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Online FCE Preparation English Course

Online FCE Preparation English Course


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Minimum B2

3-month access to the course

Complete course

5 units

4 Exam practices

About the course

  • 3-month access to the course
Type of access to the platform:

Platform access is single-user, at their own pace


The platform is available to students 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • 375 euros/trimester per person.

Registration is open all year round.

The training program includes:

Level test

It is carried out before the beginning of the course and serves so that the student knows their level and the centre can recommend the starting point of their training.


The online courses are carried out through the different various platforms, allowing the student to access the contents through any device: computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc., thus facilitating access to all their training from anywhere.

Course Content

The course is organized as follows:

In the 1st part:

Exam Overview: Explains the parts of the exam one by one.

General Tips for the FCE: Gives advice on how to perform the exam well.

“What should I avoid?” Explains what to avoid doing in the exam.

FAQs: Answers the most frequent questions about the exam.

“How to go about the exam”: Explains how to perform the exam.

2nd part:

4 mock exams with parts and types of tasks to be found in the actual exam. You can do and redo the exercises as many times as you need.

Examples of the speaking part, so that you can understand how this part of the exam works and know what to expect from it.

A section that explains the types of texts expected in the Writing part, so that examples can be seen.

A section with a grammar check with the most frequent topics of the First exam.

All audio scripts of the listening tests are included so that the student can study and improve his score in this part of the exam if he makes mistakes in the mock exams.

The online course has 2 tutorial supports:

  • An online chat window available 24 hours a day from Monday to Friday to ask questions about the course.
  • Personalized corrections. For Writing exercises our teachers correct the text you write and leave you a comment, correction and a grade.


Online platform

Main Features

When and where you want

Original content

Multimedia explanations and exercises

For beginners, intermediates and advanced

Teacher's guidance and corrections

Final certificate (separate payment)


The various digital platforms of Cambridge Institute allow students to train in different languages (English, Spanish, French, German and Chinese) with the freedom to study from wherever and whenever they want.

Being an online service, it is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and its responsive character makes it accessible from any device: computer, mobile phone, table, …etc.

All the platforms consist of exclusive,original texts and audios, created by our teaching team at Cambridge Institute with the aim of facilitating the students’ learning.

In addition to the relevant explanations, each course offers different types of exercises. Multiple choice questions are automatically corrected by the system in which each student can verify the answers immediately. Open-ended questions, such as Speaking and Writing, are personally corrected by our teachers.

Each course has been designed to facilitate students’ learning, divided into units in which the level of difficulty increases as they progress, always depending on the level of the student.

Along with the didactic material, the platforms include an online dictionary, sections of news adapted to the study and links to reference websites in different languages.

Also, the student has an online chat window with the teacher to resolve any questions that may arise.

Teachers of English

Teachers of English

Teachers of English


Our teaching staff is trained to teach at all levels and modalities, always according to the basis of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.


Our teaching staff is trained to teach at all levels and modalities, always according to the basis of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Furthermore, all of our teachers are experienced and adept in language teaching and official exam preparation in their respective languages.

In addition to being certified, every Friday our center provides continuous training sessions on the different skills to teach at different levels and conform to the requirements of the international regulations governing teaching English as a foreign language.

The contents of the trainings are applied in the classroom and are periodically assessed by the head of studies. In this way, the quality and the correct delivery of the contents are guaranteed, which must be aligned with the parameters and best practices in each language.


Degree in English philology


Hold a degree that accredits teaching English at all levels

English-speaking natives with more than two years of experience in teaching English



English CEFR

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Bandera MCERL

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: learning, teaching, evaluation (CEFR), is a Europeanstandard, also used in other countries, which serves to measure the level of Oral and Written comprehension and expression in a certain language.

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a. General English Courses (Levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 according to CEFRL)

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3. Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

4. Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)

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n. Introduction to German

o. Introduction to French

p. Introduction to Chinese

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Steps for financing a course

We make it very easy for you, the steps for you to finance a course in several installments are as follows:



  1. Select the course you want to study.
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  4. You get an sms with a link to complete the financing process.
  5. Select the 3, 6 or 12 month plan and introduce your credit card to finance the course.
  6. And that’s it, you’ve got the course financed.

You can read all of SeQura’s terms and conditions for more information.

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Cambridge Institute is a private educational centre specialised in language training, mainly in English, Spanish, French and German, with proven experience in the field and international coverage. The work methodology is a guarantee of success for the students who bet on our training programs, to whom we offer quality, innovation and a teaching plan completely adapted to their needs. It is a verbal commitment but also quantifiable because the statistics back us up. An average of 22,000 students annually fill our classrooms in the different training modalities that we offer and 95% of our students who take the official exams pass them with remarkable success. Behind each of them, there are many hours of work and effort that are always worthwhile.

With this philosophy, Cambridge Institute is today at the forefront of the field, and works daily with the determination to continue occupying this position in the future, earning the trust and respect of our students. We offer a wide range of services to facilitate the learning of languages, both for everyday use and for professional activity. We are also committed to the active participation of our students and to the balanced development of the four basic skills of any language: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

This career path is the best letter of introduction from Cambridge Institute, which is the preparation and examination centre of the most important certified institutions at an international level. Throughout its history, it has achieved numerous recognitions and reached agreements as a collaborating partner. They include:

  • Centre accredited by Bulats, a revolutionary system for assessing the level of English in the working environment
  • Cambridge Institute is Examiner Centre ES705 of Cambridge Assessment English
  • Cambridge Institute is partner of Cambridge University Press

Work methodology

Our range of services includes a wide list of language courses, from elementary to advanced levels. The success of our training is due to the combination of different methodological tools, from collective teaching, individualized or small learning groups. In addition, to adapt to the needs of the student, we offer face-to-face, semi-face, distance and even videoconference training. . Whichever modality is chosen, the final objective of Cambridge Institute is to optimise and make the most of the students’; potential thanks to the support, follow-up, dynamisation and tutoring of our teachers.

