St Petersburg University holds the Persian language proficiency test again
On 10 April, St Petersburg University will hold the second session of the Persian language proficiency test or AMFA. During computer-based testing all sanitary and hygiene requirements will be observed.
Online registration for AMFA is available here.
In 2020, the test was not conducted due to the lockdown measures. Now everyone who is interested can test their level of Persian.
AMFA (the Persian language proficiency test) is the online official international test of Persian language proficiency held on the basis of the order of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution of the Islamic Republic of Iran of 2018. In Russia, St Petersburg University is the only institution entitled to hold this test based on the agreement with the Saadi Foundation. The previous test session took place in 2019.
St Petersburg University offers the widest range of foreign language proficiency tests among the universities of the Russian Federation. Tests in 24 languages can be taken here. Find more information at the Language Testing Centre at St Petersburg University.
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