Official Trinity GESE examinations in our school are conducted by means of individual interviews with fully trained and qualified English examiners. The candidate must show their skills to communicate by showing the English functions required in the level they are trying to obtain.
These examinations, adapted to international standards, become a mechanism for monitoring and evaluating our own educational quality that provide both teachers and students with information about the evolution and development of the students’ learning processes.
There are twelve grades in Trinity College GESE examinations, covering levels from Starters to Proficiency. Each grade is aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Trinity College London is officially recognized by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), an agency of the British Department of Education that governs and accredits all organizations, such as this one, that award certifications in the United Kingdom.
British schools and universities, among other institutions in different countries, accept Trinity GESE certifications as part of their entry requirements. For example, Grade 10 is accepted for students who want to start a degree program.