Dates, Fees and Locations

All exam dates, fees, formats and locations are stated when you choose your exam, as well as respective Late Entry fees should it be possible to enrol past the deadline for enrolments.

Fees are usually updated in September, but may be subject to change throughout the year.

Opening a session requires a minimum number of candidates. When you choose your exam, the status will indicate either yellow (pre-enrolment), or green (Enrolment open). Should you enrol for a session that has yet to be confirmed (yellow), as soon as the minimum number of pre-enrolments is achieved the status will turn to green and the session will be confirmed. You will then receive an email from the website to finalise your enrolment. If the minimum number of pre-enrolments is not achieved, we will get in touch with you to transfer to the closest possible confirmed date.

A pre-enrolment is a statement of your intent to sit the exam and, as such, a decisive factor to guarantee a session. Should you, at any stage, no longer wish to sit your chosen exam, please let us know as soon as possible.

For Young Learners, A2 Key for Schools and B1 Preliminary for Schools (paper-based), we will open dates throughout the year according to candidates’ needs and expression of interest. As such, the calendars for these may change throughout the year. To keep as up-to-date as possible with all the latest sessions, please save a link to our Calendar, which will automatically update as soon as a session is opened.

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