telc Center

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telc examination at BSI

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The BSI Private Language School is also authorized to conduct the internationally recognized telc examination. Registration is possible up to 30 days before the date of this examination.

Here the most important information at a glance

  • Intended primarily for students who wish to study in Germany and require certification of advanced German skills.
  • It is an examination prepared at a central location and implemented around the world.
 
BSI Berlin telc center
Kottbusser Damm 79
10967 Berlin
Phone: +49 30 693 60 01
Fax: + 49 30 693 60 70

office hours:

Monday to Friday from 8:45 to 1:30 a.m. and  from 2:30 to 7:15 p.m.

 

telc

telc stands for The European Language Certificates. We offer language tests based on international standards: fair, transparent and reliable. Consistent with our European focus, we currently offer more than 80 different examinations in 11 languages. Under the name telc training, telc also offers a wide variety of training courses specifically aimed at language trainers. Close cooperation with telc partners makes us strong and helps us continue to develop products which are fit for purpose. Language learning has come a long way since telc developed its first telc certificate in the 60s. And, telc – language tests have always kept up with the times, adding didactical and methodological details and implementing task-based test formats. Logistics and evaluation techniques have always played a major role, whether in the form of earlier punch card systems or today’s high-performance scanners. Standardised and centralised analysis ensures the quality of the telc certificates and efficient administration, as well.

Brief History of telc

Sprachprüfungen und Weiterbildung stehen bei uns im Mittelpunkt, und das seit über 45 Jahren! Hier erfahren Sie Wissenswertes rund um die gemeinnützige telc GmbH.

more here: http://www.telc.net

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