Special Needs

The Euroexam Centre is aware of its obligations to candidates with special needs. Those with dyslexia or dysgraphia have specially-designed question and answer papers. Visually-impaired candidates may have the examination dictated to them and are allowed to use computers with a Braille keyboard. Invigilators are specifically trained to work with these candidates. Approximately 250 candidates with special needs sit the Euroexams each year.

Geographic reach

Students from Euroexam’s Central European heartland are highly regarded by higher educational institutions throughout Europe. Euroexam candidates in CEE benefit from the 70+ Test Centres we have in the region, by providing them greater geographic proximity especially for those students from regional centres and smaller towns. The Euroexam network provides vastly improved accessibility to students from Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and the network is continually expanding.


Euroexam First

We keep Euroexam customers regularly informed about educational and career prospects developments that their Euroexam certificates offers through our Euroexam First online newsletter including universities that accept their Euroexam language qualification for further study.


By Accepting Euroexam as meeting your English language requirements for prospective non-native English speaking students, not only will you be accepting an exam as rigorous in its academic standards and security procedures as any other, you will be providing greater access to educational opportunity for a broader and more diverse cohort of prospective students who often live in geographically remote areas. Furthermore, through Euroexam First, we will let our candidates know which universities accept Euroexam and provide them with links and further information ensuring they have access to the broadest possible choices for their future education.