Cambridge ESOL Examinations
Online Course and Examiner Network
Cambridge ESOL has recently signed a contract with Fronter, incorporating the Fronter Open
Learning Platform into the department’s wide range of e-learning solutions. English blended
learning courses will be delivered via the platform, as well as online coordination of their network of
“This is probably the most exciting project in European higher education, and at Fronter we are
very proud to have been selected by Cambridge ESOL, and to feature in their long term plan to
move their operations onto a digital platform.”
Fronter Founder and CEO
• Cambridge ESOL is a
department of Cambridge
• Their mission is “to provide
and teachers high quality
international exams, tests
• The Cambridge Assessment
Group is Europe’s largest
• Cambridge Assessment was
first established in 1858.
Cambridge ESOL is a not for profit department of the
University of Cambridge, forming part of the Cambridge
Assessment Group (Europe’s largest assessment agency).
First established in 1858, Cambridge Assessment has long
had an essential role in the preservation of high standards
integrally linked to the Cambridge institution. Cambridge ESOL
provides examinations in English for over 2 million people
every year in more than 130 countries.
Partnering with Fronter, Cambridge ESOL will be taking
advantage of the communication, survey, test and learning
path tools in order that their wide network of students and
examiners may be able to coordinate and receive the high
quality education that the Cambridge institution is renowned for.
The Fronter platform will also be instrumental in the effective
sharing of learning resources across ESOL’s global operations.
“We chose the Fronter platform because it provided all the
tools we need to fulfil our e-learning ambitions.”
Nick Charge, Examination Manager at Cambridge ESOL, is responsible for the 10 year strategy for
e-learning. If the initial phases are successful, it is planned that the Fronter learning platform will
play an integral part in Cambridge ESOL’s e-learning strategy.
“We chose the Fronter platform because it provided all the tools we need to fulfil our e-learning
ambitions,” says Nick Charge. “We look forward to working closely with the Fronter team over the
next few years.”
“The Fronter learning platform has been developed in close cooperation with a large reference
group of academic professionals. It is a tribute to the work of this group that the platform has now
been selected by the most prestigious University in the world,” says Roger Larsen.
Cambridge ESOL provides examinations in English for over 2 million people every year in
more than 130 countries.
For more information please visit their website at http://www.cambridgeesol.org/