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Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages “Cambridge English Language Assessment offers the world’s leading range of certificates for learners and teachers of English: every year more than four million people take our examinations to make their ambitions for study, work, or travel a reality. Thousands of educational organisations, employers, government agencies, immigration authorities and professional bodies more »

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KET, PET, KET and PET for Schools Exams

KET (CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: KEY) Council of Europe Framework level A2. KET tests the most basic communication needs in everyday situations and is suitable for students aged thirteen and over and adults. It is an elementary level exam and can be achieved after approximately 200 hours of learning. Check out the exam content or download the more »

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Advanced (CAE) FAQ

How secure is the Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam? What Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) result is accepted for applying for an Australian student visa? Is Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) the same as the Certificate in Advanced English? Why should I take Cambridge English: Advanced? Will the university I want to apply to have heard of more »

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Studying and working internationally

Increasingly, English is becoming the language of international business. Some sectors, e.g. industries and engineering, use English as the common language of communication in international projects. If you are looking to fast-track your career, a good knowledge of English will help you gain employment, not only in English-speaking countries, but anywhere in the world. English more »

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