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Ready for that next step? Why take Cambridge English?

It’s internationally recognised and the University of Cambridge examinations are the world's leading certificates for learners of English.
  • Cambridge English: Key (KET)
  • Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET)
  • Cambridge English: First (FCE)
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
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Cambridge English: Key (KET)

A Cambridge English: Key (KET) qualification is proof of your ability to use English to communicate in simple situations.

Cambridge English: Key certificate shows that you can:
  • Understand and use basic phrases and expressions
  • Introduce yourself and answer basic question about your personal details
  • Interact with English speakers who talk slowly and clearly
  • Write short, simple notes
Reasons to choose Cambridge English: Key
  • Improve your work, study and travel prospects.
  • Show that you have the basic language skills you need to communicate in English.
  • A wealth of materials are available to help you prepare for your exam.
  • Cambridge exam is designed to be fair to people of all nationalities and linguistic
  • Background, and is supported by a dedicated research programme.
  • Gain a valuable certificate that is accepted globally.
What level is the exam?
The exam focuses on Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). What’s this?
It shows that you can use everyday English at a basic level and have achieved a good foundation in learning English.

What’s in the exam?
Cambridge English: Key has three papers:

Reading and Writing: 1 hour 10 minutes
Shows you can understand simple written information such as signs, brochures, newspapers and magazines.

Listening: 30 minutes
Requires you to be able to understand other spoken material when people speak reasonably slowly.

Speaking: up to 10 minutes
Test your ability to take part in a conversation by answering and asking simple questions. Your speaking is conducted face-to-face with other or two other candidates. This makes your test more realistic and reliable.

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What exams are on the CEFR?

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is an international standard for describing language ability.

It is used around the world to describe learners’ language skills.

The diagram below shows all of our English exams on the CEFR.


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Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET)

A Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) qualification shows that you have mastered the basics of English and now have practical language skills for everyday use.

Cambridge English: Preliminary certificate shows that you can:
  • Understand the main points of straightforward instructions or public announcements.
  • Deal with most of the situations you might meet when travelling as a tourist in an English-speaking country.
  • Ask simple questions and take part in factual conversations in a work environment.
  • Write letters or emails or make notes on familiar matters.
Reasons to choose Cambridge English: Preliminary:
  • Develop your ability to communicate in English for practical tasks and situations.
  • Improve your work, study and travel prospects.
  • A wealth of materials are available to help you prepare for your exam.
  • Cambridge exam is designed to be fair to people of all nationalities and linguistic background, and is supported by a dedicated research programme.
  • Gain a valuable certificate that is accepted globally.
What level is the exam?
The exam focuses on Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). What’s this?
It can be used as proof of your ability to use English to communicate with native speakers for everyday purposes.

What’s in the exam?
Cambridge English: Preliminary has three papers:

Reading and Writing: 1 hour 10 minutes
Shows you can read and understand the main points from signs, journals, newspapers and magazines, and can use vocabulary and structure correctly.

Listening: 30 minutes (approx)
Requires you to be able to follow and understand a range of spoken materials including announcement and discussions about everyday life.

Speaking: 10 - 12 minutes
Test your ability to take part in a conversation; you will be required to ask and answer questions and talk about the things you like and dislike. Your speaking test will be taken face-to-face with one or two other candidates.This makes your test more realistic and realible.

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Cambridge English: First (FCE)

A Cambridge English: First (FCE) qualification proves you have the language skills to live and work independently in an English-speaking country or study on courses taught in English.

Cambridge English: First certificate shows that you can:
  • Communicate effectively face-to-face, expressing opinions and presenting arguments
  • Follow the news
  • Write clear, detailed English, expressing opinions and explaining the advantages and disadvantages of different points of view
  • Write letters, reports, stories and lots of other types of text

Reasons to choose Cambridge English: First:
  • Accepted for entry to foundation/pathway/pre-sessional courses in English-speaking countries.
  • Accepted for entry to undergraduate programmes taught in the medium of English in non-English-speaking countries.
  • Cambridge exam is designed to be fair to people of all nationalities and linguistic background, and is supported by a dedicated research programme.
  • Gain a valuable certificate that is accepted globally.
What level is the exam?
The exam focuses on Level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). What’s this?
It can be used as proof of your ability to use English to communicate with native speakers for everyday purposes.

What’s in the exam?
Cambridge English: First covers all four languages

Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - plus a Use of English component which tests knowledge of grammar
and vocabulary.

Each of the five papars carries 20% of the total marks.

Reading: 1 hour
Shows you can deal confidently with different types of text, such as fiction, newspapers and magazines.

Writing: 1 hour 20 minutes
Requires you to be able to produce two different pieces of writing, such as letters, reports, reviews and short stories.

Use of English: 45 minutes
Test your ability to use the right words, tenses and idioms in the right situation, at the right time.

Listening: 40 minutes
Requires you to be able to follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as news programme, speeches and stories.

Speaking: 14 minutes
Test your ability to communicate effectively in face-to-face situations. You will take your test with one or two other candidates. This makes your test more realistic and realible.

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Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)

Preparing for Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) helps learners develop the skills to make the most of studying, working and living in English-speaking countries.
  • Cambridge English: Advanced certificate shows that you can:
  • Follow an academic course at university level
  • Communicate effectively at a managerial and professional level
  • Participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic tutorials and seminars
  • Carry out complex and challenging research
  • Express yourself with a high level of fluency
  • React appropriately in different cultural and social situations
Reasons to choose Cambridge English: Advanced:
  • Accepted by over 6,000 eduational institutions, businesses and government departments.
  • Opens doors to international travel, work and study.
  • A wealth of materials are available to help you prepare for your exam.
  • Cambridge exam is designed to be fair to people of all nationalities and linguistic background, and is supported by a dedicated research programme.
  • Gain a valuable certificate that is accepted globally.
What level is the exam?
The exam focuses on Level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). What’s this?
It helps you open doors to international opportunity and fulfill your ambitions.

What’s in the exam?
Cambridge English: Advanced covers all four languages
Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - plus a Use of English component which tests knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.

Each of the five papars carries 20% of the total marks.

Reading: 1 hour 15 minutes
Shows you can deal confidently with different types of text.

Writing: 1 hour 30 minutes
Requires you to be able to write a variety of different items such as essays, proposals, reports and reviews.

Use of English: 1 hour
Test your ability to use the right words, tenses and idioms in the right situation, at the right time.

Listening: 40 minutes
Requires you to be able to follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as lectures, speeches and interviews.

Speaking: 15 minutes
Test your ability to communicate effectively in face-to-face situations. You will take your test with one or two other candidates. This makes your test more realistic and realible.

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