Cambridge English combines the experience and expertise of Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press.
Cambridge English Language Assessment is the new name for University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations.
The new name and new logo will be introduced gradually during 2013, and our exams, certificates, statements of results and other official documentation, will change from November 2013.
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Cambridge English: Key, also known as Key English Test (KET), is a basic level qualification that shows you can use English to communicate in simple situations. It shows you have made a good start in learning English.
Around 2,800 centres worldwide offer Cambridge English exams. Find a centre near you and register to take your exam.
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Every year, thousands of people who want to improve their English take Cambridge English: Key.
Why take Cambridge English: Key?
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Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE)
Cambridge English: Key (KET)
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools
Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET)
Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools
Cambridge English: First (FCE)
Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools
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A record number of organisations now use Cambridge English exams as proof of English language ability.
Cambridge Assessment has appointed Saul Nassé as the new Chief Executive of its English language arm Cambridge English Language Assessment.
Cambridge English Language Assessment took part in a debate hosted by Cambridge Assessment on the ways in which technology might transform education and assessment.
Cambridge English Language Assessment is working with the Ministry of Education in Malaysia to carry out an in-depth study of the learning, teaching and assessment of English in Malaysian schools.
The number of international students using Cambridge English: Advanced and Cambridge English: Proficiency when applying to UK universities has increased by over 300 per cent since 2011 – according to figures from Cambridge English Language Assessment.
Cambridge English Language Assessment is to launch a major new initiative to help national and regional governments raise standards of language teaching and learning around the world.
Cambridge English Language Assessment organises hundreds of events worldwide every year. The events range from seminars for teachers, attendance at local, national and international English language teaching events, and the organisation of the major testing and assessment conferences. We also run a very well-attended programme of webinars throughout the year.
Cambridge English Language Assessment offers you lots of ways of using online communities to get the most out of learning or teaching English.
© UCLES 2014
© UCLES 2014