Everyone is different, and we all have our own learning objectives. To learn a language effectively, there must be opportunities for learners to develop confidence in using the language. To develop confidence, all the four language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking must be addressed. Grammar and vocabulary should also be learned in a context that interests the learner.
Established in 1858, the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES), now known as Cambridge Assessment, is a department of the prestigious University of Cambridge and is Europe’s leading education assessment agency. Among the major examination boards incorporated in Cambridge Assessment are:
University of Cambridge English Language Assessment Examinations
University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)
Cambridge Assessment has been administrating a comprehensive suite of tests and examinations in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) since 1913. Respected for their highest quality of assessment, the exams are taken by more than 3 million learners and teachers of English in over 130 countries every year to help them gain entrance to university or college, improve their job prospects, increase their mobility globally, travel or live abroad, or have a valid measure of their English language proficiency.
With a franchise, you set up a business for yourself but you are not alone in running it. Your principal office, called the franchisor, offers you an exclusive 'territory' and allows you to use its brand name (CEFL), methods of operation, technology or products for a certain period on a renewable contract. In return, you agree to run the business according to the CEFL’s proven methods and quality standards.