English boot camp – get the certificate that governments, universities and corporate employers want to see
Cambridge English C1 Advanced (CAE) is the next step after B2 First FCE. It is internationally recognised by both educational institutions and employers as well as the Australian government for some immigration categories. CAE is a valuable asset to the student when applying for a position in an institute or in business. Students who successfully complete this course will demonstrate full competency in all macro skills. They will have a sound knowledge of grammar and extended vocabulary and will be confident speakers in a variety of situations. The course covers writing, reading, listening, grammar and speaking skills in preparation for the exam. Students have access to a range of practice tests and will complete full mock examinations under exam conditions as part of their course.
Our Cambridge Options option allows students to enter FCE preparation classes four times a year within the 10 to 12 weeks intake. This is also a good option for students who have not achieved their required test result in the past, and need a brief refresher course prior to re-sitting the examination.
The minimum entry level for CAE Exam Preparation is successful completion of Cambridge FCE Exam Preparation or IELTS Band 6.0 or PTE Academic Score 50.
2020 course dates:
January 6 – March 13 (10 weeks), Exam – March 14
March 16 – June 5 (12 weeks), Exam – June 10
June 9 – August 28 (12 weeks), Exam – August 28
September 7 – November 27 (12 weeks), Exam – December 2
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER seminar dates for January 2020 intake coming soon. Check back here to sign up for a seminar.
Cambridge English Language Assessment Awards
Best New Centre 2016/2017 - winner
Cambridge English Language Assessment Awards for Preparation Centres
Outstanding Busines Growth - finalist 2015
Outstanding Service to Customers - highly commended 2015
Outstanding Student Care - finalist 2014
Get to know all your fellow Cambridge students in the Cambridge study group. A room is permanently allocated for study group or self-study needs.
A teacher is in the library in supervised self-access periods to assist students with homework, resumes and questions from class.
Teachers provide students with weekly feedback on their progress in one-to-one meetings and advise on how to improve in areas of weakness and build on current strengths.