Many universities worldwide and all universities and colleges in the UK accept IELTS test results.


Many universities worldwide and all universities and colleges in the UK accept IELTS test results. Tier 4 student visa applicants can apply to universities in the UK with an IELTS result, unless the institution has additional requirements.

As a future international student, you should take the Academic IELTS test. The General Training IELTS test is sufficient for programmes which do not award a degree. You will need to demonstrate that you are qualified and can successfully complete a degree programme taught in English.


Language skills are key to career success, and are considered a valuable asset in addition to all the other requirements of any job. If you are a work visa applicant, you must achieve either ‘competent’ English or ‘vocational’ English language skills, meaning you will have to be prepared for more than basic conversational English.

IELTS can help you achieve this. Different countries require a minimum of different band scores of IELTS in order to be deemed qualified to work there.


Government agencies use the IELTS exam as part of their application process to obtain citizenship or the right to permanent residence. The IELTS exam is accepted by immigration authorities and continues to play an important role in using language assessment as a mean to control migration numbers.

Check with government agencies or institutions in these countries for specific language requirements and scores regarding immigration.

What we offer?

You will find a list of the lessons we offer and their details as follows:

Crash course

A quick guide to getting a good band score in your IELTS exam. This course is especially designed in a way for you to learn everything you need to know over a short period of time. This course is spread over 2000 lessons.


Locating and understand precise information and text
Analyzing and understanding different types of texts
Identify alternative meanings
Vocabulary building


Understanding visual information
Interpreting of data and statistics
Developing and presenting arguments
Organizing and expressing facts, opinions


Techniques in prediction, paraphrasing
Answering different types of question patterns
Identify key words, paraphrases
Simultaneous listening and writing


Giving personal and general information
Organizing notes on random speaking
Playing your part in a two way discussion
Comparing and contrasting information


  • Test Centers over 1200.
  • Countries over 140 countries.
  • Score validity 2 Years
  • Score range: 0 to 9
  • Scores used by: 10,000+ colleges
  • Test takers: 3M+ in 2017

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