English-language proficiency is a major asset for your professional success. More than ever, employers are hiring individuals with strong English language skills to work in international businesses. However, as the global job market becomes more challenging, candidates are competing against hundreds of other applicants with similar backgrounds. By adding an English assessment test score to your CV, you can gain the competitive edge you need to stand out.

Are you looking for a job?

Demonstrate your English skills to potential employers

Accepted and trusted by more than 14,000 organisations, TOEIC® tests assess your English-language skills across four essential language areas: listening, reading, speaking and writing. If you’re looking for a fair, accurate evaluation of your English language abilities that shows potential employers your complete range of skills, makes you stand out from the competition and expands your job opportunities, TOEIC® tests are right for you.

TOEIC® tests measure the English language skills people need to work effectively in an international environment. Being recognised by some of the world’s major global organisations, TOEIC tests scores help job seekers advance their careers every year.

Are you looking to switch jobs?

Gain a competitive advantage

TOEIC® tests are designed to measure the English language skills people need to work in an international environment. Every year, job seekers take a range of TOEIC tests to help advance their careers, and the results are recognised by some of the world’s major global organisations.

Available for language learners of all levels, TOEIC tests can assess individual language skills (e.g., reading) or provide in-depth assessment of all four language areas (listening, reading, speaking and writing). With a TOEIC score on your resume, you can gain a competitive advantage in the international job market.

The official preparation book was very useful to prepare for the TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests, I also benefited from the help of a teacher which help improved my English proficiency.

Kevin, 25 year-old, Jobseeker (Essonne)

Do you want to qualify for a promotion or international mobility?

The first step toward English-language success

If you are not a native English speaker, you will have to prove your English to your employer. One of the best ways to do this is by adding an English assessment test score to your resume. For any international company, strong English skills are a requirement for allowing employees international mobility.

A TOEIC® test score can help you qualify for promotion or seek job opportunities abroad. Our scores provide you with meaningful feedback about your strengths and weaknesses for all four language skills (listening, reading, speaking and writing).

Additionally, an ETS certificate of achievement is available upon request. TOEIC® Programme scores can also be mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), a measure of English language skills recognized and used worldwide.

To get a promotion at work, I needed to take the TOEIC test. I practiced with official online preparation tools.

Anonyme, 40 year-old, Jobholder (Ile-de-France)

Continuing your education?

The premier English-language test for admissions worldwide

Studying abroad is one of the best ways to improve your English-language skills while getting a diploma. To help you with your international studies, we offer the TOEFL® test, one of the world’s most widely accepted and popular English assessment tests.

Give yourself an edge with the TOEFL® test, the leading English-language test for studying and working abroad, as well as obtaining visas and immigration paperwork. TOEFL scores are accepted by more than 10,000 universities and other institutions in over 150 countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K., the U.S. and across Europe and Asia. You can stand out from other applicants and get noticed by taking the TOEFL test and proving your English language skills.

I sat the TOEFL iBT test during my Master’s application process, it was huge asset in my case. I got a high score, thanks to that I got a scholarship.

Pamela, Wageningen University (Cochabamba, Bolivia)