All interested persons are now invited to register for this year’s Centre for the Greek Language(CGL) Examinations to be held in May at St. Andrew’s Grammar (officially-recognised CGL Examination Centre).
Prospective candidates of Greek and also non-Greek background are invited to test their written and spoken Greek language competency skills through these annual examinations. Successful candidates will be issued with a Certificate of Attainment in Greekfrom Greece’s Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, and the Centre for the Greek Language: Division for the Support and Promotion of the Greek Language(Thessaloniki, Greece).
There are 7 levels on offer, catering to a full spectrum of Greek language competencies. These include a level for children aged 8-12 years old (children who are over8 years of age and below12 years of age on the 31stof May, 2021); a level for beginner adolescents and adults, through to a level for persons with excellent knowledge of the Greek language. Candidates younger than 16 are stronglyadvisedto avoid taking the examinations for levels B2, C1 and C2 as the examination content for these levels may require general knowledge and experience beyond their years.
The full complement of levels on offer is as follows:
The 2021 CGL Examinations will be held on the following days:
Fees have been set by Greece and are as follows:
For more information regarding registration and payment, please contact the following CGL Committee members:
Registration opens on Monday 1 February and closes on Sunday 21 March, 2021.
The CGL Committee and I look forward to your participation in this year’s CGL Examinations.
Dr Angela Evangelinou-Yiannakis
Director of the CGL at St. Andrew’s Grammar (61002)
30 January 2021