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 Foreign language competence tests

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

 

The competence test in the 2020/2021 academic year will be held between January 7 and 22, 2021 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. The test is obligatory for all students of the above-mentioned semesters.
The test results provided by CNJO will be taken into account by the Centre for International Cooperation in the process of qualifying for exchange programs.

 

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 ocenakompetencji@sgh.waw.pl no later than between November 21 and December 4, 2020. The title of the email should read: Language Competence Test + the language specified.

 
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. 
Each student will have a specific date and time for oral verification. Information concerning the dates is in the News.

 

The Language Competence Test is conducted by CNJO in the MS Teams application, in the form of a conversation with a student in the presence of a second lecturer on 1) issues related to the material covered and 2) current economic, social and political affairs.

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