How many of you remember singing songs like ‘Old MacDonald Had A Farm’ in school?
As today’s economy becomes more globalised, it makes sense to be fluent in two or more languages. The reason for this is simple: one of the many 21st century skills that an employable graduate is expected to have is “communication”. The best way to showcase that is to be multilingual (or at least bilingual!) in order to remain competitive in the job market, open up new opportunities and cross cultural borders.