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Cambridge English Language Assessment
Why Cambridge English?
Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) is and advanced level qualification set at Level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Holders of Cambridge English: Advanced will have the ability to use English effectively and perform confidently in social, professional and higher education situations. It shows that a candidate has the language ability to carry out complex research, communicate effectively at a professional level, and have the necessary communication skills for everyday business and study activities.
Cambridge English: Advanced is recognised by thousands of educational institutions, employers, governments and other organisations throughout the world including:
The exam is also accepted by:
Listed below are some examples of organisations which have used CAE as an indication of English language proficiency.
US institutions listed as undergraduate will include non-matriculated programs (ESL, Certificate, Diploma, Extension); non-Carnegie classified schools and programs (Associate, Bachelor's, Master's, Specialised, Certificate or Diploma); and non-Carnegie classified culinary programs and schools (Associate, Specialised, Certificate/Diploma).
Information about the Cambridge English recognition database
The information within this database is updated frequently, but the entry and proficiency requirements of individual institutions, organisations and departments may vary. It is important that you contact an individual organisation directly for more detailed information on their specific requirements. To find out more about IELTS recognition, search the IELTS database.