utility and usability
Students who obtain the Ellinomatheia Certification are recognized worldwide for their greek language qualifications, which can be used to study in universities in Greece, Europe and the USA.
Furthermore, the Certificate of Attainment in Greek:
• provides any user of Greek with an expert and objective opinion regarding the level of their knowledge and language skills
• serves as proof of the successful candidate's level of attainment in Greek in the work market
• is a requirement for the practice of various professions in Greece
• allows citizens of European Union member states to participate in the examination of the Supreme Council of Personnel Selection (ΑΣΕΠ) for civil service positions (The Supreme Council specifies the required level of certificate in every announcement)
• at Level B2 allows foreigners to register at a Greek institution of higher education, in case they do not have a Greek secondary education certificate.
• at Level C2 allows citizens of European Union member states to prove complete knowledge and fluent use of the Greek language and thus be employed in a Greek institution of higher education.
Structure & Content
The skills examined at levels A1, A2 and B1 are four: 1) reading, 2) listening 3) writing and 4) speaking. The skills examined at levels B2, C1 and C2 are five: 1) listening, 2) reading, 3) use of Greek 4) writing and 5) speaking.
The language – whether in dialogue or text form, formal or informal – on which candidates are examined is authentic or as authentic as possible. Texts reflect a wide variety of interests. Test items are close to realistic situations, to which candidates have to respond in the same way in which they would respond in everyday situations, using the target language. Thus, the listening examination includes recorded dialogues or monologues and the reading examination contains authentic texts – possibly slightly revised if necessary.Speaking and writing are either guided or free depending on the level. The speaking examination involves two candidates to be assessed by two assessors; candidates have to respond to everyday situations, participating in role-play for the initial levels or in conversation for the more advanced levels, arguing or expressing personal views on particular topics.
A1 (for children 8-12) : Tuesday, May 23rd - Morning
A1 (for adolescents & adults) : Tuesday, May 23rd - Morning
A2 : Tuesday, May 23rd - Midday
B1: Thursday, May 25th - Morning
B2: Wednesday, May 24th - Morning
C1: Wednesday, May 24th - Afternoon
C2: Thursday, May 25th - Afternoon
Registration : February, 1st 2023 - March, 20th 2023