February 25, 2019
If you want to travel, study, or work abroad in an English-speaking country, you will need to sharpen your English ability—but do you know how to demonstrate your skill?Read More
February 12, 2019
Michigan Language Assessment is pleased to announce that four research grants have been awarded for 2019. The grant awards include three inaugural recipients of the Latin America Research Grants, which were established to support research on language assessment in Latin America. Additionally, a researcher received the Spaan Grant, which was established to recognize Mary Spaan’s contributions to the field of language assessment through her more than three decades of work at U-M.Read More
November 8, 2018
Language learners ages 11 to 15 are now proving their English with MET Go!, the newest Michigan Language Assessment test.
MET Go! is an appealing 4-skills test that offers full-color illustrations and modern, age-appropriate content and activities. It’s an affordable way for people to demonstrate proficiency for the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages levels A1–B1.
September 21, 2017
CaMLA’s internship program provides professional training and research opportunities for English language teaching and assessment professionals and graduate students. In 2017, CaMLA welcomed two interns. The following is from Mayu Miyamoto, one of our 2017 interns.
August 12, 2015
The CaMLA Speaking Test Development Report is now available for download. The CaMLA Speaking Test, developed by Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments, assesses spoken language proficiency from the high beginner to low advanced levels, targeting the A2 to C1 ability levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
March 24, 2015