Cambridge Preparation Course
If you already have a good knowledge of the English language and want a qualification to demonstrate this, a Cambridge Examination Course is suited just for you. Our courses prepare students for:
These examinations are internationally recognised and among the world’s best-known Qualifications. They are used by employers and Universities globally as reliable indicators of competence in the English Language.
Date - Begins every Monday
Time - 10am to 1:15pm - Monday to Friday
Length - 15 hours
Venue - Creative Spark, Dundalk
Course Fee - €120
Not sure which Cambridge English exam may be best for you?
About Cambridge English Exams
Whether you aspire to get into university, start your own business or develop your career, Cambridge English general and higher education qualifications give you the confidence to achieve your goals.
These qualifications are accepted and trusted by thousands of leading higher education institutions, employers and governments worldwide. They are a mark of excellence, and open doors to exciting higher education and employment opportunities.
Organisations that accept Cambridge exams are added to the Cambridge global online database. This can be accessed by the 4 million people who visit the Cambridge website each year.
B2 First Exam
Cambridge English B2 First is an upper-intermediate level qualification. It proves you can use every day written and spoken English for work or study purposes.
B2 First is designed for learners whose command of English is adequate for many practical everyday purposes, including business and study.
Successful candidates will have a wide grasp of vocabulary and should be able to construct an argument and use appropriate communication styles for a variety of situations. They also need to show an awareness of register and of the conventions of politeness and degrees of formality as they are expressed through language.
B2 First 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.
B2 First is recognised by many universities and other educational institutions as proof of intermediate level English skills, and these institutions accept it as meeting part of their entrance requirements.
Because the examinations are based on realistic tasks, a B2 First certificate is an important asset for anyone who wants to work or study abroad, or in international business.
C1 Advanced Exam
The demand for high-level English language skills is increasing all around the world. Passing Cambridge English C1 Advanced shows that you are a high achiever.
C1 Advanced is accepted globally as proof of high achievement and more than 3,000 educational institutions, businesses and government departments around the world accept Cambridge English C1 Advanced as proof of high-level achievement.
C1 Advanced helps you develop the language skills you need for success and can be used for your university and student visa applications in the UK and Australia. It proves high-level English skills for academic and professional success.
C1 Advanced is an advanced exam which recognises your ability to communicate with confidence in English and deal with most aspects of everyday life.
C2 Advanced Exam
Cambridge English C2 Proficiency is the most advanced Cambridge English qualification. It proves you have achieved an extremely high level in English. If you pass this test your English is good enough for you to teach English to others. Your English will be good enough to study at any British university.
This course deals with more academic language, while the C1 Advanced exam is aimed more at people who need to function, for example, in an English-speaking business environment. For both of these courses, you need to have a high level of English ability.
In this exam candidates need to be able to make the right choice from options which are almost the same. Also, you might not be able to find answers in the text you are working from, but will have to infer the answer from the text.
Candidates are expected to be able to understand colloquial language, metaphors and implicit meanings.