How to register for Cambridge English exams
You can register online and pay the exam fee within three working days of starting the online registration process by direct deposit to the British Council account at Alpha Bank. You can do this at any Alpha Bank branch, via an ATM or via web banking through your own bank.
The Online Registration System will generate a unique reference number that you should use during the transaction with the bank. This number should be used instead of your name in the ‘Αιτιολογία’ field on the bank deposit slip or web banking transaction form.
You will need the following information for direct deposit and web banking:
Account number: 1150 0200 2018 908
IBAN: GR05 0140 1150 1150 0200 2018 908
Register by post
Follow these four steps to complete your registration:
For Individual candidates:
Fill in the application form for individual candidates:
- Young Learners (YLE): Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers, A2 Flyers (PDF, 150 kb)
- A2 Key (KET) for Schools, B1 Preliminary (PET) for Schools, B2 First (FCE) for Schools, C1 Advanced (CAE) and C2 Proficiency (CPE) (PDF, 165 kb)
- Business (BEC): B1 Preliminary, B2 Vantage, C1 Higher (PDF, 144 kb)
- TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test) (PDF, 142 kb)
For Foreign Language Centres:
Complete the Block Entry Form (PDF, 401 kb) with your candidates’ details.
Pay the examination fees in one of the following ways:
- Alpha Bank branch or ATM direct deposit to the British Council account (Account Number 1150 0200 2018 908). Quote the name of the individual candidate/school in the ‘Αιτιολογία’ field on the bank deposit slip.
- Online bank transfer to British Council account number 1150 0200 2018 908, IBAN: GR05 0140 1150 1150 0200 2018 908. Quote the name of the individual candidate/school on the web banking transaction form.
- Bank cheque payable to the British Council.
In accordance with Cambridge English regulations, candidates registering for C1 Advanced (CAE), C2 Proficiency (CPE) and Business (BEC): B1 Preliminary, B2 Vantage, C1 Higher examinations will be required to have a passport-style photograph taken on the day of either the speaking test or the written test. Test Day Photography is compulsory for all candidates over 18 years of age.
We will process registrations for candidates under 18 years of age whose parent/legal guardian refuses to consent to the test day photography procedure; however please note that a photo cannot be added to the candidate’s result at a later date.
All candidates, or a parent/guardian, must sign the Test Day Photography Consent Form (PDF, 111 kb).
Send the completed application form, bank deposit slip and the signed photo consent form – for C1 Advanced (CAE), C2 Proficiency (CPE) and Business (BEC): B1 Preliminary, B2 Vantage, C1 Higher candidates – to the British Council at one of the following addresses:
17 Kolonaki Square
106 73 Athens
43 Tsimiski Street
546 23 Thessaloniki
After you register
Two weeks before the date of the paper-based examination, you will receive an email and/or SMS informing you how to access and download your timetable online.
One week before the date of the computer-based examination, you will receive your timetable with details of exam times and venues via email.