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Cambridge English Course

Cambridge English Advanced (CAE)

Course Levels Available
B2 (Upper Intermediate)
Minimum age
18
Course Start Dates 2017
16 January
13 March
18 September
Course Times
Class 1: 09.00 – 10.40
Class 2: 11.00 – 12.00
Class 3: 12.10 – 13.00
Class 4: 14.00 – 15.00
Number of Hours Tuition
25 hours per week
Actual teaching time, excluding breaks is 22 hours 30 minutes.
There are no lessons on Public Holidays, which are 14 April, 17 April, 1 May, 29 May and 28 August 2017.
Class Size
Maximum 8
Course Fees
£250 per week
Extra Course Costs
£100 registration fee
All tuition materials are included in the course fee
Examination fee: £130 (approx.)
Cambridge Advanced
Anglolang’s course helped me to achieve the result I needed to get a place at my chosen university – thank you!- Jae, South Korea

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The Cambridge Advanced English (CAE) is the second highest level Cambridge ESOL exam, at level C1 of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
If you need to reach a standard of English that is appropriate for most situations, including social and professional situations, you should aim to pass the Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) examination. If you can join a Cambridge English course for 8 – 12 weeks, Anglolang’s course is a good choice for you. It is a highly intensive Cambridge English course in small groups of 8 students maximum who are all preparing for the Cambridge advanced examination.

This Cambridge English course focuses on developing each of the four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing, which are needed in the Cambridge advanced examination, as well as vocabulary and grammar. Time is spent developing the various types of writing that are tested in the examination and grammatical accuracy is also focused on.

Cambridge advanced exam questions are practised and techniques and strategies are developed for succeeding in the Cambridge advanced exam.

Homework is given regularly, with particular emphasis on reading and writing outside the classroom. Feedback, correction and advice is also given. Mock examinations are also done regularly.

Cambridge English First (FCE)

Course Levels Available
B1 (Intermediate)
Minimum age
18
Course Start Dates 2017
16 January
13 March
18 September
Course Times
Class 1: 09.00 – 10.40
Class 2: 11.00 – 12.00
Class 3: 12.10 – 13.00
Class 4: 14.00 – 15.00
Number of Hours Tuition
25 hours per week
Actual teaching time, excluding breaks is 22 hours 30 minutes.
There are no lessons on Public Holidays, which are 14 April, 17 April, 1 May, 29 May and 28 August 2017.
Class Size
Maximum 8
Course Fees
£250 per week
Extra Course Costs
£100 registration fee
All tuition materials are included in the course fee
Examination fee: £120 (approx.)
IELTS

The Cambridge English First (FCE) examination is the third highest level Cambridge ESOL exam, at level B2 of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

You should join this Cambridge English course if your knowledge of English is adequate for many practical everyday purposes, including business and study. It is an ideal Cambridge English course if you want to work or study abroad or to develop a career which requires language skills.

If you need to pass the Cambridge English First (FCE) examination and you are able to join a course for 8 – 12 weeks, this is a good Cambridge English course for you. It is a highly intensive course in small groups of 8 students maximum who are all preparing for the Cambridge examination.

The course focuses on developing each of the four skills needed in the examination, as well as vocabulary and grammar. Time is spent developing the various types of writing that are tested in the examination. Grammatical accuracy is also focused on.

Exam questions are practised and techniques and strategies are developed for succeeding in the Cambridge examination.

Homework is given regularly, with particular emphasis on reading and writing outside the classroom. Feedback, correction and advice is given. Mock examinations are also done regularly.

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