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Cambridge Examination Preparation Courses – FCE,CAE, CPE

About FCE – Upper Intermediate Level

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. This exam is the logical step in your language learning journey between Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) and Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE).

The FCE (Cambridge First) is a world-wide qualification at upper intermediate level (B2). It is equivalent to IELTS 5 – 6.

Level: Upper Intermediate CEFRLB2+ (What’s this?

The preparation course of FCE is aimed at people who want to:

  • Work/are starting to work in an English-speaking environment,
  • Wish to study on a Foundation course,
  • Live in an English-speaking country

This course is not a General English course, but is designed to prepare you for the exam. Therefore, your level of English should be upper intermediate at the start of the course. You will be tested before starting the course, to ensure you have the appropriate level of English for the course.

You will be prepared for all 4 parts of the exams (Reading and Use of English, Writing, Listening and Speaking). You will also have the opportunity to practise each part of the exam as well as receive feedback on your performance and tips on how to improve.

Tuesday 4pm – 6pm, 9 Jan – 13 March or 17 April – 19 June

It will be £100 in total for 9 weeks.

We do not enter you for the exam; you will need to do this yourself by applying on the Cambridge Open Centre website: http://www.cambridgeopencentre.org/ 
Exam fees in 2017/18 are approximately £140.

About CAE – Advanced Level

The CAE (Cambridge Advanced = C1) is a world-renowned qualification which demonstrates that you have a high level of English and are able to use the language both in a professional and an academic environment. It is equivalent to IELTS 6.5 – 7.5.

LEVEL: Advanced CEFRL C1 – C2 (What’s this?

This course is not a General English course, but is designed to prepare you for the exam and requires you to have an advanced level of English from the start. Having the FCE certificate prior to joining this course is an advantage, but is not essential as you will be tested before starting to ensure you have the appropriate level of English for the course.

You will be prepared for all 4 parts of the exams (Reading and Use of English, Writing, Listening and Speaking). You will also have the opportunity to practise each part of the exam and receive feedback on your performance and tips on how to improve.

Tuesday 4pm – 6pm, 9 Jan – 20 March (£115 in total for 10 weeks), or 17 April – 19 June (£100 in total for 9 wks)

We do not enter you for the exam; you will need to do this yourself by applying on the Cambridge Open Centre website: http://www.cambridgeopencentre.org/ 
Exam fees in 2017/18 are approximately £146.

About CPE – Mater Level

The CPE (Cambridge Proficiency) is the most advanced qualification in the suite of General English exams offered by the University of Cambridge Examinations department (C2). It is recognised worldwide as demonstrating that you have reached a high level of English and are comfortable using the language in a diverse set of circumstances; for
example, in post-graduate study or in a professional capacity. The CPE is equivalent to IELTS 8+.

LEVEL: Advanced CEFRL C2 (What’s this?)

Having the CAE certificate prior to joining this course is an advantage, but is not essential as you will be tested before starting to ensure you have the appropriate level of English for the course.

You will be prepared for all 4 parts of the exams (Reading and Use of English, Writing, Listening and Speaking). You will also have the opportunity to practise each part of the exam and receive feedback on your performance and tips on how to improve.

Tuesday 4pm – 6pm, 11 Jan – 24 May

The tuition fee is £170 in total for 17 weeks

Exam fees in 2016/17 are approximately £153
We do not enter you for the exam; you will need to do yourself by applying on the Cambridge Open Centre website:
http://www.cambridgeopencentre.org/ Course fees do not include materials.

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Cambridge Campus Status

Cambridge Campus open and running as normal.
Updated: 10/12/17

Huntingdon Campus Status

Huntingdon Campus open and running as normal.
Updated: 10/12/17