This Cambridge CAE Advanced English distance learning course with private tuition and guided home study is modelled on teaching at the University of Oxford.
Alumni agree that private tuition is the strongest feature of an online distance learning course because it leads to a proper understanding of how English is used.
Guided home study includes online reading and AV lectures about your chosen topic, which you will be asked to write about and discuss online with your tutor.
Elcox learning methodology will refine your grasp and use of English as you engage in the interactive disciplines of reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
This dual methodology will ensure you are ready for the exam and will also acquire practical knowledge relevant to your professional, academic, or social interests.
After you apply, you will be offered a CAE placement test and invited to discuss your answers with a tutor for best advice on how to prepare for the exam.
Course content conforms to the CAE syllabus, and your guided home study will provide exam preparation and knowledge acquisition for a competitive edge.
Elcox sets parts of the course above Level C1 of the CEFRL, to ensure candidates sit the exam confidently and gain a Grade A pass equivalent to Level C2:
Level C1 certifies ability to understand complex passages of English and produce similarly detailed written accounts for professional, academic, or social purposes.
CAE course modules are flexible and support the needs of exam candidates and professionals with a variety of English skills and requirements for private study.
Our interactive C1 English digital learning platform (DLP) will provide you with continuous access to exam practice and a measure your progress during the course.
This online private course fully supports guided home study and saves the time, cost, and discomfort of attending a less effective local group English class.
Employers that recognise the Cambridge C1 Advanced Certificate and have career vacancies around the world include:
 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Maintained by the Council of Europe, in partnership with the EU.