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Three digital experts from Cambridge Assessment English picked up awards at a prestigious awards ceremony designed to recognise women in technology in the East of England. The DevelopHer Awards were set up in 2015 to recognise achievements of women currently in the industry and to inspire future generations.
The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs has renewed its recognition of the C1 Advanced qualification as proof of English proficiency for all visa programmes.
Cambridge Assessment English and the Ministry of Education in Cyprus has set up a pilot project which will to give state school students more access to English language learning and assessment materials.
The Occupational English Test (OET), the English language test for healthcare professionals, held a successful first-ever Healthcare Communication Forum in India at Le Meridien Kochi on 30 November.
The Occupational English Test (OET) is now recognised by the Dental Council of Ireland, giving a wider range of overseas-trained dental professionals the opportunity to sit OET to prove English language proficiency when applying for professional registration or Dental Council Examinations.
People applying to volunteer at the Tokyo Games 2020 can use Cambridge English Qualifications and other tests to prove their English language ability.
Joint Commission International (JCI) and the Occupational English Test (OET) have worked together to publish Communicating Clearly and Effectively to Patients: How to Overcome Common Communication Challenges in Healthcare, a white paper to help healthcare organisations improve communication efforts with their patients. The publication was written by JCI and sponsored by OET.
The Occupational English Test (OET) is now recognised by Irish multi-profession health regulator CORU, giving a wide range of overseas-trained healthcare professionals the opportunity to sit OET to prove English language proficiency to work in Ireland.
International students currently contribute £22.6 billion to the UK economy (Higher Education Policy Institute report) and the post-Brexit landscape for universities across the UK is one of uncertainty. This week, key stakeholders from across the UK and Europe came together to present their latest figures on the higher education sector and voice their concerns regarding international student enrolment post-Brexit at the Brexit – Leading the way in international admissions and recruitment – Europe: Collaborate or compete? seminar at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London.
In the last six months 392 new organisations started recognising Cambridge English Qualifications.