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Francesca Woodward, Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment English, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of Cambridge Assessment with the China International Talent Exchange Foundation, which will see more people in China get access to internationally recognised English language qualifications for teachers and learners of English.
The Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia has announced that high school students who achieve a high level of English will be able to take the C1 Advanced qualification from Cambridge Assessment English, in place of their school-leaving English test which is set at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference.
Cambridge Assessment English hosted the Annual General Meeting for AIBSE (Associazione Internazionale British Schools of English).
A group of schools from across Europe, who prepare students for Cambridge English Qualifications, have received awards from Cambridge Assessment English, part of the University of Cambridge.
Cambridge Assessment English welcomed 12 official exam centres from around the world to Triangle, Cambridge Assessment’s headquarters in Cambridge.
Experts from Cambridge Assessment English will be taking part in the IATEFL annual conference in Liverpool, UK, 1–5 April 2019.
New research identifies the impact of strong social and professional relationships on trainee teachers’ retention and performance, and highlights how training organisations can better support these.
Cambridge Assessment English has won a prestigious alliance award for their work which has helped thousands of people get the skills they need to teach English to refugees.
The official Cambridge English Facebook page is ranked number 1 on two leading social media benchmarking sites. The page has nearly 6 million likes and provides daily tips for a growing community of people learning English and preparing for internationally recognised Cambridge English Qualifications.