The European Union has established a standardised system of evaluating language levels called The Common European Framework.
This framework  divides language learning into 6 specific levels. 

Below you will find a short description of each of these  levels as well as the Cambridge Exam courses associated with them.  

This should assist you in finding  the appropriate course level for you.
The
Bright Red
Beginner
Proficiency
Advanced
Intermediate
Elementary
Pre-Intermediate
Has little or no knowledge of the English language


Can use simple  phrases and limited vocabulary to communicate.
Can take part in a variety of conversational subjects.
Uses basic structures and vocabulary.
A better control of structures and vocabulary.
Errors are still frequent, but can demonstrate a good level of   understanding .

Wide  range  of structures used with a fair degree of accuracy.
Some typical errors still prevailing. Good overall comprehension and wide vocabulary.

Communicates very well using most structures accurately. Can talk about a wide range of topics using appropriate vocabulary and using some idiomatic language.
 
Exam:
Cambridge
KET
A 2
Exams:
Cambridge
PET
BEC Prelim

B 1
Exams:
Cambridge
First Certificate
BECVantage
Exams:
Cambridge Advanced
BEC Higher

Exams
Cambridge
Proficiency
TOEFL
TOEIC
A 1
C1
B2
C2
General English Examinations

KET (Key English Test) >>
An elementary level exam, testing your ability to deal with basic written and spoken communications. 

PET (Preliminary English Test) >>
An intermediate level exam, testing your ability to cope with everyday written and spoken communications.

FCE (First Certificate in English) >>
An upper intermediate level exam - ideal if you can deal confidently with a range of written and spoken communications.

CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) >>
An advanced exam - if you can communicate with confidence in English for work or study purposes, this is the exam for you.

CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) >>
A very advanced level exam - perfect if you have achieved a high level of language skills and are able to function effectively in almost any English-speaking context.

Business English Examinations

BEC (Business English Certificates) >>
A suite of three exams designed to test English language ability used in the context of business. They are ideal if you are preparing for a career in business.

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European Framework & Cambridge Exams
Specialist Professional English

ILEC (International Legal English Certificate)

ICFE (International Certificate in Financial English)