The schedules for the December 2019 exams will be available on Monday, November 18 at 16:00.
You can access your timetables by logging in to our website using your e-mail and password.
The MSU exams are user friendly because of their format and scoring system. They are entirely designed and scored in the USA; extensive piloting of the exams was conducted in Greece and USA.
MSU certificates can open doors to academic prospects and career opportunities as they are recognized by the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ΑΣΕΠ) and are administered by two of the most prominent American academic institutions of Higher Education in Greece, Anatolia College and DEREE-The American College of Greece.
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Which examination should you sit for?
If you are a competent user of English, then the MSU-CELC should be your choice. This examination tests English at level B2 of the CEFR.
If you are a proficient user of English, test your knowledge with MSU-CELP. This examination tests English at level C2 of the CEFR.
On the day of the written examination you need to arrive at you test center at least 45 minutes earlier. You should also have with you your ID or passport, and a white eraser.
For the oral examination, you need to be at the test center 30 minutes earlier.
There are a number of course books and examination preparation books by Greek and International publishers on the market. Our website also features materials released by MSU, Anatolia College and DEREE-The American College of Greece.
Nevertheless, it is important to expose yourself to the language itself, through music, TV series, films and meeting native speakers, rather than just read about the language.