Introduction

Trinity College London is a leading international exam board and independent educational charity that has been providing assessments around the world since 1877.

With more than 850,000 candidates a year in over 60 countries, Trinity exists to promote and foster the best possible communicative skills through assessment, content and training which is innovative, personal and authentic.

Trinity’s English language qualifications (including GESE, ISE and Trinity Stars), are enjoyable to prepare for, rewarding to teach and help learners develop the skills needed in real life. Trinity GESE and ISE qualifications are externally assessed, fully regulated by Ofqual, and mapped to the CEFR. They provide carefully levelled stepping stones for a wide variety of English language programmes to demonstrate language progression and to support learner confidence.

Digital certificates

From September 2023, Trinity College London has changed the way we issue certificates for many of our exams for customers in the UK & Ireland.

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Further information

Qualifications available in the UK and Ireland

View English language qualifications that are currently available in the UK and Ireland.

Find an exam centre

See a map of Registered Exam Centres in the UK and Ireland.

Provide Trinity exams

Learn more about registering your organisation as an exam centre or course provider.

View Listed Education Agents

View a list of global Education Agents that have undertaken training in Trinity's English language qualifications.

PON in the UK, Ireland and Malta

Find organisations offering courses for PON students in the UK, Ireland and Malta.

Recognition

Learn more about the recognition of Trinity's English language qualifications.

Latest news, help, support and resources

Further information about our ongoing support, exam administration and frequently asked questions.

Trinity Centre Hub

Designed to support our registered exam centres with the promotion and general administration of Trinity's English language exams.

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