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Official language exams

Official language exams are internationally recognised and provide you with an additional asset for your future. Most schools offer courses which finish off with official language exams.

If you choose to sit an official exam, it is necessary to know that the courses start on precise dates and have a set duration. It is also possible to take general language courses before beginning a course which leads to one of these official language exams.

There is an ever-increasing choice of language levels available and the exams are not only for the languages of the West, but also for the Slavic, Asian and Arabic languages.
The exams offered by language schools are internationally recognised. This recognition is obtained thanks to the renown of the exams themselves, but also thanks to the accreditation of quality-control institutions for schools, exams and teaching.

AAIEP - American Association of Intensive English Program

ACCET - The Accrediting Commission of the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training

ACPET - Australian Council for Private Education and Training

ALTE - Association of Language Testers in Europe

ALTO - Association of Language Travel Organisations

ASILS - Associazione Scuole d'Italiano come Lingua Seconda

BAC - The Brittish Accreditation Council

British Council

CAPLS/ACELP - Canadian Association of Private Language Schools

CEELE - Calidad en la Enseñanza del Español como langua Extranjera

EAQUALS - The European Association for Quality Language Services

ELICOS - English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students

ELTASA - English Association for Quality Language Services

English UK

English New Zealand

FaDaf - Fachverband Deutsch als Fremdsprache

FELTOM - Federation of English Language Teaching Organizations

FIYTO - Federation of International Youth Travel Organizations

International House

MEI-Relsa

NEAS - The National ELT Accreditation Scheme

Quality English