There will be formal recognised external exams at the end of the course for all levels.
By the end of the level, students will be able to:
Beginner Level (A1/Entry Level 1)
Use everyday expressions and phrases for practical needs, ask and answer questions about personal details, understand short texts and write simple phrases and sentences in documents such as forms.
Elementary (A2/Entry Level 2)
Understand sentences and common expressions, be able to exchange information, obtain information from short documents and familiar sources and write to communicate.
Pre-Intermediate (B1/Entry Level 3)
Understand main points of clear communication, express information, feelings and opinions, engage in discussions and debates, produce a simple connected text, and describe experiences, events, hopes & ambitions.
Intermediate (B2/Level 1)
Understand main ideas of complex communication, interact with a degree of fluency, engage in discussion, and communicate in detail, appropriate to the people involved.
Upper Intermediate (C1/Level 2)
Understand demanding texts and recognise implicit meaning, use language fluently and spontaneously, engage in discussion making clear and effective contributions, produce well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, communicate ideas and opinions effectively.