Useful Links

Official translations of documents

Any students requesting the official and certified translations of their documents for the purposes of "nostrifikace," or any other translations of such sorts, are advised to go on to JTP, the website of the International Federation of  Interpreters and Translators. This website is offered in an English version as well and offers the database of translators with their specialization. Good luck with your endeavour, CJP - The Language Centre.

Evaluation of language skills

Based on European framework of reference for languages.

In response to an expected cross-border mobility of labour force and students within the member states of the European Union, the Council of Europe elaborated a system of unified and internationally applicable evaluation of achieved language skills and qualifications. Individual levels reflect the objectives of learning and specify in detail what learning to undertake to be able to reach a successful integration in life and work abroad.

The system recognizes the following 6 levels- A1, A2 Basic language use; B1, B2 Independent language use; C1, C2 Proficiency.

Try to determine the level corresponding to your achieved language skills- evaluate to what extent you have mastered individual language skills and set the goal you intend to reach in the upcoming academic year.

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We have chosen the following websites to complement the websites recommended in individual syllabi of our teachers:




Aardvark’s EFL Resources:


Audio and video files organized by a level of difficulty and covering a wide array of life skills




Centre Pedagogique du Quartier francais


Goethe-Institut - Leitseite:


Italian Italian browser



General browsers:


News servers:



Online encyclopaedias:


Tests in 21 languages and 420 language combinations: