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University of Westminster

The University of Westminster is situated in central London and has over 20,000 students, approximately half of whom are part time. The University has been teaching languages continuously since the nineteenth century, when the then Royal Polytechnic Institution taught Latin, Greek and Hebrew. Through the Department of Diplomacy and Applied Languages (DDAL) the University provides tuition in 26 languages, and we offer testing services in a further ten, providing one of the largest ranges of language teaching available to the public in the United Kingdom. Some 2,000 students take the modern languages evening language classes, while the postgraduate courses in translating and interpreting are highly regarded internationally, including recognition by AIIC – the International Association of Conference Interpreters. DDAL has one of the UK’s largest British Council IELTS Testing Centres for English as a Foreign Language and is an accredited trainer for British and overseas government departments.

For more information please visit the website www.westminster.ac.uk

 

Contact:

Rob Williams
Department of Diplomacy and Applied Languages
309 Regent Street
UK- London W1B 2UW

Phone: +44 20 7915 5486
Mobile: +44 776 32 18 498
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Euroexam international

Euroexam unites the expertise of communicative language teaching with the ‘can-do’ criteria of the Common European Framework to design examinations which promote real-world communicative skills.

In 2001, Euroexam became the first examination board to provide tests directly based on the CEFR ‘can-do’ scales. Today, seven times a year, Euroexams are offered through a network of 85 local testing centres across Europe and beyond. By taking a Euroexam test, students gain access to a wide range of support materials designed to build their confidence and prepare them for real-life success in a multi-lingual world.

Euroexam promotes quality in language teaching by organising training courses and regional conferences, publishing test and training materials, and delivering standardised assessment tools for the communicative classroom.

For more information please visit the website www.euroexam.com

 

Contact:

Kristof Hegedus
Euroexam Ltd.
20-22 Wenlock Road
London, N1 7GU

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