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Cambridge Assessment English has moved to Triangle, a new purpose-built headquarters, along with the rest of the Cambridge Assessment group.
An English teacher from Coahuila, Mexico was invited to meet language learning experts in Cambridge to talk about her creative approach to teaching English.
Cambridge English exams are helping students in Peru get the confidence they need to study at universities in the UK, according to an expert from Cambridge Assessment English.
An expert from Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing presented on the benefits of admissions tests to a group of secondary school students at an event hosted by The Brilliant Club.
Cambridge Assessment English supported Brains Eden 2018 – the UK’s largest international student games festival, which was held at Anglia Ruskin University.
Hundreds of people tuned in to watch a team from Cambridge Assessment English talk about the work they are doing to increase access to English language learning for refugees.
Cambridge Assessment English has trialed a new staff development initiative which gives employees the opportunity to identify and improve their intercultural skills, and share their own experiences of living and working in different countries. The workshop explored the participants’ own cultural values and experiences and compared them to other cultures.
Cambridge Assessment, a not for profit department of the University of Cambridge, has announced today the signing of a Memorandum of Collaboration with SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) to better support teachers and students teach as well as learn English.
Cambridge Assessment English, a not for profit department of the University of Cambridge, and Kawaijuku Educational Institute have announced the formation of the Cambridge Assessment Japan Foundation, which aims to support effective language learning in Japan by increasing public awareness of the Cambridge English Qualifications and providing greater opportunities for people in Japan to take these internationally recognised examinations.
Christine Nuttall, Acting Chief Executive at Cambridge Assessment English, was a guest speaker at a women’s networking event held at Cambridge University Press.