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Association of Language Testers in Europe
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ALTE Jul 24
We're delighted to launch the third translation of our Website: into Romanian! Huge thanks to Dina Vîlcu at Babeş-Bolyai University! She has put a lot of effort into both an ALTE conference and a website translation this year!
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ALTE Jul 19
A reminder that you can check our website for upcoming events at
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ALTE Jul 17
We are pleased to announce the launch of our website in Swedish! Many thanks to and for their help!
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ALTE Jul 16
A reminder that registration for ALTE Summer Courses in Cambridge, UK is still open at Introductory Course in Language Testing 10-14 Sept; Course in Technology in Language Test Production and Validation 17-21 Sept. Please share with your networks!
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ALTE Jul 13
The ALTE Secretariat has moved! Our email address and telephone number are the same, but our address is now: ALTE Secretariat, The Triangle Building, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 8EA, United Kingdom.
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ALTE Jul 4
We are excited to launch the first translation of the ALTE Website into Dutch! Huge thanks to Certificaat Nederlands als Vreemde Taal (CNaVT), and in particular Christina Maes, for their help!
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ALTE Jun 14
The kick-off meeting for the new project of the Council of Europe's "European Framework of Reference for Second language and Literacy - From non-literacy to A1 level" took place in Strasbourg this week. ALTE is one of two key partners
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ALTE Jun 7
We are grateful to the Council of Europe for making ALTE's new "Guidelines for the Development of Language for Specific Purposes Tests" available on their website
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ALTE May 30
Registration is now open for the ALTE Summer Language Testing Courses here in Cambridge, UK, Sept 2018. For more info, visit the events page of the ALTE website:
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ALTE Apr 26
At our conference in Cluj, we launched the 'Guidelines for the Development of Language for Specific Purposes Tests'. You can download the document for free from our Resources page on our website!
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ALTE Apr 12
Bine aţi venit la Cluj!
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ALTE Apr 12
ALTE's 51st Meeting and Conference in Romania has begun!
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ALTE Mar 6
A reminder that ALTE's 51st Conference Day is being held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on Friday 13th April 2018. The theme of the conference is 'Multilingualism and Using Language for Specific Purposes - the Role of Assessment'. Go to for more details.
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ALTE Feb 21
Our new-look website has been up and running for a few weeks now: We'd love to improve and expand it, so please give us any feedback by writing to info@alte.org
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ALTE Feb 9
Registration for the 51st ALTE Conference day is now open! It's on 13th April in Cluj, Romania, hosted by BBU-RCI. Go to
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ALTE Feb 2
Just a few more pictures from our time in Maynooth. We were delighted to have David Little and Joe Sheils join us in the CEFR SIG to share some interesting insights about the CEFR and plurilingualism.
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ALTE Jan 26
Many thanks to our fantastic hosts at the Language Centre, National University of Ireland Maynooth for organising an excellent meeting of the SIGs this week!
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ALTE Sep 25
Thanks to the 260+ delegates who came to Leuven last Friday to discuss the impact of language tests. What an inspiring day!
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ALTE Sep 22
Welkom op de conferentiedag in Leuven!
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ALTE Sep 15
Did you miss the conference? You can now check the proceedings and slides online!
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