How to Study in Abroad Without IELTS

Language proficiency is an integral component of studying abroad as many international universities conduct their courses in English. Students applying for student visa are typically required to take English tests such as TOEFL or IELTS but these exams can be costly, time consuming and cumbersome; luckily there are universities which accept international students without the necessity for these proficiency tests.

Many universities in Europe allow their students to study abroad without Ielts by providing proof that their prior education was conducted entirely in English language. To do this, they need a MOI certificate from their previous university as proof. Some also conduct video or Skype interviews to assess students’ language and communication abilities.

Another option for studying abroad without IELTS is taking alternative English proficiency exams such as Duolingo English Test or CanTest, which are relatively cheap and easier than IELTS. Some universities, like University of Saskatchewan, allow their students to waive IELTS altogether if they can demonstrate English proficiency through such alternative exams or language center preparation courses; this gives international students an easy way to avoid expense and stress of IELTS tests while still entering top universities – just make sure your research universities carefully in terms of requirements for your desired program(s).


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