Liden & Denz becomes telc examination centre

Liden & Denz becomes telc examination centre
02 June 2014

The Liden & Denz Language Centres in St. Petersburg, Moscow and Riga have all been granted licenses to become the first telc examination centres for Russian in Russia and Latvia. Language tests by the Frankfurt/Germany based not-for-profit organisation are used in over 2000 examination centres spread across 20 countries.

telc language tests are popular as they are closely aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). They focus on communicative competence and are offered in Russian for A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels. The CEFR alignment guarantees international comparability of language competence, which is very important for a successful career planning.

telc language tests have a written and oral part and can be taken at any of our centres starting from July 2014, once per month, and cost between EUR 70 and EUR 110. Test results will be quickly communicated; the official telc certificate will follow within weeks.

Liden & Denz’ managing director Julia Voevodina sees a big demand for the telc Russian language test: “It is a very good alternative to the purely academic TRKI exam. TRKI is fine if you want to study at a Russian university. telc is more for practical and job-related purposes.”

Students will be able to book their telc exam in advance or on-site until 4 weeks prior to the exam date. Our site is currently being updated to reflect this new exam opportunity. Until that section is live, interested students can contact us by mail.

Posted by walter.denz

Co-founder of Liden & Denz, still discovering Russia, after almost 30 years!

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