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English International Ed. (Alevels) to a local Swiss University?

Ok, I am planning on taking the course 'les lettres anglaises' in UniGE. The course is in English, and we it's basically a mixture between creative writing and literary theory.

My question is: will I need to learn latin in order to go to the University? Also, will I be considered as an international student regardless of the fact that I speak fluent French and have lived in Geneva for the past 6 years?

I have considered my options thoroughly and deemed this as the best, mainly because of some money issues.

Thank you!
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