CaMLA is a not-for-profit collaboration between the University of Michigan and the University of Cambridge, two institutions with long and distinguished histories in the field of language assessment, teaching, and research.
To offer a comprehensive and flexible set of the highest-quality products and services to help educational, governmental, and private-sector institutions meet their language-assessment needs.
What We Do
We can make available the knowledge and experience gained from serving millions of learners worldwide and from unrivaled research and development activities. We provide a range of assessment and learning tools, including the well-known suite of University of Michigan exams. And, we offer teacher development, consultancy, and research services. Every product and service can be tailored to meet your needs and budget. You can select specific services for a single project, or use any combination of our offerings. We give you complete flexibility.
Who We Are
We are an experienced team of educational and assessment professionals. We provide language-assessment products and services across a broad range of contexts, including university admissions, IEP programs, K–12 ELL programs, professional licensing, and employment.
We work with colleges and universities, education departments and ministries, businesses, and governmental agencies around the world, delivering language assessments in more than 50 countries.
We listen to organizations and work closely with them to develop solutions tailored to their specific needs.
Cambridge English offers the world’s leading range of certificates for learners and teachers of English, taken by over three million people in 130 countries. They help people gain entrance to university or college, improve job prospects or measure progress in English. More than 12,000 employers, universities, and government bodies around the world recognize Cambridge English qualifications.
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan has a rich history of tradition, innovation, and excellence. Established almost 200 years ago, it became a model for American higher education, and one of the nation’s leading public universities by the end of the Civil War. Today, more than 41,000 students on the Ann Arbor campus pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees, and U-M alumni continue to distinguish themselves in every field of endeavor in every corner of the world.