Open College Network West Midlands Certifications

Exam characteristics

  • Candidate friendly.
  • 50% overall pass mark in all levels.
  • Common format in all levels.
  • Contemporary subjects.
  • Multiple choice questions.
  • Writing: one mandatory topic for all candidates and one chosen from four different options, according to the examination level.
  • Speaking: one examiner for each candidate, with the session lasting up to 8 minutes.
  • The final mark derives from the calculation of the average of all modules of the examination.

Examinations’ dates

Open College Network West Midlands examinations are conducted 8 times per year. All relative information is presented below.

The next available examination date is:


ExamsPaper BasedComputer Based (On Site)Teleproctoring

Fees should be deposited in the following bank account:


IBAN: GR0701100800000008000981244


It would be advisable that the candidates’ full name would be written on the bank receipt. Should the owner of a Language centre make a group deposit for their candidates, it would be advisable that the name or the code of the centre is written on the bank receipt.

Registration Procedure

In order for a registration to be successfully completed, candidates are asked to provide our awarding body with a clear ID or passport copy, the application form, and the bank receipt.

10 days prior to the examination date, candidates will receive their participation notes, on which candidates will see every relative information concerning their exams.

Concerning candidates with special needs and/or learning difficulties, besides the aforementioned, candidates are also asked to submit a recent medical report (up to 3 years) translated in English. In cases where the candidate submits a report on Dyslexia, they are also asked to provide the awarding body with two recent writing samples of the candidate. Registration should be completed 2 months before the examination date

Examination centers

Our awarding body is capable of creating examination centres throughout Greece, should there be a sufficient number of candidates (over 15). In the case where an examination centre cannot be formed, the candidate will be moved to the nearest one.