Where can I collect my certificate? | Euroexam

Where can I collect my certificate?

 


Once you have successfully passed your exam, you will receive your state-accredited certificate from the Euroexams. You can always check the exact address of the exam partner on the Exam Results page.

If you registered for your exam at the Euroexam Centre, every exam-related administration takes place there, therefore you can pick up your certificate in person at Tábor utca 5. during office hours (2 PM to 6 PM on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 AM to 1 PM on Tuesday and Thursday).
Everyone else can pick up their certificate from the exam partner whose name and address is given on the online account.


The state-accredited language exam certificates arrive at the Exam Centre about 3-4 weeks after the announcement of the results at the very latest, and can be picked up at every exam partner’s office 4-5 days later.
We do not send a separate notification about the arrival of the certificate, but immediately publish it on our website and our Facebook page.

You can pick up your certificate...

...in person:

We automatically forward your exam certificate to the Euroexam partner*, which organized the exam you participated in .You can pick it up at their reception after showing your ID card, driving license or passport.

...through an authorized representative:

You have the opportunity to authorize somebody to pick up your certificate for you. For this purpose, you have to produce a proper written authorization form signed by two witnesses, as well. Then the authorized person can act on your behalf by submitting the authorization form and showing his or her own ID card.

Download authorization form

...by post:

You can request the posting of the exam certificate. You have to hand in a written request at the Euroexam partner*, which organized the exam you participated in. They will then post the certificate after receiving your written request. The postal fee is paid by you. We do not take responsibility for any certificates damaged or lost in the post.

* This does not always coincide with the location of the exam.