The ECL (European Consortium for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Languages) Consortium running a language system it’s a committee representing European Language Centers which aims to provide a standard language test worked out for all EU members and candidates in order to assure a standardized, reliable, valid measurement of language knowledge and certificate. Within the ECL examination system one can take an international exam in the following languages: English, German, Italian, Spanish, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Russian, Croatian, Serbian and Slovak. The ECL language certificate is valid for life and is internationally recognised.
At the Spektrum Educational Center we organize ECL examination once every three months. For more detailed information visit our websites' News section or our newsletters.

THE CERTIFICATE ECL IS ETERNAL.
According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, ECL examination can be taken from level A2 to C1 in all languages.

To apply for the exam, the candidates need to fill in the application form and pay the exam fee. The international registration will only contain the names of those who pay the examination fee on time at the secretariat of our Centre. For detailed information please contact our customer service at the sec@sec.ro e-mail address.

 

 

Exam data and level

Language

Registration data

2019

8th of February: B1, C1

9th of February: B2

English, Germany

 10th of January

12th of April: A2, B1, C1

13th of April: B2

English, German, French, Romanian

14th of March

14th of June: A2, B1, C1

Hungarian

 

 

16th of May

15th of June: B1, C1

English, German

10th of June: B2 

English, German, Hungarian

4th of October: B1, C1

5th of October: B2

English, German

 5th of September

6th of December: A2, B1, C1

7th of December: B2

 English, German, French, Hungarian, Romanian

 7th of November



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