Cambridge English exams are the world’s leading range of certificates for learners of English. Each year they are taken by over 1.75 million people, in 135 countries and are recognised by universities and employers throughout the world.

Why Cambridge Exam Preparation?

  • Get an internationally recognised certificate from Cambridge university
  • Unlike IELTS, Cambridge certificate has unlimited validity
  • Cambridge course levels

    There are usually four levels to prepare for the cambridge exam:

    • Preliminary English Test (PET) :
      PET is an intermediate level examination. It indicates that you have practical skills for everyday communication in English. It also shows that you can read simple textbooks and articles in English, write letters and emails on familiar subjects and take meeting notes. For many students it is the logical first step towards other Cambridge examinations such as FCE.
    • First Certificate in English (FCE) :
      The Cambridge First Certificate English (FCE) Preparation program is an upper intermediate level qualification for people who need to prove they can use everyday written and spoken English for work or study purposes. It indicates that your level of English is sufficient for practical use in clerical, secretarial and managerial jobs in many industries. You can use all basic grammatical structures and some more complex.
    • Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) :
      The Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) is recognised by employers as proof of advanced ability in English and also by universities and vocational colleges.
    • Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) :
      CPE is a very advanced level examination. It recognises the ability to communicate with confidence in English in most everyday situations, including work and academic contexts.
  • Course Cost (Range) : $400 – $450 per week
  • Course Duration : 12 weeks
  • Course Intake : Cambridge courses are usually closed courses. They have fixed intake dates every three months

If you wish to enrol in a Cambridge course, a pre-entry test is usually required followed by another test on the course start date. Schools must assess individual language skills prior to course beginning.

By the end of the course you will:

  • Improve your reading skills to better understand written texts on general topics
  • Produce a range of texts, including letters, emails, articles, reviews, reports and essays
  • Improve your listening skills across a range of situations from short monologues to multi-person conversations between native speakers
  • Learn to use more complex sentences