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Cambridge English Exams
Cambridge English Exams

Cambridge English Exams

Cambridge certifications are recognized over 25,000 employers, universities, and governments around the world.
32 Lessons / Week
(40 mins/lesson)

16 General language lessons 

Project sessions 

10 Special Interest Lessons 

2 Lecture sessions

  • Level
    Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced
  • Length
    At the end of your program
  • Start dates
    September / January / April

Earn a globally recognized certificate

Improve job prospects or gain entrance to university with a qualification that will never expire. This is an ideal course for students with a wide range of goals, from university entrance or getting a job, to measuring their current language level. 

Exam description 

Cambridge English exams can be used as proof of proficiency for university admissions, immigration or employment in most English-speaking countries. Offered in computer-based and paper-based formats, the exams test reading, writing, listening, speaking and use of English. Cambridge English Language Assessment is the part of the University of Cambridge that provides qualifications for English language learners. 

Available at:

New York, Miami Beach, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Boston, San Francisco, Honolulu, Vancouver, Vancouver Island, London, Bristol, Cambridge, Oxford, Bournemouth, Brighton, Manchester, Dublin, Malta St. Julian’s, Cape Town, Auckland, Perth and Sydney.

Exam dates & preparation courses 

All EF schools that offer Cambridge English Exam Preparation have courses tailored for March, June and December exam dates. The end date of your program can be extended to meet an exam date if required

EF Learning Guarantee
EF's Learning Guarantee
You'll advance one course level every six weeks when you attend all your classes and complete every assignment; you may move more quickly depending on your progression. Our method will guarantee that you make maximum progress – otherwise, you'll study for free until you do. *This may vary for languages other than English