The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge acting through its department Cambridge University Press & Assessment (“Cambridge”)
is responsible for providing examinations and tests for learners and teachers of English language.
The Cambridge English Results Verification Service (the “Service”) has been set up to enable organisations which recognise, receive, accept, or use Cambridge English qualifications and
tests (“Recognising Organisations”) to receive results and/or to verify the validity of the Statement of Results (“SOR”) which may be presented to them (the “Purpose” ). An authorised user
(“Users”, also referred to as “You” / “you”) is any employee of a Recognising Organisation authorised to act and acting for and on behalf of such Recognising Organisation, to which Cambridge
Where you are using the Service as part of your duties of employment,
to be bound by them. If you are not authorised to use the Service, you should exit the site and not continue.
- Provision of Service
software products or web-based products including other third-party software that may be incorporated in the Service
- Cambridge hereby grants the Recognising Organisation a non-exclusive, non-transferable, royalty-free limited licence to use the Service for the Purpose.
All right, title, interest, and ownership in the Service shall at all times remain solely with Cambridge.
- Cambridge reserves the right to withdraw or alter the Service at any time at its sole discretion. Cambridge or its authorised representatives may monitor and audit a
Recognising Organisation’s use of the Service on reasonable notice, not more than once every three (3) months.
- Accuracy of Information and Disclaimer
- Cambridge warrants that the candidate test results information provided through the Service is an accurate copy of the records held by Cambridge on candidate test results.
Results data on this site is updated daily. If you are unable to find the result for a particular candidate, please ask the candidate to share their result with you via the Candidate Website.
Once received you should be able to check the validity of the through the Cambridge English Results Verification Service. If, following this, you are still unable to confirm the validity of the result,
you will need to contact email@example.com
who will investigate the matter further and inform you of the outcome.
- Cambridge English results are intended to be one of many factors used by Recognising Organisations in determining whether a candidate has sufficient English skills to successfully be
admitted as a student or be considered for employment. Cambridge and other parties involved in creating, producing, or delivering Cambridge English qualifications shall not be liable for any
direct or indirect loss or damage arising out of access to, use of, acceptance by, or interpretation of a candidate’s results by a Recognising Organisation.
- All other warranties, undertakings, conditions, and terms, express or implied, whether by common law, statute, custom, trade usage, course of dealings or otherwise
(including without limitation as to quality, fitness for purpose, performance, or suitability for purpose) in respect of the service are hereby excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
- You acknowledge and agree that Cambridge’s liability to the Recognising Organisation for direct loss arising out of or in connection with your use of the service shall be
limited to £1,000 (one thousand pounds sterling). Cambridge shall, however, in no circumstances be liable to you under or in connection with your use of the service for any indirect,
economic, or consequential loss whatsoever: loss of revenue; loss of profits; loss of business; loss of goodwill or reputation; loss of use; any deletion, corruption, destruction, loss
or removal of data or any professional charges.
of its employees.
- You acknowledge and agree that Cambridge cannot guarantee that the Service will always be available to you, owing to the nature of the internet. In addition, you acknowledge and agree
that the Service may be unavailable from time to time owing to maintenance.
- Code of Conduct
- If we grant you administrator rights to create, manage and delete new User accounts at your Recognising Organisation, you agree to monitor the Users within your Recognising Organisation
and delete User accounts when Users have left the Recognising Organisation or no longer require access to the Service for the Purpose.
- You agree not to use the Service for any purpose other than the Purpose (or, if you have administrator rights, additionally to set up and manage User accounts) and in particular not to disclose
any confidential candidate test details or other confidential information which you have knowledge of through your use of the Service to any person except as required in relation to the Purpose.
- Cambridge reserves the right to prevent access to the Service by you without notice and at its sole discretion.
