DPSI languages list

DPSI Languages List

The following languages have been offered in the Diploma in Public Service Interpreting exams to date (paired with English) and in some or all of the available pathways. Please note that no guarantee is given that a particular language or pathway will be set for future exam sessions. Availability is dependent on the number of candidates registering for a specific language/pathway combination in any given year.

 

Albanian

Lithuanian

Amharic

Macedonian

Arabic (MSA)

Mandarin (Traditional or Simplified Script)

Armenian (Eastern)

Panjabi (Indian)

Armenian (Western)

Panjabi (Pakistani)/written Urdu

Bengali

Pashto

Bengali (Sylheti oral)

Polish

Bulgarian

Portuguese (Brazilian)

Cantonese (Traditional or Simplified Script)

Portuguese (European)

Croatian

Romanian

Czech

Russian

Dari

Serbian

Dutch

Slovak

Estonian

Slovene

Farsi

Somali

French

Spanish

German

Swahili

Greek

Tamil

Gujarati

Thai

Hindi

Tigrinya

Hungarian

Turkish

Italian

Ukrainian

Jamaican

Urdu

Japanese

Urdu (Mirpuri oral)

Korean

Vietnamese 

Kurdish (Sorani)

 

Latvian

 

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For more details please see the list below for language/pathway combinations that often attract low entry figures and therefore may be subject to a supplementary fee.

DPSI Low Demand Languages

 

Low Entries for All Pathways:

Amharic

Armenian (Eastern & Western)

Bulgarian

Cantonese (Traditional or Simplified Script)

Croatian

Dutch

Estonian

German

Greek

Gujarati

Hindi

Jamaican

Japanese

Korean

Latvian

Mandarin (Traditional Script)

Panjabi (Pakistani)

Serbian (Cyrillic Script)

Swahili

Thai

Tigrinya

Vietnamese

Urdu (Mirpuri oral)

Low Entries for Health & Local Government:

Albanian

Bengali & Bengali (Sylheti Oral)

Czech

Dari

Farsi

Hungarian

Kurdish (Sorani)

Lithuanian

Panjabi (Indian)

Pashto

Portuguese (Brazilian)

Portuguese (European)

Romanian

Slovak

Spanish

Tamil

Turkish

Urdu

 

Low Entries for Local Government:

French

Italian

Mandarin

Russian