Our teaching team

Our teaching staff is trained to teach at all levels and modalities, always according to the basis of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In addition, all of our teachers are experienced and adept in language teaching and official exam preparation in their respective languages. Many of them are official examiners from the University of Cambridge, which helps meet the learning needs of students.

In addition to having certifications, every Friday our center provides continuous training sessions on the different skills to teach classes at different levels and meet the requirements of international standards regulating the teaching of English, French, German, Chinese or Spanish as a foreign language.

The contents of the trainings are applied in the classroom and are periodically assessed by the head of studies. In this way, the quality and the correct delivery of the contents are guaranteed, which must be aligned with the parameters and best practices in each language.

Required Education:

  • Degree in Philology
  • Teaching degree in English, French, German, Spanish or Chinese.
  • To have some degree that accredits them for the teaching in all the levels. For example, in English TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, DELTA, TKT.
  • Native speakers with more than 2 years of experience in teaching English, French and Spanish.

International agreements

The collaboration agreements that Cambridge Institute has with international schools, universities and academic institutions allow us to offer our students Study Abroad Programs where they will improve their expression and understanding, both written and oral, of the language studied.

Quality Commitment

Cambridge Institute is part of Madrid Excelente, a guarantee mark of the Government of the Community of Madrid, which is responsible for the recognition and certification of the quality of different companies. The aim of Madrid Excelente is to promote the competitiveness of the business fabric.
Cambridge Institute, an ISO 9001:2008 certified quality management centre for the provision of language training services, guarantees the implementation of a series of working models, among which the following stand out:

  • Leadership
  • Staff Involvement
  • Process-driven approach
  • System approach to management
  • Continuous improvement
  • Fact-based decision making
  • Mutually beneficial supplier relationships
  • Faithful to our policy of excellence that presides over the training in our centre, they are established as clauses for the termination of the contract:
    1. Non-compliance with obligations by ISEEC. In the event of such a circumstance the student will be entitled to a refund of all amounts delivered regardless of the services that have already been provided and the material that has been delivered.
    2. The breach of obligations on the part of the customer, In this case the breach will result in the loss of the amount payed


Cambridge Institute, through its European Bilingualism programme, is launching the integral project of scholarships for the study of languages.

At Cambridge Institute we are committed to education and we help you to train with a Comprehensive Study Assistance Program We offer our own and external help with great advantages to make it easier for you to learn a language. See all the options below


The training programs that Cambridge Institute will offer this academic year are:

Learning, improvement, perfection and preparation of exams, all levels:

  • Starters (A1)
  • Basic (A2)
  • Intermediate (B1)
  • Upper Intermediate (B2)
  • Advanced (C1)
  • Proficiency (C2)


Users interested in studying the English language have access to several scholarships:

The Cambridge Institute scholarships take into account the annual net income of the family unit and the student’s interest in and need to improve and perfect their knowledge of the English language.


Scholarships awarded by the Cambridge Institute to students, calculated according to objective and subjective criteria.

Objective criteria

-Scholarships for net annual income of the family unit. According to the average income, the following aids are offered.

To €15.000 35 %
Between €15,001 and €25,000 30 %
Between €25,001 and €35,000 25 %
Between €35001 and €45.000 20 %
Between €45.001 and €55.000 15 %
Between €55.001 and €65.000 10 %

-In order to justify the income of the family unit, the student applying for the scholarship must present the documentation of the Income Tax of the last year to the centre of studies.

Subjective criteria

All students who opt for one of our courses will have access to additional scholarships, subjectively assessed by our study advisors in the interviews they have previously held with the student, before formalising their enrolment. The following criteria will be taken into account

Student’s need to obtain an official language certificate From 0 to 15 %
The student´s interest in perfecting their language skills at a general level. From 0 to 15 %
The student’s need to perfect the language at a professional level From 0 to 15 %

How to apply?

Students interested in studying English at Cambridge Institute should fill in the corresponding scholarship application form at the time of the interview with their study advisor, who will indicate the total percentage of scholarship they can receive after having analysed their profile.

If the amount of the scholarship is accepted by the student, he or she will have to fill in the registration form and pay the registration fee corresponding to the course/s chosen

From that moment the applicant will have 24 hours to send to Cambridge Institute all the documentation accrediting the income of the family unit.

This comprehensive scholarship programme is governed by the Decree of the Community of Madrid 84/2004, of 13 May, article 6, clause N.


In addition to grants from the school, numerous public bodies provide students with scholarships for language training. You can consult the calls in the following links:

Scholarships from the Ministry of Education. The application form, deadlines, requirements and general information can be consulted on the Web. We highlight the following aids:

Scholarships from the Community of Madrid. This body annually announces scholarships for the study of languages abroad, preferably in summer, with a duration of the courses of between 2 and 4 weeks. For the follow-up of the calls, consult the following link:

If you wish you can download the information to the public regarding Royal Decree 84/2004 in the following link.

The full text of R. D. 84/2004 of the Community of Madrid is available at the following link.

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