Here are some useful links for all wishing to apply for higher education from abroad:
Entry requirements, student visas, confirmation of acceptance for studies, ucas undergraduate application
Do I need to sit an exam every time I complete a level?
No, you can sit just one exam at the end of your studies, usually this would be at the highest level you complete.
For example, you start at beginner level and you finish at advanced, you only book an exam at advanced level.
Are exams compulsory?
No, it is not compulsory to sit an exam at the end of your course.
However, if you require a formal language qualification, you will need to sit an exam.
See more here.
Do I get a certificate when I complete the ESOL course?
Yes, you will gain a certificate of completion reflecting your marks and level. This confirms that you have had guided English language training at a certain level.
See ESOL levels here
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IELTS certificates are valid for two years and are widely accepted for the purposes of university applications, employment applications in the health sector, for visa and immigration purposes and so on.
IELTS for medics Band 7.5 GMC
IELTS for UKVI See more
IELTS for higher education See more
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