Michigan Language Assessment tests are used for a variety of purposes in different countries.
The Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English is used to demonstrate high-intermediate (CEFR level B2) proficiency in English for education or professional purposes, typically outside the United States and Canada.
The Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English is used to demonstrate advanced (CEFR level C2) proficiency in English for educational or professional purposes, typically outside the United States and Canada.
The Michigan English Language Assessment Battery is used to apply to colleges and universities where English is the medium of instruction.
The Michigan English Test is used to document level of proficiency in English ranging from CEFR level A2 to C1 for educational or employment purposes, typically outside the United States and Canada.
MET Go! is a new, multilevel test designed in full color, specifically for learners aged 11–15. MET Go! is available beginning in November 2018.
Michigan Young Learners English tests are used to test young learners on their use of American English.
The GSI OET is used by students at the University of Michigan to test the spoken English of prospective graduate student instructors whose undergraduate education was at an institution in which the language of instruction was not English.