Que es ANGLIA?
Introduction – What is Anglia?
The Anglia Examinations has been based in Chichester, England since 1994. Anglia offers
a comprehensive and structured programme of assessing English language competence,
from beginner through to native speaker level. This step by step approach to testing
encourages and motivates students to make clear and effective progress.
Anglia Exams measure all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking.
There are no minimum age requirements for the exams. The young learner levels are taken
by children as young as four years old. The upper levels and Business English exams are
taken by students and adults who plan to continue their studies at an English medium
university / college or to improve their career prospects.
The AcCEPT Proficiency level is listed by UCAS as a qualification which can be accepted by
British universities to show international student competence in English language. The new
AcCept Proficiency examination has been designed to incorporate a stronger academic
element within its first section. In addition, through our new collaboration with the UK
examination board Ascentis the top four levels now have enhanced recognition:
Intermediate (B1), Advanced (B2), AcCEPT Proficiency (C1) and Masters (C2) are fully
accredited through the UK Qualifications & Curriculum Authority (QCA) as Ascentis
qualifications. For more information visit the Ascentis/Anglia website.
Anglia Examinations in English currently consist of ten different levels:
The Anglia International Business English examinations are available at four levels. These are
shown below, with their corresponding levels in the Anglia Examinations in English
All levels of the Business English Examinations have listening, reading and writing and speaking
Anglia also offers CITE (Certificate for International Teachers of English) examinations.
They are designed to give competent teachers of English, who may or may not have any other
English teaching qualifications, a chance to obtain international recognition for their language
skills, knowledge and experience.