ESOL is an international English language test at all levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​(CEFR). The exam was developed by one of the UK's leading examination boards, LanguageCerf, which is governed by the Ofqual Department of Qualifications and Examinations in England. The ESOL test meets the qualification criteria of the European Association of Language Test Developers (ALTE). Detailed information about the test is presented on the website of the examination system

ESOL international exam certificates are widely recognized by employers, ministries and educational institutions in many countries around the world. The test result is indefinite and does not require confirmation.

ESOL International is available at all CEFR levels - A1-C2.

Advantages of the ESOL exam:


  • flexible exam dates - you can choose a convenient date for each month;
  • the ESOL certificate is valid indefinitely;
  • fast results - the ability to receive an electronic certificate and the original, which will be sent by mail within 10 working days.

There are two versions of the ESOL exam - paper and computer. The ESOL exam consists of four parts: listening, reading, writing and speaking. For both test modes, the Oral part ends with a face-to-face interview with the examiner.