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Francesca Woodward, Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment English, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of Cambridge Assessment with the China International Talent Exchange Foundation, which will see more people in China get access to internationally recognised English language qualifications for teachers and learners of English.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed at the 2019 conference of International Exchange in Shenzhen, China. Francesca Woodward, Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment English, gave the keynote speech at the event. She said:
‘We’re really looking forward to working more closely with the China International Talent Exchange Foundation. The agreement is a real milestone for us because it will form an important strategic collaboration between our two organisations. This will mean that even more ambitious students and teachers in China will get access to internationally recognised qualifications from Cambridge Assessment English.’
Cambridge Assessment English has been working in China since the early 1990s. It produces the world’s leading range of qualifications and tests for learners and teachers of English, which are taken by more than 5 million people each year in over 130 countries and open up huge opportunities for ambitious students and professionals across China and rest of the world. The qualifications are recognised by more than 20,000 universities, employers and governments around the world, including many big names in China such as National Education Examination Authority, Hebei Education Department and Beijing Foreign Studies University.