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English language courses and exams developed by experts in Cambridge are having a positive impact on children's learning in schools in Vietnam, according to a study. Uyen Pham shares her thoughts on the findings.
Experts from Cambridge University Press & Assessment have collaborated with Microsoft to launch a new winter-themed Minecraft world to help children learn English. Gormi’s Winter Wonderland is Cambridge’s second foray into using Minecraft as an English language learning resource following the success of the award-wining Adventures in English with Cambridge Episode 1
Bestselling author Penny Ur OBE, who has written extensively on English language teaching for Cambridge, has won the Outstanding Achievement award at this year’s ELTons.
Graeme Harrison, head of impact operations in our English language learning team, looks at how confidence and motivation can make all the difference when learning a language.
Cambridge English Qualifications are now integrated into the Coalition for College’s application, which helps thousands of students apply for a place at US universities.
The US government has recognised selected Cambridge English exams as proof of English language ability for healthcare professionals coming to work in the US.
Cambridge recently hosted an online conference and a series of webinars to support Ukrainian teachers and learners living in Ukraine or in different countries following invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation. Hundreds of teachers attended the sessions and had a chance to ask questions to experts and to share their first-hand experiences of teaching and supporting learners whose lives have been disrupted.
The UK and Ireland’s English language teaching sector went through multiple periods of disruption during the Covid-19 pandemic with restrictions on travel and face-to-face teaching. Many teachers had to leave the profession and the resulting teacher shortage has created huge opportunities to work in the sector, according to an expert from Cambridge.
Cambridge University Press & Assessment is relaunching its award-winning MOOC which is designed to train volunteers and language teachers working with refugees. The free online course focusses on the skills needed to support the social and linguistic needs of refugees.
Mexico’s first public bilingual university, which teaches many of its subjects in English, is seeing student success stories right across the board.