For Higher Education students, results will not be communicated to the receiving institution or organisation. For Erasmus+ volunteers and VET learners, results will not be automatically communicated to other organisation(s) in the project. Only you and the institution in charge of your selection or coordinating your volunteering project will receive the results of your language assessments.
The results of the OLS language assessments do not prevent anyone from taking part in the Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps mobility programme. Results may be used by the sending institution or coordinating organisation to identify the participants most in need of linguistic support.
For Higher Education students, and in cases where the language level recommended by the receiving organisation is not achieved, a discussion will take place between the student and the Higher Education Institution to discuss any support needed by the student.
If your language level does not change during your stay abroad, it will have no direct, negative consequences on your participation in the Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps programme – however, to make the most of your stay abroad, you should be dedicated to learning the language of your studies, work or volunteering activities.
The European Commission might use aggregated data of language assessment results for statistical purposes, in order to assess the impact of the programme.