Before you start taking a language course, we recommend that you:
- take a look at the program "How to learn a language online" - it will give you guidelines and tips to make the most of your language learning journey, and
- take a placement test to know your language level, so that you can pick the most suitable courses for you.
The placement test will give you one of these results: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 - to learn more about these levels, read the article "What are the language levels according to the CEFR system?"
Now that you know your language level, you can pick courses accordingly. Use the menu on the left to find programs for your language level. For example, if your level is English B1, click on the section "English B1-B2 (intermediate)", then the program "English B1 (Intermediate)". There are many courses to choose from!
Screenshot of Kiron campus. The image shows the "Language Learning" category. There is a menu on the left and language programs on the right.