The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) describes what you should be able to do in a foreign language to show that you have mastered that language at a certain level.

There are six levels:

  • A1 and A2 (basic user)
  • B1 and B2 (independent user)
  • C1 and C2 (proficient user)

All Linguapolis courses have a certain Linguapolis level, for example: level 1, level 2, etc. Each Linguapolis level corresponds to a certain level on the CEFR scale. 

For more information about how the Linguapolis levels of your language corresponds to the CEFR levels, please see ‘Levels & Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)’ on the webpage of each language course