Evaluations and Levels: 

Prior to each course, students are required to take an evaluation to determine their language level and enable the institute to recommend the most appropriate course. Depending on the student’s needs, the assessment would be either oral and/or written. The student is then placed in the appropriate level defined in the chart.

Level definitions for various languages could vary but are based on the following level description chart

Corporate evaluations: 

The purpose of this evaluation is to assess and/or survey the language level of the staff members of your company. This type of evaluation can be administered more than once during a given year to measure and quantify the changes (improvement) in level. The evaluation consists of a test in the 4 skills (speaking, writing, reading, and listening).

Certificates from Langland


Langland Language Institute issues diplomas certifying the successful completion of our programmes. 

Course Supervision:
The quality of our lessons is ensured by our teachers and through management’s close involvement in the details of all the courses taught. The lessons are systematically monitored, the course progress assessed and all feedback taken into account in order to maintain and improve the services we render to our students. To ensure total customer satisfaction we periodically conduct student surveys in order to foster an open line of communication between our students and the institute.

Level Comparison

CEFRInternational ExamsMaterials
(Common European FrameworkCambridgeTOEFL ibtTOEICIELTSGeneralBusiness
of Reference for Languages)    (Headway)(Market Leader/Intelligent Business)
A1  0 – 250 Beginner/ElementaryElementary
A2Key 255-400 Pre-intermediatePre-intermediate
B1Preliminary42-71405-6004.5 -5.0IntermediateIntermediate
B2First72- 94605-7805.5 – 6.5Upper- IntermediateUpper-intermediate
C1Advanced95- 113 7.0 –8.0AdvancedAdvanced
C2Proficiency114-120785-9908.5 -9.0Objective Proficiency