|Cambridge Assessment English examinations|
As a department of the University of Cambridge and part of a university with a global reputation for academic excellence, Cambridge English creates insights, derived from research and expertise. Combining all of this ensures its unique approach meets the real-life needs of learners through inclusive and accessible products and services. The learning experiences all of this creates could only come from Cambridge.
The English language qualifications are backed by outstanding support for learners and teachers and by world-class research, consultancy and quality management. Cambridge English is a not-for-profit part of the University of Cambridge and a division of the Cambridge Assessment group.
Cambridge English constantly reviews the exams it provides to ensure they are accurate, relevant and fair. They listen carefully to feedback from test takers, teachers, centres and other professionals in the language learning and assessment world. Sometimes this feedback identifies areas where there is a demand for an entirely new exam If you would like to find out more about how the exams are produced please click here.
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Cambridge English exams are recognised by over 25,000 universities, employers and governments around the world. Its English language tests can open doors to higher education, improve employment opportunities and, because they are globally recognised, can increase your choices for study or work.
The exams are linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), published by the Council of Europe, making simple for employers, universities and other organisations to specify levels of language ability and easy for learners to choose the right exam.
Cambridge Assessment English was one of the organisations involved in the early development of this language benchmark, wich is used internationally to describe language ability. Cambridge English remains at the hearth of the development of the CEFR through being a key partner in English Profile, a research programme that will further develop the CEFR, providing detailed descriptions of learner English at each of the six levels.
To find organisations, employers, universities, colleges and other organisations that recognise Cambridge English exams, visit the Cambridge English Recogniton Online Database.
Results verification: a secure and quick way to verify candidate results
You can check the authenticity of any Cambridge English result by using the online Results Verification Service. This free service is secure, easy to use, and means you can be certain that a candidate’s result is valid. You will be able to see an applicant’s Statement of Results and a photo taken on the day of the test.
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