Cambridge ICFE exam preparation

Minimum entry level: Intermediate

If you are searching for employment in an international financial firm, a promotion within your current company, or looking to show that you have a strong command of English financial and accounting terms, then ICFE exam is the best option for you, and our live online  Cambridge ICFE Exam Preparation course is an excellent way to prepare for it. It will be tailor-made by your online English teachers taking into account your current level of English skills in the four areas – Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. During your online classes, you will learn the strategies to achieve a high score and how to avoid common mistakes.



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Cambridge ICFE exam preparation course outcomes

By the end of this course you will be able to:

– Approach the questions in the Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking components of the Cambridge ICFE exam more confidently
– Improve your Speaking skills and develop vocabulary on financial English terminology
– Present arguments or express opinions on financial situations
– Ask questions or request clarification about financial information
– Produce letters, reports and interpret fact based correspondence
– Practise through example exam tasks and teacher’s feedback


Cambridge ICFE exam preparation sample syllabus

General English revision (B2 level)

– Nature and role of accounting
– Rights issues and scrip issues
– Identifying user groups
– Direct and indirect costs
– Profit and loss account
– Cost volume profit analysis
– Balance sheet
– Budgeting
– Cash flow statement
– Sources of business finance
– Debtor management
– Managing working capital
– Financial ratios

– Macroeconomic issues
– Central banks
– Types of business structure
– Cash as an investment
– Fixed interest securities
– Equity finance
– Mergers and takeovers
– Collective or pooled investments
– Property as an investment
– The work of a fund manager
– Strategic and competition issues
– Financial statements & ratios

Professional Skills
– Reading and summarising
– Networking
– Using business jargon
– Thinking critically
– Managing conflict and change
– Presenting professional views
– Managing difficult situations


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