Please check our guide to levels page, which also includes a summary of course content for each language to enable you to refine your choice. You should aim to select a level that follows the one that best describes your current knowledge. Please note that the list of topics and grammar points is subject to minor changes and is only intended to assist you in choosing your level.
You will find the names of our corresponding courses in both our guide to levels and the summary of course contents.
Additionally, for French, Dutch, German, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish, knowing your level on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) can be helpful. You may find the self evaluation tool from the European Day of Languages useful.
I am below A1 level (but not a complete beginner): Our levels in this range, in ascending order, are Beginners Step 2 and Elementary (and the step 1 and 2 parts).
I am between A1 and A2 levels: Our levels in this range, in ascending order, are Lower Intermediate and Intermediate (and their step 1 and 2 parts).
I am between A2 and B1 levels: Our levels in this range, in ascending order, are Higher intermediate and Advanced (and their step 1 and 2 parts).
I am at B1 level or above: Starting at around B1, we offer Higher Advanced 1 and Higher Advanced 2 (and their step 1 and 2 parts) in some languages.