Graduates of school 22 are awarded CertiLingua international certificates
Perm has created a favourable environment for school students to study and work in the global innovative economics. Five graduates from school 22 have been awarded CertiLingua Label of Excellence to certify a high level of competence in two modern foreign languages as well as the ability to act in international context.
According to the Department for Education of Perm Administration, the students mastered two foreign languages on the B2 level (CEFR). It is a threshold advanced level required for admission into foreign colleges and universities.
Three Perm schools – school 12, School 22 and “Duplex”school 84 – are members of CertiLingua Network. Schools from 21 countries participate in CertiLingua to implement the joint project aiming at enhancing young people’s competitive capacity in the global economic environment.
Perm schools are implementing four programmes of international education: International Baccalaureate, bilingual education, preparation for international foreign language exams and oriental languages. 2015 saw 941 Perm students being awarded various international language proficiency certificates recognized worldwide.