Cambridge English language assessments - exam preparation courses
Enhance your employability with a Cambridge Exam Preparation Course at our Canterbury campus.
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The qualification lasts for a lifetime. It’s great on the CV. And you can use it anywhere in Europe.
The Cambridge Exam Preparation course will give you the skills and knowledge to prepare for the CAE/CPE exams.
Cambridge English exams are lifelong qualifications which have a high worldwide reputation. They are an employability asset, as organisations and companies across the world recognise and trust Cambridge exams as an international benchmark. You can develop your language skills for work,
study or general purposes.
If you are a Kent student, you will earn Employability Points (10 points for the taster session and a further 45 points for completing the course). To claim your points, you need to log them on My Folio.
CAE and CPE are part of the world-renowned Cambridge main suite. Our courses are taught by tutors experienced in training for Cambridge English exams. A carefully designed study programme will help you to develop all the language and examination skills required. Courses start in September and January.
The next course begins on Tuesday 16 January 2018.
The first session is a FREE taster session where you can meet the teacher and ask any questions. This takes place from 18.00-19.30 in Keynes College room KS15. The classes then run on Tuesday evenings between 18.00-21.00 from 23 January 2018 to 3 April 2018 in room KS15. The course fee is £265.
- There are no entry requirements
- The fee does not include a textbook.
- Payment is online via our online store.
The most useful, intensive and fun English course I've ever taken. The teacher has a funny and effective way of teaching and she is always there for the students.
Course book details
CAE students - Felicity O’Dell and Annie Broadhead, 2014 (4th Edition) Objective Advanced Student’s Book with answers
CPE students – Annette Capel and Wendy Sharp 2013 (2nd edition) Objective Proficency Student’s Book with answers.
Even if you know English well Cambridge exams are difficult. It’s important to do a course as well.
Deadline for registrations:
The deadline for our Cambridge preparation courses is the Friday of the week prior to the course start date.
Notification of your withdrawal from our Cambridge preparation courses must be sent by email to email@example.com by Friday, 5.00pm of week 2 of the course. Providing we receive notification of your withdrawal by this deadline you will receive a refund, less a £50.00 administration fee.
For further information, e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into CEWL reception and speak to one of our team. You can find us in Keynes College C block.
For further information,
Or drop into CEWL reception and speak to one of our team. You can find us in Keynes College C block.
It’s a great course and the best thing is the course is part-time so you can do it after work.