Cambridge English (ESOL) Exams
The Cambridge ESOL exams are amongst the world’s best-known qualifications for learners of English. The exams cover all four language skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing – and assess the candidates’ ability to use a variety of structures and functions in authentic situations.
Cambridge English (also known as ESOL) is a department of Cambridge University. Their English exams CPE, CAE, FCE, PET and KET are recognised around the world by thousands of employers, universities and government ministries as proof of ability to use English.
Cambridge developed the IELTS exam in conjunction with the British Council and IELTS Australia.
Cambridge ESOL have a range of business English examinations including BULATS and BEC.
Cambridge ESOL also helped to develop the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) — an internationally recognised level of language ability.