Erasmus+ is European Union's exchange and cooperation program for universities for the years 2014-2020. Its purpose is to support cooperation between universities as well as mobility of students, teachers and other staff. The program also supports cooperation and mobility between universities and working life.
Erasmus+ continues many of the features of the Erasmus-program, but it also includes some new features: Erasmus+, among other things, supports mobility and cooperation between European and non-European partner countries.
Erasmus+ language tests
For university students participating in exchange and internship periods, the European Commission offers a chance to study English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Dutch online and an opportunity to test the development of your language skills before the exchange period as well as after it.
Online language courses are voluntary, but language tests are compulsory for all students participating in the Erasmus+ program.
The language courses can be found at the OLS -web service (Online Linguistic Support Tool) developed by the European Commission.
More information concerning the language test:
- Length: 45-60 minutes
- Grammar: 20 questions
- Vocabulary: 15 questions
- Key communication phrases: 15 questions
- Listening comprehension: 10 exercises
- Written expression: 10 exercises