The present-day ever-advancing development in communication technologies has resulted in a close-knit global community. However, these advances in communication have also resulted in new and challenging security issues. Communication is the prior means in the perpetration of crime both domestic and international, and is also the main tool of cooperation in effectively combating it.
The College of Languages was established in 2003 in order to provide security personnel with the necessary linguistic skills to achieve this. Equally, these skills are also aimed at facilitating international cooperation between government and security agencies in crime prevention and the successful exchange of ideas, experience and information. This cooperation is a central theme throughout all levels of the university, and the learning of foreign languages and cultures is used to achieve this.
Specialist instructors in linguistics, translation and the teaching of foreign languages give the college a wide range of linguistic expertise.