Cambridge English Qualifications are recognised by the majority of British universities and higher education institutions as fulfilling the English language entrance requirements.
Cambridge English Qualifications are known throughout the world. They are recognised by the majority of British universities and higher education institutions as fulfilling the English language entrance requirements.
Studieskolen is Denmark's only computerbased Cambridge English Qualifications exam centre. Like all authorised centres, it meets high standards of professional integrity, security and customer service. It is subject to inspection by Cambridge Assessment English.
Please note that computer-based (CB) exams are being replaced by Cambridge English Qualifications Digital in April 2024. You can read more about this on Cambridge's webpage here.
The Cambridge English exams take place in many locations in Denmark, e.g. Copenhagen, Vejle, Nørresundby and Tønder.
You are not required to take a preparation course before taking a Cambridge examination, but we recommend that you do. Click here to see information about preparatory classes for the examinations.
Please find more information about Cambridge English exams here.
Free Cambridge resources
To help you prepare for the exam, Cambridge has produced some free materials. You can find them here.
Results from a computer-based exam will be available online two-three weeks after the exam. For a paper based exam it takes six weeks.
Test Day Photo
All candidates taking a Cambridge English exam will be photographed on the day of the exam. This is mandatory.
By registering for a Cambridge English exam, you or your parent/guardian acknowledge that a test day photo is required.
The photos taken on the day of the test, as well as the results, will be available on the secure Online Results Verification website for use by organisations wishing to verify a result. Candidates will be able to control who can access their result and view their photo.
If you have dyslexia, a mental or physical disability or other comparable difficulties, then you can apply for dispensation to take the exam under special conditions.
You must register for the exam before you can apply for dispensation.
You can apply for dispensation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then contact you regarding documentation (a dyslexia test or a doctor's note in English). You must apply as soon as possible and no later than 6 weeks before the exam.
If you cancel your registration no later than six weeks before the exam, we can refund 50 % of the exam fee. We are not able to refund exam fees after that.
Call or write if you have any questions regarding the tests.