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A new report shows how the leading English language test for healthcare professionals compares to an international standard of language ability – making it easier to compare it with other qualifications.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Assessment English and Kaplan Test Prep co-create livestreamed and online preparation courses for the IELTS test
Students who need the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) to study medicine, biomedicine or dentistry at university can find out more about the test from the experts who develop it in Cambridge.
Cambridge Assessment English took part in a major international education event in Washington DC.
An online course that is helping thousands of English language teachers to transfer their skills to the online environment has won a top innovation award from the British Council, at a ceremony in London.
Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press have jointly acquired Durham University’s renowned Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM).
The Cambridge English Facebook page for teachers has reached 250,000 followers. The page includes daily tips for teachers preparing students for Cambridge English Qualifications. This includes resources such as videos, blogs and live webinars.
Cambridge Assessment English, a department of the University of Cambridge, has congratulated the Panamá Bilingüe programme and the Ministry of Education on the continuing success of its teacher training programme.
Making sure international students have the in-depth English language skills for success at university is a key priority for UK Higher Education Institutions. UK universities accept C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency including big names like Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Manchester and Kings College London. C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency are the only English language exams eligible for UCAS tariff points, students applying to UK universities can gain UCAS Tariff points towards their application and improve their chances of being accepted by their chosen UK university.
Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing, developers of - the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) - is supporting the UK Medical Applicant Cohort Study, one of the largest studies ever undertaken into what motivates future UK medical students. The Study is led by researcher Dr Katherine Woolf, of UCL and funded by the National Institute for Health Research. It was launched in response to current shortfalls in NHS doctor numbers. By giving insights into what interests and engages future medical students, the Study will help improve the support given to future medical applicants.