Company Structure

Legal Background

Euroexam International was established in September 2000 within International House. Its remit was to develop a standard examination system for the IH World Organisation, to develop public state-accredited language examinations in Central Europe, and to offer testing services to schools internationally. In November 2004, the Euroexam Centre became a wholly independent entity (Euro Examinations Ltd), working in professional partnership with International House. Euroexam International’s administrative centre, which is also responsible for test development and teacher training, is based in Budapest, Hungary. Educational and marketing support for the 85-strong network of local testing centres across Europe and beyond is co-ordinated from Euroexam International's base in London, UK.

International Advisory Board

The Euroexam International Advisory Board provides management with strategic advice on issues which are relevant both to its present activities and future development and to support its widening operations in Europe, the Russian Federation and Central Asia.

Members of the Advisory Board bring a broad range of expertise and experience in business and language teaching and assessment. The members of the Board are:

  • Norman Verhelst (Specialist in Psychometrics, Senior Researcher/CITO The Netherlands, Assistant Professor/Utrecht University)
  • Garth Emrich (Strategic Management Advisor and Director at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management)
  • Michael Carrier (Consultant in Language Learning and Assessment, formerly director at International House)
  • Keith Watts (Verba International, former representative of City & Guilds exams in Russia)

The International Advisory Board meets in London twice a year.