The School of Foreign Languages provides Adana Science and Technology University’s (Adana STU) students with international standardized education through coordinating its three different departments (Department of Basic English, Department of Modern Languages, and Department of Translation and Interpreting) and monitoring studies in these departments. 

School of Foreign Languages enables students to develop their verbal and written skills needed to follow the lectures in their departments, reach and use various sources in their academic fields effectively, exchange information, and use the language in their future academic, professional and social lives efficiently. The strategic standards we follow:

Applications of Learning: Applications of Learning enable  students to  display and deepen their understanding of basic knowledge and skills. These applied learning skills cross academic disciplines and boost the learning of the disciplines. The ability to use these skills will greatly influence students' life long success.

Survival Strategies: Learning a foreign language needs to develop strategies for dealing with various types of problem solving, technical skills and interpersonal exchanges across and among cultures. Knowledge of other cultures and world issues aids students manage their communication about the problems they endeavor to solve.

Communication: The four basic skills essential for oral and written communication are enhanced by the comprehension of non-verbal gestures, cultural symbols, global trends, and local traditions and contexts.

Use of Technology:Students gain the habit of using appropriate instruments, electronic equipment, computers and networks to access information, process ideas and communicate results. The use of technology in the foreign language curriculum adds a powerful tool for lifelong learning.

Team Work: Students learn and contribute productively as individuals and as members of groups. Group learning activities at the core of foreign language learning are one component of actual communication in the target language. Group learning activities also reflect contexts and processes outside the classroom.

Knowledge Transfer: Studentsrecognize and apply connections of important information and ideas within and among learning areas. Students use the target language to explore issues and themes to go beyond certain disciplinary lines.