Cambridge International School of English

CISE | Cambridge International School of English - Online English courses for professionals

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17/05/2024

Boost your career and choose one of our 7 Professional English specialisations:
- Business English
- Legal English
- English for Finance
- English for IT
- English for Tourism and Hospitality
- English for Healthcare Professionals
- English for Oil and Gas Industry

Course duration: 4 months

CEFR levels: B2-C1 (Upper-Intermediate/Advanced)

Study method: online learning with tutor’s guidance and support

Learn more about our courses here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/professional-english/

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Photos from Robinson College, Cambridge's post 14/05/2024
13/05/2024

🌟 We can't get enough of the Northern Lights over Cambridge!

📸 Engineering PhD student Jamie Clarkson took this beautiful shot on Friday night: "Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d see the Aurora this well in Cambridge! A once in a lifetime event."

04/05/2024

We reckon we have more than 350 trees in the Selwyn gardens. Here's one of the most magnificent: a Cedar of Lebanon, near Ann's Court.

Photograph taken early on a May morning by Melanie Cousins from our development team.

19/04/2024

Learn English for Healthcare Professionals with Cambridge International School of English!

English for Healthcare Professionals is aimed at healthcare professionals who plan to move to an English-speaking country for work and will need to use clear, accurate English in everyday work-related situations. The course can be taken alongside a degree or professional qualification studies elsewhere, as part of an informal career development programme or as a preparation course for the Occupational English Test (OET), an English language test for healthcare professionals who wish to register and practise in an English-speaking environment. It will be of particular value to prospective medical students applying to study at a university abroad if their study programme is run in English.

Course duration: 4 months

CEFR levels: B2-C1 (Upper-Intermediate/Advanced)

Age groups: young people (16-18) and adults (19+)

Study method: online learning with tutor’s guidance and support

Next course start dates: 1 May, 1 June, 1 July

Read more about the course: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/professional-english/english-for-healthcare-professionals/

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06/04/2024

General English and Professional English courses start every month.
Next course start date: 1 May
Register by 20 April here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/register/
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08/03/2024

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

Cambridge International School of English recognises the importance of lifelong learning and offers various grants towards tuition fees:
- Need-based grants
- Regional support grants
- Alumni grants
- Grants for student ambassadors
*** Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis.

Grant application deadlines:
For Spring Term (March, April, May): 31 January
For Summer Term (June, July, August): 30 April
For Autumn Term (September, October, November): 31 July
For Winter Term (December, January, February): 31 October

If you need help with financing your English language studies with us, apply for a tuition grant here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/funding-opportunities/

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08/03/2024

Cambridge University Library is used by tens of thousands of people every year, from the University of Cambridge and beyond. We need your help to learn about how our spaces can evolve into the future, with a focus on sustainability, accessibility, and inspiring learning for generations to come. Take the survey before 15 March: https://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/survey

20/02/2024

CORPORATE TRAINING
Upskill your employees. Grow your business.
Our School offers General English and Professional English courses that can be sponsored by employers.
Learn more about the CISE Corporate Training Scheme: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/corporate-training/
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07/02/2024

Cambridge International School of English offers online courses in General English to speakers of other languages:

- Elementary English (A1/A2 CEFR levels)
- Intermediate English (B1/B2 CEFR levels)
- Advanced English (C1/C2 CEFR levels)

Course length: 4 months

Age groups: young people (16-18) and adults (19+)

Study method: online learning with tutor’s guidance and support

Courses start every month.

Learn more about our General English courses: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/general-english/

Register here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/register/

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14/12/2023

Cambridge International School of English offers a wide range of online courses and exams in General English for young people aged 16+ and adults who are speakers of other languages (A1-C2 CEFR levels) as well as specialist English courses for professionals who plan to work in an English-speaking environment.

Key features of our courses:
- Flexibility to suit your needs – allowing you to study anytime, anywhere
- An emphasis on personal, academic and professional development through independent learning
- Tutor’s guidance and support to help you achieve your learning goals
- Online activities, practice tests, tutor-marked assignments and exams to reinforce learning
- Certificate of completion from Cambridge International School of English

View our course range: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/about-our-school/

Register for an English course, practice test or exam: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/register/

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14/12/2023

🚨FIRST NAMES FOR SPRING🚨

We’re super excited to announce our first names ahead of our Spring Festival (17-21 April 2024).

Armistead Maupin, Caroline Lucas, Jackie Kay, George The Poet, Helen Lederer, Joseph Coelho, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, Chris Walks the UK!

Expects poets, politics, delights for younger readers, and inspirational stories across both fiction and memoir.

Dates for the diary:
Priority booking opens on February 1st.
General sale on February 8th.

To be the first to access tickets, why not become a friend of the festival? You can find further perks and details here: https://www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com/support-us

Map that’s a one stop shop for Cambridge history 14/12/2023

The history of Cambridge has been laid out on an illustrated map that reveals the stories lying beneath your feet - would make a great stocking filler!

Map that’s a one stop shop for Cambridge history Cambridge historian Tony Kirby is revealing the secrets of the past that lie under our feet with the publication of a new historic map of the city.

12/12/2023

A picture of Cambridge every day since 2010. (No 5000) Tuesday 5th December 2023.

