Cambridge English certificates – a powerful name among English language certificates with international recognition. Ask any university around the world about the top three official proofs of English language skills, and the name Cambridge English will certainly be among them. Over twenty thousand (20,000) organisations worldwide officially recognize Cambridge certificates, according to our database, but there are many more organisations who will accept our certificates. Either they do not explicitly require a Cambridge English certificate, but would accept one if an applicant produced it – or they are not yet in our database.

Our database is updated frequently, and you or your students can search in it anytime:

Cambridge English Qualifications: recognition database

Here are some highlights about the recognition of C1 Advanced certificates:

  • All the universities in the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand accept the C1 Advanced certificates.
  • Accepted by Australian universities including University of Sydney, University of Adelaide, University of Melbourne
  • Growing recognition by universities in Canada, including University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, McMaster University, University of Calgary, and the US, including NYU, Brigham Young University, Northeastern, University of Missouri, University of Michigan, while Harvard University will review the results of students who submit C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency

Cambridge English certificates are also accepted by many universities around the world for courses taught in English. Some examples include Freie Universität Berlin, University of Hamburg, Technical University of Munich, École Hôtelière de Lausanne, Graz University of Technology, University of Innsbruck, University of Copenhagen, University of Bologna, or the prestigious Dutch universities University of Amsterdam, Leiden, or Maastricht.

But it is not only universities that may require and accept a Cambridge English certificate.


Recognition of Cambridge English certificates

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