Tools to prepare for entrance tests and language proficiency tests.

It is crucial not to postpone language tests in order not to get stuck a step away from graduation. 

A Cambridge Assessment English study indicates that passing from one level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) to another takes an average of 200 hours of lessons, to which individual study time must be added.

Language Courses

CLA organises language courses for students who are required to pass entrance tests and/or language proficiency tests, with a choice of intensive courses, term-long courses, and online courses (only for English courses). The courses are free or available at affordable prices, and held by native-speaker teachers.

Tutoring service

Students can also access the Office hours and tutoring service, in order to receive advice on the appropriate language course for their needs, and help in general regarding tests preparation.

Self-study

Finally, the CLA website provides a list of useful links for self-study.