Full-time Cambridge FCE Course 30 lessons


Full time FCE preparacion course of 30 lessons per week in Toronto, Canada


With this Cambridge FIRST FCE B2 preparation course of 30 lessons in Toronto, Canada, you will

  • Enhance your grammar.
  • Increase your vocabulary.
  • Improve your pronunciation.
  • Learn to speak more fluently.
  • Develop your writing and reading.
  • Become familiar with FCE exam techniques.
  • Get tips to pass the FCE exam.

The student must take a specific Cambridge test to know if he or she has the minimum level of language required to do this Cambridge B2 preparation course in Toronto.

A strong intermediate to Upper-intermediate level [B1+ / B2]. is required.

The class schedule may change depending on availability and season.

Continuous monitoring is carried out to check the student´s progress.

On the last day of the Cambridge FCE Preparation Course in Toronto, the student receives a certificate with the details of the Cambridge Preparation FCE course he or she has taken in Toronto, the number of lessons, duration, and the final level of English acquired.

An extra week of accommodation might be needed to sit the Cambridge B2 exam in Toronto.


CourseFull-time Cambridge FCE Course 30 lessons
SchoolCentre of English Studies CES Toronto


ProfilesAdults 16+Cambridge FCE
Required levelB2
Related examsFCE B2
Lessons week30
Lesson minutes45
Age minimum16
Students class maximun16
Students class average12
Schedule Monday09:00 → 15:15
Schedule Tuesday09:00 → 15:15
Schedule Wednesday09:00 → 15:15
Schedule Thursday09:00 → 15:15
Schedule Friday9:00 → 12:15
Year 2024
Holidays (school)28/Dic → 05/Jan
Holidays (country)01/Jan, 29/Mar, 01/Apr, 20/May, 01/Jul, 02/Sep, 30/Sep, 14/Oct, 11/Nov, 25/Dic, 26/Dic


Year 2024
Dates: 02/Apr → 31/May · Weeks: 9 · Exam: 04/Jun (total)4,050$ ≈ 0
Dates: 02/Jul → 26/Jul · Weeks: 4 · Exam: 25/Jul (total)1,900$ ≈ 0
Dates: 29/Jul → 23/Aug · Weeks: 4 · Exam: 22/Aug (total)1,900$ ≈ 0
Dates: 30/Sep → 22/Nov · Weeks: 9 · Exam: 26/Nov (total)4,050$ ≈ 0
Exam fee550$ ≈ 0