Registration now open for the ‘Certificate of Attainment in Greek language’ exams


The examinations for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek language 2022 will take place in May this year at Macquarie University in Sydney.

Macquarie University is the newly certified examination centre (61006) by the Centre for Greek Language (CGL).

The registration period to take part in the exams is now open and ends March 20, 2022.

Exam Details:

Registering steps:

Step 1: Check language levels and exam dates.
Step 2: Pay online the exam registration fee equivalent to the candidate’s exam language level:
Step 3: Complete the online candidate application form, ensuring the name you enter matches the identity documents of the candidate:

Free online Greek Language exams’ sessions:

Macquarie University organises free online seminars to support teachers and students, in view of the Greek Language Certification exams by experienced teachers from the Greek Language Center (GLC) in Thessaloniki, the Macquarie University’s Modern Greek Studies Program and Sydney schools.

The Certificate of Attainment in Greek is the only official state certification that confirms the knowledge of Greek as a foreign/second language at six levels, corresponding to the levels of the Common European Framework (CEFR). It is recognised by all member states of the European Union but also by NESA (New South Wales Education Standards Authority).




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