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Creating opportunity through communication and performance

Trinity College London believes that effective communicative and performance skills are life enhancing, know no bounds and should be within reach of us all.

We exist to promote and foster the best possible communicative and performance skills through assessment, content and training which is innovative, personal and authentic.

The global pandemic has changed the world for all of us in ways we could never have imagined. Many families have suffered illness, loss and unemployment, while many businesses have struggled to survive. The education sector has been particularly badly hit with teachers and pupils having to adapt to very alien conditions indeed.

However, even with the immense challenges that the pandemic brought, the combined efforts of teachers, examiners, candidates and their parents have allowed all of us to take enormous strides over the past few months. To cope with the world in lockdown we accelerated and expanded the rollout of our syllabuses and examinations across all subject areas in multiple new formats. By doing this, candidates of all ages and in many parts of the world have been able to receive the qualifications for which they have been working so hard.


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Trinity Secure English Language Tests will restart from 08/06/2020

From 1st June, UKVI is beginning a phased resumption of services and we will be resuming Secure English Language Testing at some of our test centres in England from 8th June.

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