Exam Preparation Courses for the Examinations for Attainment in Modern Greek conducted by the Centre for the Greek Language
These courses offer students the opportunity to prepare for the nationally recognised language exams and their main aim is to cover all necessary skills and techniques required for successfully dealing with the different parts of the exam.
The syllabus content is adult-orientated, focusing on the adult language learners’ needs for quick and immediate familiarisation with the exam format and the language skills required to successfully pass an examination.
The Certificate of Attainment in Greek:
The exam prep course can be chosen in addition to a General Greek as a Foreign Language course or as standalone programme, providing flexibility to those wishing to attend such a course.
Apart from improving general language competency and systematic preparation of all skills required for the Greek language examination, all exam prep classes include:
All exam prep classes are taught by qualified teachers with extensive experience in teaching Greek as a Foreign Language as well as Greek language examinations. Our Exam prep teachers:
– Have all the necessary qualifications to teach Greek as a Foreign Language
– Have excellent knowledge of the exam format and the necessary skills needed to succeed
The exam prep groups are constantly monitored by the Academic Directors to ensure that our high-standards of teaching are maintained, making students achieve their full potential.
Working closely with leading examination bodies, we aim to provide the right skills for exam success and familiarise students with the exam procedures.
The Examinations for Attainment in Modern Greek are conducted by the Centre for the Greek Language which is supervised by the Ministry of Education.
Our highly interactive Greek as a Foreign Language course includes a unique combination of bilingual materials to speed up the learning process. Bilingualism aims at making it easier for the students to acquire the Greek language using all the necessary structures and expressions that they are able to understand through the language of reference, especially at the beginning of the course.
Students, in other words focus on what matters and not on things that take students away from their real goal.