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Central Test

Assess proficiency in German language

German is the most spoken language in the European Union, with over 90 million speakers. Germany is the fourth-largest economy in the world and the largest in Europe. German language proficiency is, therefore, a considerable asset in many industries. German language test allows you to objectively assess a person’s ability to understand and communicate in German, especially in a business situation. It evaluates three aspects of your candidate’s German: reading comprehension, vocabulary, and grammar.



Non-native German speakers (intermediate to advanced level)



English, French, German, and Spanish



55 questions



30 minutes


Companies across the world have adopted English as their language for business, be it large multinationals or start-ups. The Business English Test helps you evaluate a candidate’s written English ability, for roles that demand interaction with international stakeholders.

Do your employees struggle to find words when they speak to international clients in English? Business English Test can help you to address this issue by identifying areas for improvement which, in turn, can be used to define specific training programs.

Warum Deutsch lernen? 

When you decide to learn a language, it can be hard to decide which one to learn. Careers, advanced studies in German-speaking countries, immigration, and reviving a long-forgotten hobby are some of the main reasons people learn German. Studying German as a career offers a lot of options no matter what your reason is. 

Despite the EU’s diminishing population, English remains the most widely spoken language in the EU, with German spoken by 36% of citizens and French spoken by 29% of the 446 million people who live in the EU. The percentage of Italian speakers comes in at 18%, followed by the percentage of Spanish speakers at 17%. 

Other than Germany, German is spoken in a bunch of countries. In Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Belgium, and Luxembourg, German is the official language.  

Significant numbers of people speak German in parts of northern Italy (South Tyrol), Poland, Hungary, Denmark, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Namibia, Russia, Romania, the Czech Republic, and other places in Europe. Worldwide, there are 185 million people who speak the language, including more than 90 million native speakers. Additionally, it is one of the most widely taught foreign languages in the world. It’s also the language of Central and Eastern Europe. 

Job opportunities in Europe and India 

Germany is the biggest economy in Europe, the second-largest exporter, and the fourth biggest economy in the world by nominal GDP. So, learning it is essential. Depending on the market and your interest, the demand for German skills will vary. In general, the better your German, the more likely you are to get a job in Europe and in German companies in India. They host some of the biggest engineering firms in the world. 

In India, fluency in the German language has opened employment opportunities in fields such as medicine and healthcare, education, logistics, automobile, power and utility, mass media, entertainment, tourism, information technology, financial services, outsourcing, etc. 

Companies like BMW, Volkswagen, Bosch, Daimler, Adidas, Allianz, Deutsche Bank, Siemens, SAP, BASF, and Lufthansa are all headquartered in Germany and have a significant presence in India. You will be able to advance your career in many of these global corporations if you have German language test skills on your CV. 

Strong points

Assesses three aspects: written comprehension, grammar, and vocabulary

Gives an overall score out of 10

Provides answers to the questions

Overall score out of 10


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