FCE (Cambridge First Certificate) Exam Preparation
This course is for anyone wanting to take the Cambridge First Certificate Exam.
FCE is an upper intermediate level qualification (Level B 2 in the CEFR), and is recognised globally by leading colleges, universities and organisations.
Our experienced, qualified teachers will share tips and techniques in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Use of English to help you achieve a good grade in FCE.
Entry Requirements: Intermediate level of English
Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) is the third level of the Cambridge exams in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Successful candidates receive a certificate awarded by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations which is recognised by universities and employers in most countries. The FCE is designed for people whose command of English is inadequate for many practical everyday purposes such as business and study. Successful candidates should be able to construct an argument and use appropriate communication styles for a variety of situations. They also need to show awareness of register together with the conventions of politeness and degrees of formality as they are expressed through language.
It is a valuable qualification for anyone who wants to work or study abroad or to develop a career which requires language skills, including business, medicine, engineering and many other professions.
WHAT DOES THE EXAM INVOLVE?
The FCE has five papers: Reading | Writing | Use of English | Listening | Speaking.
Each of the written papers is returned to Cambridge for marking and assessment. The Speaking Test is conducted by two locally-based examiners who examine candidates face to face. All examiners are accredited by Cambridge ESOL.
Why take Cambridge English first?
- It is globally accepted
- The certificate is accepted by thousands of employers
- Universities and government departments around the world
- Real-life language skills
Preparing for the Cambridge English First Certificate will give you the Practical English skills to:
- Study in English at Foundation or Pathway level
- Work in an English-speaking environment
- Live (independently) in an English-speaking country.
Cambridge English exams cover all major levels of English and are designed to be fair to users of all nationalities and linguistic backgrounds.