On behalf of the Education Office in Sydney we wholeheartedly wish you a happy new academic year!
We would like to inform about the Certificate of Attainment in Greek, and ask you to forward to your students the following downloadable documents:
- The application form
- The application form for Special Needs Candidates
- Examination Dates
- Questionnaire for completion by candidates along with the application for use of tatistical research by the Centre for the Greek Language .
- Questionnaire for candidates 8-12 years old (Level A1)
- Price list for past papers
- Order Form for Past Papers
- Candidate's Guide
- Guide 2014 (here you will have an idea of how the test is structured)
Enrollments will start on the 3d February until the 21st March and the exams will be taken on the 20th, 21st and 22nd of May 2014.
Please encourage your students to send their application form along with the questionnaire completed and signed by the parent, to the following address:email@example.com
provided that they have deposit the examination fees to the following bank account:
BANK OF SYDNEY
Name: Consulate General of Greece in Sydney
Account Number: 769372
BSB number: 942202
Branch Name: Castlereagh Branch
NOTE: make sure you provide evidence of the candidate's identity by either sending a coloured scanned copy of the candidate's passport, or a photograph signed by a JP/ the school's Head Office.
Schools can use the following Form for Candidate's Identification and send it via e-mail:
For past papers orders please refer to:firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding the Certificate of Attainment and the appropriate level of future candidates please visit: www.greeklanguage.gr/certification
It is important to emphasise that the Certificate of Attainment in Greek is the only national, officially recognised certificate that confirms the knowledge of Greek as a foreign/second language at 6 levels, starting from A1 for children 8-12 years old to C2 for adults. It offers a valid and professional opinion of one’s knowledge of Greek, as well as strengthening the teaching of the Greek language in Australia, while maintaining ties with Greece.