Cambridge ESOL Examinations
Cambridge ESOL examinations are known all over the world and are accepted by universities, employers and education authorities in many countries as evidence of the required standards in English. Cambridge ESOL has a wide range of examinations for learners, covering general and/or academic use, business use and young learners.
The Cambridge ESOL examinations shown on this page are amongst the world's best known qualifications for learners of English. Each examination covers the four main language skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - and assesses the ability to use a variety of structures and functions in authentic situations. Assessment of Cambridge examinations is linked to the Common European Framework.
General English Exams
KET (Key English Test) CEF Level A2
PET (Preliminary English Test) CEF Level B1
FCE (First Certificate in English) CEF Level B2
CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) CEF Level C1
CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) CEF Level C2
Professional English Exams
BEC (Business English Certificates) CEF Levels B1 to C1
Young Learners English
YLE (Young Learners English) CEF Levels Below A1 to A2
More information about the above and other Cambridge exams may be found at Cambridge ESOL.