There are currently fifty exam centres in France. They must organise CLES sessions in accordance with the guidelines provided by the National Coordination Committee. To this end, they have to set up a pool of CLES paper designers and examiners and put in place training sessions for the CLES stakeholders.

Only Higher Education Institutions can be exam centres. Applications for accreditation or renewal requests must be sent to the cluster coordinator and submitted to the Ministry of Higher Education and the National Coordination Committee, with the help of the cluster coordinator. A cluster is made up of several centres, which are each headed by a Chief Examiner in charge of organizing the CLES exams under the supervision of the cluster coordinator.

E-mail : CN CLES

Published on  July 24, 2017
Updated on July 19, 2018