In the last three months, over 1000 new organisations from 87 different countries have started accepting Cambridge English exams and Teaching Qualifications.
Almost 95 per cent of the world’s top universities now accept Cambridge English exams as proof of English language skills. The universities, all included in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, recognise a range of Cambridge English exams including Cambridge English: Advanced, Cambridge English: Proficiency and IELTS.
Acceptance of Cambridge English: Advanced has grown by 71% over the last three years, to over 4,000 organisations globally. This includes members of the UK’s highly prestigious Russell Group, the Australian Group of Eight coalition of leading universities and a growing number of US institutions, including the University of Idaho and Southern Illinois University.
Success in this high-level exam is considered proof that a student has the exceptional language skills required for academic success at an English speaking institution.
These impressive figures indicate the significant demand for high quality, secure English language testing from academic institutions and other sectors.