The CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) is an internationally recognized standard for describing language ability. It provides a clear, consistent method of assessing and teaching English proficiency, divided into six levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2. Each level outlines specific learning objectives in four key areas: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.

At the Kenya Institute of Foreign Languages and Professional Studies (KIFLAPS), our CEFRL-aligned English courses are designed to help students achieve their language goals through a structured curriculum. Our courses use high-quality materials and experienced instructors to ensure the best learning experience.

The duration for each level is tailored to fit various study plans:

  • Regular: 6 months
  • Intensive: 3 months
  • Super-Intensive: 2 months
  • Accelerated: 1 month

The course materials include comprehensive coursebooks, audio CDs, flashcards, and online exercises, all designed to enhance the learning process in the four key areas of language acquisition. Through this structured approach, students will develop a solid foundation in English, allowing them to communicate effectively and confidently in various contexts.

KIFLAPS is committed to providing an immersive and supportive learning environment that meets international standards, ensuring our students are well-prepared for their personal, academic, and professional endeavors.