On the ISIT website (link) says that applicants must have spent "at least one year in a country where their B or C language is spoken".
I have already emailed ISIT to no avail. Can anyone confirm whether this means 12 months abroad in total (ie 12 months in Germany but no time in France, or 6 months in each) or 12 months for each B/C language (eg 12 months in Germany AND 12 months in France).
(Replies welcome in English, French or German... or any language I can use Google Translate with!)
Just got an email back from admissions at ISIT.
"You have to have spent 12 months in a French, German OR Russian speaking country, but not 12 months in each."
That answers that question, then!
answered 01 Dec '14, 07:31
It means a minimum of 12 months for each B/C language.
answered 30 Nov '14, 08:42
Let me just remind you that you need to have completed your 12 months spent abroad when you wish to register online for the admission exams in January or February. I asked them about their admission acquirements and this is the answer I got:
answered 01 Dec '14, 19:39