SES 2013


Practical info




Esperanto classes will be lead by experienced Esperanto teachers with abundant international experience.

On the arrival day, there will be a short qualifying test, in order to separate the students into courses according to their level of Esperanto. At the end of the event, all students will receive a certificate to show that they participated in a 26-hour language course at level A1-C1, according to the current Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


Level A1

Level A2

Level B1

Level B2

Levels C1–C2

Due to insufficient number of attendees, the CEFR exams have been cancelled this year.

Video about CEFR Exams:

CEFR Exams

This year it will once again be possible to sit for CEFR exams during SES (if enough people register). UEA and ITK will again be offering the new format of CEFR exams. On the condition that enough participants register before 2013-07-10, exams will take place at all three levels currently available: B1, B2, and C1. It will be possible to sit for the complete exam (that is, the written and oral components), but you may also sit for just one of the two components. (A minimum of 12 people must register for each group/level, in order for the exam to be offered.)

When you successfully pass the exam, the state-recognized Hungarian examination centre ITK will present the candidate with a diploma written in four languages.

NB: the cost of the exam will NOT be included in the registration fee for SES - you must pay for your exam separately, on site. Information on exam fees can be found here.

To register for the exam, please download the registration form in .doc or .pdf format, and send the completed form to Katalin Kováts.

Presi - Ensaluti

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