The Language Centre is not an examination board and does not issue certificates of competence in foreign languages.
If the host university requires you to prove your language knowledge, you can:
- take a language level test and request a letter for the host university which reports your CEFR level that you scored in the language test. The level tests are available for French, German, Portuguese, Spanish and English, both online and in person.
- request a letter for your host university which specifies that you are registered for a basic language course. This is possible only if you have chosen to attend a basic language course in your mobility contract. Please note that this letter is not a certificate of attendance.
This service will be resumed after the summer break (September 2022).