ESOL International

We work with our partners Anglia Examinations to award and certificate the following Ofqual regulated ESOL International qualifications:

They have been designed to be accessible, achievable, accepted and appropriate.

Accessible

Our qualifications are operated throughout the world by our team of friendly reputable and trusted field agents. They are familiar with your requirements and can provide support tailored to your locality.  You are able to choose from regular examination dates meaning you are never too far from an opportunity to take a test.

Achievable

Our specifications and examinations provide a clear, familiar format for the fair and accurate assessment of the students taking them. They are designed so that both the students and their teachers alike know exactly what is required of them on the day, thereby minimising the anxiety of the test situation.

Accepted

Our qualifications are regulated by The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) which regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England and vocational Qualifications in Northern Ireland. They are mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) to give them international recognition. Candidates undergo rigorous identity checks so that our certificates are accepted by 100s of universities and academic institutions across the globe.

Appropriate

Our examinations are all written, graded and certificated by our experts within the United Kingdom using real language spoken by real native speakers. This will help you prepare to use English abroad, or at home, in a range of contexts such as listening to university lectures or participating in work meetings.

The qualifications correspond to Anglia's the top four levels of their step-by-step suite of general English (ESOL International) examinations:


Find out more

If you are interested in offering these qualifications or would like further information on Anglia Examinations, please contact Anglia: +44 01243 812943 or visit www.anglia.org.

You can download the ESOL Prospectus here