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More than 13,500 organisations globally recognise Cambridge English exams

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We are delighted to announce that as of April 2013 more than 13,500 organisations recognise Cambridge English exams. In what has been a remarkable year in terms of new recognising institutions for our exams and coinciding with the celebration of our Centenary400 new recognising organisations from 31 countries have been added to our Global Online Recognition Database over the last few months. Here are just some of the highlights from around the world:

  • Cass Business School (University of London) Dubai now recognises CAE for admissions.
  • Association of English Medium Secondary Schools (EMI ASSO) in Hong Kong recognises YLE, KET and PET.
  • PET, FCE, CAE, CPE and IELTS are recognised for school-leaving exemption in Estonia.
  • Thu Dau Mot University and Phan Thiet College in Vietnam have adopted Cambridge English exams as benchmarks for their students.
  • Mohyun  Elementary School in South Korea has recognised YLE, KET and PET exams.
  • The Catholic Institute, Faculty of Business Studies, Slovenia has agreed to use BEC as the exit exam of their Business English classes.

Cambridge English Language Assessment provides the world’s leading range of qualifications for learners and teachers of English.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

May 24, 2013 at 10:00 am

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  1. Reblogged this on ENGLISH LANGUAGE REVIEW 4U.

    Paul Rafferty

    June 1, 2013 at 8:30 pm

  2. Yes, Cambridge English exams DO have worldwide recognition…


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