IELTS exams tips for international students!
Do you want to attend a university or work in an English-speaking country?


IELTS exam for study and work

Many students aspire to study at a university in an English-speaking nation. The number of programmes available is large, and selecting a university or subject to study is not the only decision to be taken. International students who do not speak English as their first language must consider taking IELTS to enrol at a university.

Many students prefer to prepare for the IELTS exam. The IELTS Academic preparation course is intended for students who desire to study at a university or work for a professional organisation in an English-speaking country.

Individuals who desire to train or study at a lower level than a bachelor’s degree, work in an English-speaking nation, or emigrate to an English-speaking country should take IELTS General Training.

IELTS is recognized by over 11,000 organisations in more than 140 countries.

These include:

  1. Universities, schools, colleges and training organisations
  2. Government departments and immigration authorities
  3. Professional and industry associations, multinational companies and employers.

The IELTS test assesses students’ abilities in listening, reading, writing and speaking and the exam lasts for just under 3 hours.

Our English language schools provide IELTS exam preparation classes. Students can enrol in a minimum of a four-week, 15-hour-per-week course. Depending on their progress, students may need to study longer in order to attain their best IELTS score.

The IELTS courses are designed for students who wish to enhance their English language level across all four abilities (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) in preparation for the IELTS exam, as well as comprehend test-taking tactics.

Our English schools often offer these courses online or in-person if the student is prepared to attend the course overseas.

The course’s goal is not only to educate students on how to pass the exam but also to enhance their English level so that they may reach the necessary IELTS score. Furthermore, it prepares students to study at a higher education institution by reading and analysing academic materials and articles, expanding grammar and vocabulary ranges, and listening to numerous lectures, seminars, and discussions on a wide variety of themes.

When the student is ready, the IELTS exam must be scheduled, and the school generally assists or advises. There are test centres in more than 140 countries, and the IELTS Online exam will be accessible very soon as a new option for online Academic exams for students wishing to enrol in foreign higher education.
The official website,, includes valuable information.

If you choose to study the course abroad, you will gain the experience of a new country as well as the opportunity to practise the language in everyday situations, which can speed up the learning process. It may also assist you in gaining a better understanding of the nation in which you intend to study prior to applying to and commencing the course at the university or institution.

If you are interested in taking a IELTS exam and need advice about how to pass it, please see: 10 Best Practices For Your IELTS Exam Preparation.

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