- If accessing any part of the Service, you agree:
- to ensure that any details which you supply to us through the Service are accurate and to let us know promptly if any of the details which you have supplied to us about you change;
- to keep your username and password for access to the Service confidential, and to be responsible for any loss or damage resulting from use of your username and password by any third party;
- not to use the Service in such a way that disrupts, interferes with, or restricts the use of the Service by other third-party Users;
- to ensure that any materials uploaded, displayed, or transmitted by you through or to the Service are not false, offensive, defamatory, threatening, obscene, unlawful and do not breach or
infringe the rights of any person anywhere in the world and you waive any moral rights in respect of any such materials;
- not to reverse engineer, decompile, copy, or adapt any software or other code or scripts forming part of the Service nor attempt to transmit to or via the Service any information that
contains a virus, worm, trojan horse, or other harmful or disruptive component;
- not to send 'spam' email or any unsolicited correspondence to any addresses made available on the Service;
- not to change, modify, delete, interfere with or misuse data contained on the Service entered by or relating to any third-party User of the Service; and
- to follow any reasonable instructions that may be provided through the Service in relation to the use of the Service and/or the interpretation of the information (or lack of information) obtained from it.
- You shall ensure that the data you access or download from the Service is stored in a manner that complies with applicable data protection and privacy laws in the country(ies) in which you operate.
This obligation extends to data held by you on internally hosted systems and/or third-party hosted systems which you use or to which you have access.
- You shall ensure that you notify Cambridge of any changes to third-party systems which receive data through the Service before permitting them to access or otherwise use the data.
- You shall not intentionally or negligently lose, alter, misuse, or otherwise compromise in any way the Service, the information made available through the Service, or the password supplied to you.
- You should satisfy yourself that you have appropriate protection against computer viruses, worms, trojan horses or other items of a harmful or destructive nature whilst using the internet,
and that your connection to the Service is secure.
- The Service may include hypertext links to third-party websites. Cambridge accepts no responsibility for, and can give no warranties, guarantees
or representations in respect of, the content or availability of material of any third-party site.
- You may not create any publicly available hypertext link to the Service without our consent.
- Copyright and Intellectual Property
- The copyright and other intellectual property in material contained in the Service, including without limitation in text, images, scripts, and sounds, is owned by Cambridge except where otherwise stated.
- You may print extracts from the Service or any of its pages for the Purpose only. Any extract printed becomes the responsibility of the Recognising Organisation which has printed it,
in particular in relation to data protection and privacy requirements.
- All other rights are reserved.
- “Cambridge” is a registered trademark of the University of Cambridge in the UK and in other countries.
- Other Agreements
- Contacting Us
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction
is located (the “Jurisdiction”), and the venue for any legal actions involving the Recognising Organisation is to be in the Jurisdiction, and any alternative dispute resolution the
Recognising Organisation is required to follow shall be used before either party resorts to filing a claim in the courts of the Jurisdiction.
Data Protection and Privacy Statement
Cambridge offers and provides examination, assessment, and related services. We are committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of information provided by
Users who access the Service, and we uphold the relevant data protection principles and process all personal data in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 2018, General Data
Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”) and all associated national legislation dealing with the use and handling of personal information.
The Recognising Organisation agrees that it is Data Controller, as defined in GDPR, for data which is provided to it for the purposes of results verification, and for any
additional uses which are made of this data.
Processing of data
In order for Users to access the Service and to gain the full benefits of the Service we need to collect and process various personal data. The personal data we collect is used to
process your request for access to the Service and to provide the Service. We also keep records of those who use the Service so that we can contact Users and inform them of other
Cambridge services that become available, and which might be of interest to them. Users may opt out of receiving such contact by emailing us at
We may also need to contact you at times we need to divulge important information to your organisation.
Disclosure of information to third parties
We will not disclose Users’ information to any third parties, unless we are required to do so by law or any court order, or the User consents to such disclosure.
This Service and our computer systems have security measures in place with the aim of protecting the loss, misuse or alteration of the information Users provide to us.
Modifying / removing your personal information
Users may change their registered details in any way or request that their personal data is removed from our systems or request a copy of their personal data which we hold by
emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments / questions
Any comments or questions about this Data Protection and Privacy Statement may be sent to us by emailing email@example.com
or writing to us at Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 8EA, marking the letter for the attention of the Privacy Team.