly increasing their presence in our country in various industries like travel and tourism, translation, interpretation, teaching, and international business and communications.


3) Portuguese

Spoken by approximately 230 million people, Portuguese is the sixth most widely spoken language in the world. Portuguese is well ahead of German, French, and Italian in popularity and is the official language of eight countries. However, due to the growing relationship between India and Brazil, the demand for the Portuguese language is growing phenomenally. In fact, there’s a swelling demand for Portuguese Language Experts in various sectors such as accounts, technology, technical support, finance, exports, tourism, and education. So, students can definitely opt for it.


4) German

German is the third most popular foreign language taught worldwide and the second most popular in Europe and Japan, after English. Germany has between 89 to 110 million native speakers. German companies account for 700,000 jobs in the United States and for those aspiring for employment in the United States, learning German can give you great job offers.


While most languages will give you an upper edge, when it comes to communicating with the locals and developing a sense of belongingness in the region where you are pursuing your degree, these languages will help you stay ahead of the crowd and also increase your chances of getting a job in big MNCs or on foreign lands.


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