The Cambridge CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) exam is your natural next step after you have mastered the FCE. The prestigious CAE exam is accepted by thousands of universities and employers as evidence of an outstanding achievement in language learning.
For 20 years we have been delivering and constantly reviewing the best programme of study for passing the Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English. This has led to some great results from our students – with an 88% pass rate in our last four courses.
* Tracking your progress and effort is the key to success with the CAE and every week of the programme you will face tough tests and practice papers
* The course tutor will monitor your progress towards success in the Cambridge Certificate in Advance English and make recommendations throughout the programme
* Getting a pass at CAE level is not easy and will need you to make a really serious commitment to learning and studying – but doing that with the team at English Studio is the best way to do it
N.B. cost of course book is automatically applied to the total price upon booking
For more information take a look at our prices below and see how much you could save by booking your Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English course with us. If you have any questions then please contact us.
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