Launch of the first language programmes

In 1921, Handelshøjskolen introduces language programmes in German, English and French.

The new language programme in German, English and French is three years in duration and provides the option of obtaining a degree as State-Authorised Translator and Interpreter through an examination at the National Translator Commission.

A less demanding two-year language programme is launched in 1923 with the option of obtaining a degree as a Trilingual Commercial Correspondent.