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Experts from Cambridge Assessment English will be delivering a ground-breaking new Master’s degree in English Language Assessment in collaboration with Cambridge Language Sciences Interdisciplinary Research Centre and Cambridge University’s Institute for Continuing Education.
Pharmacists who are interested in working in Britain can now benefit from a decision from The General Pharmaceutical Council about how they can prove their English language ability.
Language assessment experts from across Europe will come together to discuss the challenges that Covid-19 has posed to their sector. The ALTE International Digital Symposium 2021 will address key themes relevant to safeguarding the future of multilingual language assessment in and after the Covid era. The online event will use the latest VR technology to give delegates an interactive and engaging conference experience.
Michigan Language Assessment has launched MET Go! Digital, the online counterpart of the MET Go! test. It will be available as a computer-based test giving students aged 11 to 15 the option to take it either at home or at a centre.
Cambridge Assessment English is supporting a prestigious grant scheme which will provide funding for doctoral research in a range of areas associated with teaching and learning English.
Cambridge Assessment English has teamed up with China’s National Education Examinations Authority (NEEA) to establish an Innovation Centre to support English language teaching, learning and assessment in China.
Two top ranked graduate schools for public policy and administration have joined the growing list of education organisations around the world that accept Cambridge English exams as proof of English language ability.
The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) is the largest post-secondary institute in British Columbia. BCIT courses require a proficiency in technical academic English and as it transformed its international student pathway programme, the Institute needed an accurate, objective English placement test to ensure students received the right teaching and support to drive success. BCIT selected Linguaskill as placement test for their students.
The Medical University of Gdańsk in Poland is now accepting results from the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) for students applying to study their English-taught, 6-year Doctor of Medicine programme. The university joins a growing list of medical schools across Poland who are already accepting BMAT.
2020 has been a busy year for dictionary makers with a wave of new words and changes in meaning of older words, according to an English language learning expert from Cambridge. Dr Nick Saville from Cambridge Assessment English says English speakers have learned a lot of new vocabulary this year, including Coronavirus, Covid, Furlough, R-Rate and many more, not to mention Zoom.