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Cambridge English Language Assessment
Why Cambridge English?
As a world-leading expert in English language assessment, Cambridge English Language Assessment has wide-ranging responsibilities to the world's English learners, teachers, governments, exams administrators and academics, as well as our own employees.
The purpose of Cambridge English Language Assessment exams is to help people achieve their life goals. Thousands of education institutions, employers, professional bodies and immigration authorities around the world recognise Cambridge English Language Assessment exams, and there is a constant effort to ensure they are accepted as widely as possible.
Each year the Research and Validation team shares its findings at conferences; through the publication of Research Notes and the Studies in Language Testing series, and by providing support to PhD and other research students.
Teachers are important to us and we support them in a number of ways. We provide hundreds of free professional development events around the world. We also provide extensive advice and support for teachers through Teaching English and Cambridge English Teacher.
Cambridge English has an equal opportunities policy in place to enable all of its employees around the world to enjoy opportunities in the workplace regardless of gender, ethnic origin, age, disability or religion.
An increasing number of environmentally friendly initiatives have been incorporated into our everyday operations to reduce any damage to the environment. Recent moves to minimise our carbon footprint have included offering computer-based versions of tests, introducing paperless administration systems with exam centres, and moving towards a waste re-cycling system for our Cambridge headquarters.
As part of the University of Cambridge, we are committed to making the following classes of information available to the public:
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