Latest News


Sign up for our Newsletter
Name :
E-mail :

Who is BULATS for?

Companies and organisations

primarily use BULATS in a human resources context for the assessment of language skills of job applicants and existing staff. Additionally, it is increasingly being used for the monitoring and support of language training in companies. For example, it may be used to track language gain over an extended training period. Companies and organisations also use BULATS for benchmarking purposes, setting linguistic goals and assessing employees’ achievements against these criteria.

If you are a company and would like to become a BULATS customer please click here

Language Training Institutions / Schools

predominantly use BULATS for course placement purposes, general language assessment as well as for recommendations to students in regard to the preparation for standard exams that lead to a certificated language qualification.

If you are a school and would like to become a BULATS customer please click here



can make use of BULATS in a number of ways. On the one hand, they can use BULATS as an indicator of language ability in a CV. Alternatively, individuals can use BULATS to confirm the assessment of a standard certificate (e.g. First Certificate in English) which may have been obtained sometime in the past. It can also serve as a recommendation to an individual as to which standard exam he or she should prepare for.

If you would like to take a BULATS test please click here to find a test location near you!

Get your BULATS account now!

BULATS Online for schools or companies:

Please fill in the BULATS Online application form in order to get your online account. As soon as your account is set up, you will receive an 
e-mail confirmation with all necessary details. We strongly recommend to change your password regularly!

click here

cambridge platinum centre cambridge english professional english for life Cambridge Examinations on-line shop

alliancefrancaise universidad de salamanca goethe institut inter nationes university of cambridge