So here it is - my final picture of uninterrupted daily photographs of Cambridge - 5,000 consecutive posts over 13 years. I’m sure you’ll forgive the fact that it wasn’t taken today but a week ago today when the full moon eased itself between the turrets of an illuminated King’s College Chapel. I knew the moment I pressed the shutter that I wanted it to be the last photograph of my daily pictures not just because this frame is undoubtedly the most recognisable view in Cambridge but because for me the full moon symbolises a moment of release and completion and a time to sit in the fullness of life and feel grateful for my blessings. The full moon is also associated with madness, of which I must have had a portion to have stuck with this for so long!

I’d like to thank you all for your likes, comments and stories along the way - you have made A Cambridge Diary a heartwarming community and a place to share memories with Cambridge folk both from the town and the university. Most of all I’d like to thank everyone who has appeared in my pictures over the past thirteen years: the bikers, bowlers and buskers; the carpenters, choristers, clothiers and constables; the dancers, diners and dog-walkers; the entertainers and extras; the gardeners and graduates; the kayakers; the lecturers and lingerie models; the painters, parents, pensioners, porters, praelectors, proctors, professors and punters; the readers, revellers, rowers and runners; the scaffolders, scullers, singers, skateboarders, soldiers, stonemasons, strollers, students and swimmers; the tourists and touts; the walkers and workers. I’d also like to thank the cats, dogs, ducks, rabbits, squirrels and swans, and Queen Elizabeth I and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. To you all, my sincere thanks.

Whilst this is my final daily picture it doesn’t mean the end of A Cambridge Diary as I’ll still be posting my pictures from five and ten years ago and I’m sure there will be the occasional new picture popping up now and then - just not every day. Oh, and I still have to walk home don’t I?

Love to all
Martin

Photos from Cambridge Alumni's post 12/12/2023
29/11/2023

So, there's this thing called 'Bridgemas' when Christmas is celebrated early at Cambridge University colleges. Five years ago today was Downing's Christmas Formal where it was all going on behind this tree.

19/11/2023

Boost your career and choose one of our 7 Professional English specialisations:
- Business English
- Legal English
- English for Finance
- English for IT
- English for Tourism and Hospitality
- English for Healthcare Professionals
- English for Oil and Gas Industry

Course duration: 4 months

CEFR levels: B2-C1 (Upper-Intermediate/Advanced)

Study method: online learning with tutor’s guidance and support

Learn more about our courses here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/professional-english/

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30/10/2023

The very first book published by Martin Bond, the photographer of the popular blog A Cambridge Diary, is beautifully printed with nearly 400 colour photographs across 224 pages, case bound, section sewn with ribbon, head and tail bands.
The first edition of 'Town & Gown' is available to pre-order now only at www.cambridgebooks.co.uk

30/10/2023

"When you learn a language at school, you're learning communication, empathy & solidarity & sociology, history, geography & politics from different perspectives. Your world view is wider. Your understanding is broader. Without a language, there's so much you're missing out on."
- Christopher Hughes MBE

Learn General English or Professional English with Cambridge International School of English. Learn more about our online English courses and exams here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/

28/10/2023

Learn English for Finance with Cambridge International School of English!

English for Finance allows you to improve your English language skills to work in finance settings and effectively communicate with the international finance community. The course can be taken alongside a degree or professional qualification studies elsewhere or as part of an informal career development programme. It will be of particular value to prospective students applying to study at a university abroad or to undergraduate, postgraduate or professional students of business management, investment management, accounting and tax law.

* English for Finance is taught by Cambridge International School of English in partnership with London School of Finance and Law.

Course duration: 4 months

CEFR levels: B2-C1 (Upper-Intermediate/Advanced)

Age groups: young people (16-18) and adults (19+)

Study method: online learning with tutor’s guidance and support

Next course start dates: 1 December, 1 January, 1 February

Read more about the course: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/professional-english/english-for-finance/

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Cambridge University events at Being Human Festival 2023 26/10/2023

Being Human Festival starts next month (9-18 November) and there are some fantastic events on offer from the University of Cambridge. Here are just a few 👇
🔬 An exhibition delving into the artistic, sociological and linguistic aspects of biological research into human tissues with the Gurdon Institute.
🏺 Watch a group of volunteers build a wood-fired pottery kiln on The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge North Lawn. Learn from researchers about medieval Iranian ceramics and visit the museum's outstanding Islamic collection.
🐫 Come along to discover research from The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Coffins' Project, including investigations into the making and meaning of Egyptian coffins.
🇲🇽 Come along and explore the edible-arts of Mexico! Discover the importance of Indigenous sciences, art, linguistics and sustainable food technologies, whilst learning to shape and be shaped by Mexico’s distinct cultural traditions.
👩👱 Tell stories about things that matter to you as individuals in ways you may not have encountered before.
Find out more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3M5R6it

Cambridge University events at Being Human Festival 2023 From the art of kiln firing and exploring Egyptian coffins to Aztec food science and an exhibition delving into the artistic, sociological and linguistic

26/10/2023

General English/Professional English
ONLINE EXAM DATES IN 2023/2024
11 November 2023
9 December 2023
13 January 2024
10 February 2024
9 March 2024
13 April 2024
11 May 2024
8 June 2024
13 July 2024
10 August 2024
Register for an exam here: https://cambridge-cise.org.uk/register/

14/07/2020

Ranked: The 100 Most Spoken Languages Worldwide

Did you know that?

Even though you’re reading this article in English, there’s a good chance it might not be your mother tongue. Of the billion-strong English speakers in the world, only 33% consider it their native language.

https://www.visualcapitalist.com/100-most-spoken-languages/

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visualcapitalist.com This visualization breaks down the 100 most spoken languages around the world, by total and native speakers. Can you find yours on the list?

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