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This qualification has a minimum requirement of six hours of guided learning with a WSET course provider, including a 45-minute exam. Courses will be available in-person or online through a network of WSET course providers.
This is a fully guided course, meaning there are no private study requirements. WSET course providers will be able to offer the course in a variety of formats, for example over a single day or several evenings.
They can also offer the course through WSET’s Online Classroom – our interactive e-learning platform where you complete the course at your own pace over four weeks, under the guidance of an expert educator.
This qualification is currently available in English only.
Your learning will be assessed by a closed-book exam of 30 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 45 minutes. Exams will be available both online and in-person.
WSET is committed to making our exams fair and accessible, and ensuring that no candidate is placed at a disadvantage. If you have any special requirements or need to request reasonable adjustments, please discuss this with your chosen course provider.
When can you enrol?
This qualification is currently in the pre-launch stage, which means we are busy preparing expert beer educators around the world to offer the course and exam. We expect to have the first courses available to book in early 2024.
Courses will be offered through an international network of approved course providers. Beer courses will initially be available in-person in a limited number of markets and will also available to study online, wherever you are in the world, through WSET’s Online Classroom. We’ll be expanding the number of markets where WSET beer courses are available in-person throughout 2024 and beyond.
To register your interest in booking a WSET beer course, please complete the below form, and you’ll be the first to know when the first courses are available to book.