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 Foreign language competence tests


Foreign Language Centre gives students who plan to apply for international exchange programs offered by the Warsaw School of Economics the opportunity to take a foreign language competence test.

The competence test in the 2021/2022 academic year will be held according to the following rules:


I. Students:

   3rd semester of full-time bachelor studies

   3rd semester of afternoon bachelor studies

   1st semester of full-time master studies


take a competence test during their regular language course time, on 6- 7 December 2021.The test is not obligatory for all students of the above-mentioned semesters. Those who wish to participate in the test will have to inform their lecturers about this no later than on 9 December 2021.


II. Other students:

    1st year of full-time bachelor studies

    1st year of afternoon bachelor studies

    Saturday-Sunday bachelor students

    Saturday-Sunday master students

    PhD students


may proceed with the language competence test in a foreign language (in one foreign language as part of the SGH offer). Information about the willingness to participate in test should be sent by email to the following address between 5 November and 16 November, 2021. The title of the email should read: Language Competence Test + the language specified.

Email contact can only take place from the SGH email address.



The student should provide the following data by email: first name, last name, student ID number, language, mode of studies (full-time, afternoon, Saturday-Sunday), type of studies (bachelor, master, doctoral), semester, the group number.

Language Competence Test will take place on days and times specified by the CNJO (6 or 7 December 2021).


Each student will have a specific date and time for the test.

Detailed information about the test will be published no later than on 25 November 2021.

The competence test will contain the following parts:

·         Listening comprehension – answering 3 questions after listening to 2-3 pieces of news in the foreign language

·         Summary of a Polish text in the foreign language (a press article – about 500 words) or a comparative summary of 2 English texts - about 300 words each (for students studying in English).


Two lecturers will assess the work of each student.​