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Cambridge English, a department of Cambridge University, has signed an agreement with the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).
An English teacher from Villa Nueva, Argentina has been awarded a scholarship from a department of Cambridge University to attend a top conference held in Scotland.
Cambridge English exams accepted for Argentinian government’s scholarship programme
Cambridge English and Techfugees hosted a conference on how technology can help refugees learn English.
Cambridge English exam results can now be used to meet English language requirements for all categories of New Zealand visa.
Since July 2016 Cambridge English exams have been recognised by more institutions across the globe bringing the total number of recognising organisations to over 22,000.
According to the latest report on the growing pathways programme market, conducted by Cambridge English Language Assessment and StudyPortals, Chinese students make up approximately half of the $1.4 billion pathway market and are the most prominent source market for the 2,200+ pathway programmes around the world.
Cambridge English has opened registration for its latest open online course – which is aimed at the millions of students each year taking IELTS.
Making sure international students have the in-depth English language skills they need for success at university remains a key priority for UK Higher Education Institutions, according to an expert from Cambridge English.
‘Quality’, ‘to be trusted’, ‘worldwide recognition’ and ‘excellence of Cambridge English exams’ – these are just some of the reasons that recognising organisations give for accepting Cambridge English exams.