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The recently published 2017 Open Doors® Report on International Educational Exchange, from the Institute of International Education, lists the leading US host institutions for international students – and a number of them recognise C1 Advanced for international admissions.
The prestigious École Polytechnique, Paris, recently became the 8,000th institution to recognise C1 Advanced, accepting the qualification for admissions to its undergraduate degree courses.
Internationally trained doctors seeking to register and work in the UK and Ireland will now be able to use OET — the Occupational English Test — as proof of English proficiency for registration.
Over 250 organisations have formally recognised Cambridge Assessment English exams and tests since September 2017. The exams are designed to help people learn English and prove their skills to the world.
95 undergraduates from the Institute of Economics and Management at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University in Kaliningrad, Russia, took part in pretesting for Linguaskill, a new test from Cambridge Assessment English.
A new test that is simplifying English language testing for organisations is proving popular around the world. Linguaskill from Cambridge Assessment English is an on-demand and easy to set-up English language test aimed at organisations and universities. It is already being used in different sectors in Mexico, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Switzerland, Thailand, UAE and by the global higher education chain Laureate.
A year on from the referendum, Cambridge Assessment English (Cambridge English) has assembled leading experts from the higher education sector to debate the impact of Brexit on international recruitment on UK universities.
Nurses and midwives who want to work in the UK will now be able to take an English language test designed specifically for healthcare professionals.
Cambridge Assessment English and the global education information platform, StudyPortals, have been collaborating since 2011 in helping students choose courses that match their academic and professional aspirations. Recently, the two organisations carried out another collaboration which ran from August 2016 to July this year.
Cambridge Assessment, a department of the University of Cambridge responsible for providing exams and education systems in over 170 countries is rebranding two of its exam boards in collaboration with leading consultancy BrandCap.