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French Language Proficiency Level Scale

The French language proficiency of AGS students is assessed upon enrollment and, in the case of the Master's and Ph.D. degrees in International Relations and Diplomacy where a graduation requirement is to be met, before graduation, according to the ALTE scale (Association of Language Testers in Europe) which also correponds to the CEF scale (Common European Framework of Reference).

Proficiency in French

ALTE* scale

CEF** scale

Beginners

Level 0

Level 0 /A1

Pre-Intermediate (required for graduation at AGS)

Level 1

Level A2

Intermediate

Level 2

Level B1

Advanced

Level 3

Level B2

Superior

Level 4

Level C1

Mastery

Level 5

Level C2

*ALTE: Association of Language Testers in Europe

**CEF: Common European Framewok of reference


 
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Tim FrancisNew Zealand
M.A.in International Relations
Class of 2014

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