Cambridge English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) examinations are open to candidates whose first language is not English. They offer a wide range of language levels and styles of assessment to suit your needs.
Who are these examinations for?
The Cambridge ESOL examinations are open only to candidates whose first language is not English. They offer a wide range of language levels and styles of assessment to suit the different needs of candidates, from Young Learners Tests through to the Main Suite of Examinations for adults.
Why take ESOL examinationsTo help you to get a place at university.
The Cambridge Young Learners Tests for seven – to twelve-year-olds make test-taking fun for your child and at the same time show you how well your child can communicate in English.
A certificate stating how well you communicate in English can help you in your studies and in your career, and also boost your confidence. The Cambridge ESOL main suite of examinations range from elementary to advanced levels (five levels) which assess how well you use English in your daily life.
For more information about our ESOL examinations please contact our Customer Services from 0900 until 1830 from Sunday to Thursday
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