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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.
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.
Foon Yew High School in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, is using Cambridge Assessment English's CELT-S qualification to build the skills and confidence of its English teachers. Foon Yew High School, set up in 1913, is the largest Chinese independent school in the country in terms of both students and campus size, with over 10,000 students.
Harvard University has confirmed that students who have taken a C1 Advanced or a C2 Proficiency qualification can now submit their scores when applying for a place on undergraduate programmes at Harvard College.
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.