Passing a foreign
language exam

Language skills

Learning a language

Improve your level by using online tools, books, taking foreign language courses, chatting with native English speakers or even going on a language stay abroad.

Test format

Learn about the test

The preparation doesn't stop there! Indeed, you are "competing" with native speakers. Thus, beyond the linguistic aspect, you will have to work on the technical aspect of the test itself.

Test yourself again

Test yourself again

Once you feel that you have improved your language and become familiar with the test, there is one more step before you register for the exam. Test yourself again.


Why passing a language test?

Obtaining recognized language certificates allows an objective and fair verification of language skills. Language tests are favoured by foreign universities and companies in the choice of their students or collaborators.

In order to realize this, you often have to go through them in order to study or work internationally. These tests all require real preparation and hard work.


How to study for your language exams?

English, German and Spanish can even become a nightmare for some people who don’t dare to speak a foreign language in public. But panic is rarely a good advice at crucial moments.

Whether it’s for the brevet, the baccalaureate, the TOEFL or other, a web platform GlobalExam for example, an expert in foreign language preparation courses, will be able to help you prepare effectively before a test.

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Learning during your professional life

Everything you need to know to better manage your career and evolve through continuing education. What training to take and how to finance it? Which system should you turn to (CPF, VAE, CEP, skills assessment)? Find out more on

Preparing for the TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, GMAT, DELE English tests...

As mentioned by, more than 40 million people take official English language tests around the world every year. Leading international companies acknowledge using one of these tests as a certification tool.


The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a test that measures your level of fluency in English. It will be very useful if you want to enrol in an English-speaking university, whatever country you are aiming for.

TOEFL test

This is an English test designed to assess language knowledge in a university context. The TOEFL is therefore aimed primarily at students and acts as a passport to study at institutions where English is dominant.


This exam measures the candidate’s ability to evolve in an English-speaking professional environment. Although considered a “business” English test, it is not used only in the workplace. It is also intended for students.

DELE test

Officially recognised by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, the Diplomas in Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE) certify your level of competence and knowledge of the Spanish language.

What is a training plan?

The company’s training plan defines all the training actions and courses that employees can benefit from in terms of adaptation to the job or development of skills. What is the status of this training plan, which has become the skills development plan?

Why following a
language training course?



Taking up training at any point in one's career is now made easier by the various continuing education systems. Whether you are an employee, self-employed or looking for work, there are different solutions.


It's difficult to take on the role of manager on a daily basis. The boundary between the manager and his teams is sometimes very thin in companies. You have to find the right balance.


By moving abroad, we prioritize a better quality of life which, outside our borders, can be tarnished by health concerns; a fortiori if we live in a country with which there is no agreement regarding health care coverage.


As with any employee, professional training for managers contributes to their employability, their ability to take on new responsibilities, or to acquire new skills with a view to their professional development.