In view of the large number and wide range of validated or registered ELP models now available, the Council of Europe ceases registration of ELP models. The website will continue to provide all the necessary resources, including descriptors of language proficiency at all CEFR levels and for different age groups, templates and guidelines, for compiling ELP models, which will in future be the sole responsibility of developers.

The deadline for submitting ELP models was set for 10 October 2014. Only requests from developers with models under way and who had contacted the Language Policy Unit before this deadline were taken into account.

This website will be reorganised accordingly in early 2015.

13 October 2014


What is the European Language Portfolio (ELP)?

It is a document in which those who are learning or have learned one or more languages - whether at school or outside school - can record and reflect on their language learning and intercultural experiences.

Its main aims are:

In an ELP all competence is valued, whether it was gained inside or outside formal education.
In addition: