Over 12,000 institutions accept Cambridge English certificates and there are over 2,700 examination centres across 130 countries.
The Cambridge Proficiency Examination was introduced in 1913 and has been accepted by universities, employers and government departments since then. This exam is used to evidence students ability to use English at a level approaching that of a native speaker.
The CPE, like other Cambridge exams, uses real-life situations. It is proof of language skills needed to communicate at the highest levels of academic and professional life.
In order to to sit for this exam you should be able to:
|Suitable for:||Advanced to Proficiency level students, the CPE is set at level C2 (Common European Framework). Also used by students wishing to undertake post graduate university education and accepted by employers worldwide.|
|Course options:||20 lessons per week (a lesson lasts 45 minutes)
30 lessons per week (a lesson lasts 45 minutes)
|Lesson times:||20 lessons per week: 11.00am - 12.30pm, 1.00pm - 2.30pm
30 lessons per week: 9.00am - 10.30am, 11.00am - 12.30pm, 1.00pm - 2.30pm
|Course content:||20 lessons per week: 2 lessons per day CPE preparation, 2 lessons per day General English
30 lessons per week: 2 lessons per day CPE preparation, 4 lessons per day General English
|Class size:||CPE Preparation: 10 students maximum
General English: 15 students maximum
|Start days:||Any day of the week from Monday to Friday|
|Course duration:||We recommend a minimum of 4 weeks|