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Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in UAE recognises Cambridge English: Advanced

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Cambridge English: Advanced has been officially recognised by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in UAE as proof of English language ability.

Students planning to study on undergraduate or graduate programs in the United Arab Emirates can now use the test to prove their English ability when applying for courses. The Ministry made the decision after reviewing related research about the test and visiting a Cambridge English exam centre at the end of last year.

Cambridge English: Advanced provides an in-depth evaluation of a candidate’s ability at an advanced level across all four language skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing. The exam is focused at a high level and provides an in-depth assessment rather than just a ‘snapshot’ of language ability.

Zara Shahid Khan, Marketing Manager – UAE for Cambridge English Language Assessment says, “The Cambridge English: Advanced exam is specifically designed for students who need to use English in higher education or professional life. Students who pass the test will have the language skills and confidence they need to use English in the classroom and in social situations. This will help them have a positive study experience which is a really important part of university or college life.”

The Commission for Academic Accreditation, part of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, joins the 4,000 universities, employers and government agencies worldwide who recognise the test.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

February 5, 2014 at 12:42 pm

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