Equality and Diversity

Exam Development

Throughout the process of developing exam material, Euroexam International ensures that all candidates are able to respond to exam questions fairly based on linguistic merit alone and that candidates are not discriminated against due to their cultural, ethnic or economic background. Exam markers never know the name let alone background of any examinee as individual answer papers are only identifiable through coded labels. 

Staffing Policy

Euroexam International encourages and supports contribution from its employees beyond the limits of their job description. Euroexam respects and values who an individual is, their background or how they choose to identify themselves. As an employer, Euroexam is primarily focussed on merit which includes the metric of openness to team membership.

Euroexam does not tolerate discrimination based on any personal identifiers, ethnicity, race or background. Any bullying, harassment or victimisation within the organisation will be investigated and may lead to disciplinary procedures, including dismissal.

 

Accessibility

Special Needs

Euroexam International ensures the Euroexams are fully available 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 widely regarded by higher educational institutions throughout Europe as high-calibre. Euroexam candidates in CEE benefit from the 100+ Test Centres in the region, which deliver the Euroexams. By providing greater geographic proximity especially for those students from regional centres and smaller towns, the Euroexams improves access to educational opportunity. The Euroexam network provides vastly improved accessibility to students from Hungary, Slovakia, The Czech Republic, Romania, Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Russia. The network is continually expanding.