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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.
Cambridge Assessment English and China’s National Education Examinations Authority (NEEA) celebrated 25 years of collaboration with a special meeting in Cambridge that brought together experts from both organisations.
France’s Ministry of National Education is rolling out certification of English for students in their final year of secondary schooling, using tests developed by Cambridge Assessment English. The new tests will also be offered to students preparing for some ‘BTS’ technical higher education qualifications.
CELTA, the leading teaching English language teaching qualification that has helped hundreds of thousands of people qualify as a teacher of English as a Second Language, is celebrating its 30th birthday.
BMAT marks 15 years of helping medical schools around the world select students with the potential to succeed.
English language institutions operate across North America and more and more of them accept Cambridge English exams as a requirement for recruitment, or training and development of teachers.
Cambridge Assessment English held the first in a series of digital showcase events for our global teams across the world to learn about how we’re driving digital innovation across the organisation. The event was a great chance to hear the latest thinking from the experts in Cambridge on digital approaches to learning and assessing English.
For the tenth year running Cambridge Assessment English and the Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE) held an event at the European Parliament to celebrate the European Day of Languages.
Managers who run authorised Cambridge Assessment English exam centres around the world were invited to Cambridge for an induction and a series of meetings with the experts behind the Cambridge English exams.