No! The majority of our programs offer English as the language of instruction and have no foreign language requirement. Look at the program to see if the courses (department or “faculty”) teach in English or the host language. Departments, like business or health sciences, tend to teach programs in English, even to local students. You will also have the assistance of faculty or an international office at their host institution to facilitate any administrative tasks, such as getting a phone, setting up a bank account, etc. For students looking to challenge themselves and improve their language skills, there are also immersive programs.
And you don’t have to go to a specific country just because you are studying that language – for example, you could take Spanish language courses at a university in Finland, or take French language courses at a university in Thailand!