Who are we? Three partners cooperate to bring you Eurotest
Eurotest was developed and is jointly owned by organizations in three Scandinavian countries.
Since the establishment of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) in 2001, the three organizations, Folkuniversitetet in Sweden, Folkuniversitetet in Norway and Studieskolen in Denmark have been using it to guide their language instruction. As a result of this cooperation, a language test was developed based on the CEFR levels. The first test was launched in 2008.
As Eurotest is based on the CEFR levels, the test results can be used across several languages and countries.
In 2019, the test was modernized and updated in terms of its language and graphic content. The current version of Eurotest was launched on 1st June , 2020.
De tre partnere
Studieskolen is a non-profit organization, which has been teaching languages, developed didactics within the field of language teaching and upholding the importance of Danish and foreign languages since 1977. Today Studieskolen offers courses in more than 30 languages and teaches more than 8,000 individuals, professionals and expats per year.
Folkeuniversitetet is a non-profit organization and the largest institution for lifelong learning in Norway. With 7 regions and 40 locations, adults can attend courses in arts and crafts, language, culture, and enjoy leisure activities at a variety of levels. Click here to read more about Folkeuniversitetet in Norway.
Folkuniversitetet is the largest non-profit organization for public and adult education in Sweden. Folkuniversitetet has over 100 branches in the country and offers courses such as language, arts and crafts, dance and music, and also has its own high school. Click here to read more about Folkuniversitetet in Sweden. Click here to read more about Folkuniversitetet in Sweden.