- What does it mean to learn English at Cambridge?
- What are @Cambridge English Qualifications?
- How many Cambridge schools are there?
- What is the curriculum at Cambridge Secondary School?
- What is Cambridge English?
- Are you open to learn English in Cambridge?
- Why choose Cambridge for teaching and learning?
- What is it like to study English at Cambridge University?
What does it mean to learn English at Cambridge?
Para a Cambridge English, aprender inglês é mais do que exames e notas. É sobre ter a confiança de comunicar e aceder a uma vida de experiências enriquecedoras e oportunidades. As certificações são desenvolvidas especificamente para estudantes de idade escolar, fornecendo-lhes metas regulares para os manter motivados
What are @Cambridge English Qualifications?
Cambridge English Qualifications are in-depth exams that make learning English enjoyable, effective and rewarding. Our unique approach encourages continuous progression with a clear path to improve language skills. We have qualifications for schools, general and higher education, and business.
How many Cambridge schools are there?
There are more than 10,000 Cambridge schools in over 160 countries worldwide. Find your nearest Cambridge school by using the search tool below. The search results will also show if a school accepts private candidates.
What is the curriculum at Cambridge Secondary School?
Our Secondary School consists of three distinct curriculum sections: Secondary (Year 7-9), IGCSE (Year 10-11), AS and A Level (Year 12-13), and optional Maturitná skúška (Year 14). Studying in a friendly, caring family atmosphere. Cambridge is wonderful school to work in with a happy, caring and friendly atmosphere.
What is Cambridge English?
Cambridge English is a unique approach to teaching, learning and assessing English. It combines the experience and expertise of Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press. Cambridge English is driven by world-class research and a profound commitment to: offering value to teachers, educational institutions and employers
Are you open to learn English in Cambridge?
We are open! Cambridge is a picturesque and historic university town. Learn English in Cambridge, the prestigious academic hotspot and true taste of traditional England. Cambridge is a very walkable city and easy to cycle around, so its beautiful buildings and parks are only moments away!
Why choose Cambridge for teaching and learning?
The Cambridge teacher and learner attributes inspire a love of learning in our students and an innovative approach in our teachers. Good assessment is at the heart of a good education. We design assessments that are fair, valid, reliable and practicable.
What is it like to study English at Cambridge University?
As a recent Cambridge English graduate, I can summarise the course in one word: contradictory. On the one hand, youre free to read what you like, go to which lectures you choose and spend as much or as little time in the library as you want to/can get away with.
How many colleges are there in the University of Cambridge?
The Uni of Cambridge is constituted of various institutions that include 31 semi-autonomous colleges, around 150 academic departments and other institutions which are organised into six schools.
What are the top 10 schools in Cambridge?
1 Cambridge Steiner School ( Fulbourn). 2 Kings College School ( Cambridge). 3 Landmark International School, Fulbourn. 4 Magdalene House ( Wisbech). 5 The Perse Preparatory School (Cambridge). 6 Phoenix School Cambridge ( Wilburton). 7 St Faiths School (Cambridge). 8 St Johns College School (Cambridge). 9 St Marys Junior School, Cambridge.
How many independent schools are there in Cambridgeshire?
There are around 21 independent schools for 4 to 16 year olds in Cambridgeshire, and others aimed at sixth form students. These schools set their own curriculum and admissions policies. They are funded by fees paid by parents and income from investments.
What is the University of Cambridge like?
The University is a confederation of Schools, Faculties, Departments and Colleges. The Colleges are governed by their own statutes and regulations, but are integral to the make-up of the University of Cambridge. Students live, eat and socialise in one of the University’s 31 autonomous Colleges.