Goethe-Institut Examination Centre Saskatoon
Do you need to prove your German language skills for work? For immigration? For school? If you have answered yes to any of those, you have come to the right place. Take your Goethe-Institut exam A1 & A2 right here in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan German Council is an accredited Goethe-Institut Examination Centre in Saskatchewan! The certified examiners at the Saskatoon centre will be able to test for German language proficiency level A1 Fit, A1 & A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Why take a Goethe-Institut language proficiency test?
A certificate from the Goethe-Institut is internationally recognized by employers and schools. It is proof of your German language skills and is a career booster.
The next Goethe-Institut Exams will be scheduled in fall 2023. The A1 Fit (children 12-16 years) is currently not available.
The exams will be administered in Saskatoon.
Current exam schedule:
Goethe Zertifikat A1 Exam will take place – Fall 2023
Goethe Zertifikat A2 Exam will take place – Fall 2023
The fees for the exams are as follows:
Goethe Zertifikat A1 – $140
Goethe Zertifikat A2 – $150
To register, please fill in this registration form and send it to us. Once we receive it, please allow 5 business days for us to issue a confirmation of registration. The confirmation of registration email will have directions, further instructions for your exam as well as payment directives (Interac or cheque).
Resources to check out before the exam:
- Overview Language Levels
- German Examinations & Practice Materials
- Test your German
- Spouse Immigration
About the Goethe-Institut
The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, active worldwide. They promote the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange. Our examinations are acknowledged at most German universities and are the official proof of language skills required by embassies and consulates around the globe.
The Goethe-Institut is a German cultural association operational worldwide with almost 160 institutes. They promote the study of the German language abroad and encourage international cultural exchange and relations.