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Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC H)

Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC H)

Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC H) certifies that candidates are at the same level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) Level C1) as those taking the Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), with emphasis on Business English. Candidates are able to use the language in their professional environment in a practiced, focused and competent manner.

Who takes Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC H)?

Cambridge English: Business: Higher (BEC H) is used as the final school-leaving exam in the field of Business or related fields. Cambridge English: Business: Higher (BEC H) is also used in the corporate sector by candidates who want to enhance their English skills to CEFR Level C1, with a particular focus on business English.

To take the exam you should be able to:

  • Take an active part in business meetings, expressing your opinions and arguing your point of view
  • Understand most business reports and correspondence
  • Write detailed business proposals and letters

How Cambridge English is: Business Higher (BEC H) recognized?

Many companies in india recognize Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC H) as a full CEFR C1 qualification. Cambridge English: Business: Higher (BEC H) is also a solid basis to prepare for the next level (Level C2) Cambridge English exam the Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE).

Paper Content Marks(% of total) Purpose
Reading
(1 hour)
6 parts 25% Shows you can deal confidently with different types of text.
Writing
(1 hour and 10 minutes)
2 parts  25% You need to be able to write a variety of different items such as memos, letters, emails, reports and proposals.
Listening
(about 40 minutes, including transfer time)
3 parts 25% You need to be able to follow and understand a range of spoken materials, such as presentations, interviews and discussions.
Speaking
(16 minutes per pair of candidates)
3 parts 25% Tests your ability to communicate effectively in face-to-face situations. Your Speaking test will be face-to-face with one or two other candidates. This makes your test more realistic and more reliable.

Result-

Depending on which university, college or organisation you are applying to, you may be asked to achieve a specific score or grade, either overall or for a particular skill. For Cambridge English: Business Higher, the following scores will be used to report results:

Grade Score CEFR Level
Grade A 200–210 C2
Grade B 193–199 C1
Grade C 180–192 C1
Level B2 160–179 B2