TGLS exam is used to determine the level of English before the training starts (‘entry test’) as well as the progress made during the training after it finishes (‘exit test’). Depending on the needs and project requirements, the test structure makes it possible to assume making more progress by beneficiaries in some linguistic competences and measuring them towards the end of the training, for example, increasing the speaking skills in relation to writing skills if those are the aims of the project.

The open structure of TGLS examination does not require the minimum teaching hours before the exam can be taken.

The European Social Fund (ESF) is one of the EU’s Structural Funds, set up to reduce differences in prosperity and living standards across EU Member States and regions, and therefore promoting economic and social cohesion.

TGLS language examinations and certificates are highly suitable for ESF-sponsored skills improvement projects.

Map shows the eligible regions for the 2014-2020 programming period of the European Social Fund.