The global pandemic and subsequent quarantine measures and restrictions have posed an array of challenges to the structure and procedure of education workflow. Foreign Languages Acquisition and Linguistic Education assessment are fundamentally interdisciplinary processes, informed by the nature of linguistic content and types of communicative and professional activities. Cross-sectorial factors of societal change, that provide the backdrop for an interdisciplinary skillset critical transformation, crucial for the COVID-19 emergency educational framework, are considered. The study is based on identification of various interdisciplinary competency principles, derivative of 21st century skills for university staff members and projected digital literacy requirements. It is determined how in the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown all elements of the Final Qualification Assessment at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine, for European and Oriental Languages programs have been relegated to the digital, remote or hybrid format with the use of ICT tools and skills that comprise an interdisciplinary realm of Foreign Languages acquisition and assessment. Every step of the procedure adaptation to digital format required accelerated development of interdisciplinary skills of all participants and officials and cross-sectorial activities, otherwise not carried out through assessment of Foreign Languages programs.