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Exam Preparation
Cambridge Exam Preparation
Cambridge Exam Preparation

Cambridge Exam Preparation

  • ID:CIL640002
  • Level:English
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Fees (NZD)

* All courses excluding, Resource fee, Exam fee – Cambridge CAE, Southern cross medical and travel insurance

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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

 14 years old

English reqirements

General English

Other requirements


Course Information

Cambridge English exams are accepted by over 15,000 universities, employers and governments around the world.

Cambridge exams can open doors to higher education, improve employment opportunities, and because they are globally recognised, can increase learners’ choices for study or work.

Campbell’s Cambridge Preparation course prepares students for sitting the C1 Advanced exam (formerly CAE).

The course achieves a balance of language development and exam preparation, both of which are necessary for achieving good results.

Cambridge teachers receive additional training to prepare students for the exam. Students have access to a large range of exam practice materials, and every week students can sit a practice exam, under exam conditions.

Every student at Campbell has the opportunity for weekly 1:1 lessons with a teacher at no extra cost.

After completing this course students will be able to:

  • Communicate confidently in English in a range of real-life situations
  • Think critically about issues and express personal opinions
  • Enter the exam with an increased level of proficiency and confidence

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Job Hunter is a free weekly workshop for students studying at Campbell and seeking work in New Zealand. It is ideal for students on a Working Holiday Visa or a Student Visa and who meet the criteria for work rights (ie full time study for a minimum of 14 weeks).Job Hunter is held each Thursday after regular classes have finished and is open to students with intermediate English and above.

General Overview: This is a course designed to provide students with the basic skills and the confidence to find and apply for a job while staying in New Zealand.


At the end of the course the students will have:

  • A complete professional looking CV
  • A professional cover letter that they can adapt for different applications
  • The skills and language ability to approach businesses and enquire about jobs
  • Developed their awareness of interview skills and behaviour
  • A knowledge of common employment specific vocabulary

Example course outline – this may be adjusted depending on students’ needs. Students may attend as many sessions as they wish while they are studying at Campbell.

Unit 1: Finding a Job

  • Types of jobs
  • Where to look for a job
  • How to discuss your skills, experience and attributes in English
  • How to write a CV

Unit 2: Cover letters

  • How to write a cover letter
  • Using the right language to respond to a job advertisement
  • CV feedback

Unit 3: Job interviews

  • Job interview questions
  • How to make a good first impression
  • Job interview practice
  • CV feedback and development

Unit 4: Conclusion

  • Job finding methods
  • Job interview practice
  • Developing a job hunting plan

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