Preparing for External testing


The Center for Language Development will qualitatively prepare students for entry to higher educational institutions, who need to pass an exam in foreign language.

The purpose of preparing for external training is to improve the knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, stylistics of a foreign language, as well as understanding the structure of testing for the successful passing of the test.

At the Center for Language Development you will be able to prepare for external examination of English, German, Spanish and French.


Preparation for passing international language exams


The Center for Language Development will qualitatively prepare you for international language examinations. You will complete a full course of training, learn about all the nuances of the tasks, and also effectively organize your knowledge with the help of qualified teachers.

To enroll in the international language exam preparation course, complete the application form and indicate which foreign language you are interested in.


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- English (IELTS, TOEFL).

IELTS verifies your knowledge of British English. There are two options: the Academic Module (for entrants to universities abroad) and the General Module (for immigration to Canada, Australia or New Zealand). They consist of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.

The IELTS Scoreboard covers all levels of English proficiency from 0 ("I do not know") to 9 ("I speak a language as an educated Englishman").

TOEFL is an American English proficiency exam, which is required for admission to American and Canadian universities, as well as for admission to MBA programs abroad. It consists of four parts: Reading, Structure, Listening and Writing.

- Spanish (DELE (Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera).

Spanish exam, recognized by the Spanish Ministry of Education and organized by the Cervantes Institute. It is held twice a year, in May and November.

French (DELF (Diplome d'Etudes en Langue Francaise)

The exam, recognized by the French Ministry of Education, is held twice a year, in May and October. The first degree is approximately equivalent to the 5th level (from 10), the second degree - to the 6-7th level.

German (TestDaF: TDN5, TDN4, TDN3)

It is one of the basic tests that you need to hand over as a student who is going to join the German university. Test results determine German language proficiency from average to high.