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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.
A department of Cambridge University is giving a chance for two teachers or other language teaching professionals to join colleagues from around the world for a four day conference in Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.
IELTS Life Skills A2 fills the gap between the existing IELTS Life Skills A1 and B1 Speaking and Listening tests.
Cambridge English has achieved the new version of ISO 9001, the world's most recognised quality management standard – for their approach to designing and delivering English language examinations around the world.
Cambridge English is working with StudyPortals to support them in increasing accessibility and transparency for students researching international higher education study options.
Is it time to review traditional classroom observation? Monica Poulter from Cambridge English talks about English language teacher development at IATEFL 2016.
The number of institutions choosing to recognise Cambridge English exams has continued to grow over the last two months, with over 180 new organisations joining the list of those accepting our qualifications.
Cambridge English launches free course for people planning a career in teaching English. It is designed to give a taster of the skills and knowledge needed before setting foot in the classroom.
The board that oversees the university system in the US state of Georgia has added Cambridge English exams to its list of approved English language proficiency exams.