All students who have been accepted to participate in Erasmus+ Student Mobility for Studies/Traineeship and whose mobility will be carried out either in Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Croatian, Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak or Swedish have to take a European Commission composed online language test before the beginning of and after the end of their mobility period abroad. This test aims to identify student's level in this certain language, and moreover, to measure whether and how much the mobility abroad has helped to improve student's foreign language skills. Test link will be sent to students' e-mail addresses right before the start and end of mobility. Have a look at the Commission's presentation about the online language test.

When a language test conducted right before the start of mobility results in receiving the language level between A1 and B1, the student automatically receives another link on his/her e-mail inviting to participate in an online language course in order to advance the proficiency of that certain language. Also, students who get the language test result between B2 and C2 can ask for the opportunity to participate in the online language course by informing the TU Senior Specialist for International Studies about your test result, and about the interest to participate in the course.

More information about the test is available at the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) website.