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Study in UK with IELTS General Training!

The first thing you will be asked for in immigration or abroad education applications is to prove your English language skills with an official document. IELTS (International English Language Testing System), which is designed to measure your English skills and is the most preferred language test, is accepted by more than 10.00 institutions and organizations worldwide. The exam has two modules, Academic and General Training, and can be used for different purposes.

Although both exams consist of four parts where speaking, reading, writing and listening skills are evaluated, the institution you will apply for may request IELTS Academic or General Training results.

While IELTS Academic is used for study and work abroad, IELTS General Training generally applies to non-academic applications such as applying to immigration and internship programs. In addition, IELTS General Training is the only exam that measures your non-academic and daily English skills. 

IELTS Academic is the exam for those who want to apply for a higher education program in Australia, England, Canada, New Zealand and America. But we have good news for you:

You can now apply for a higher education program with General Training IELTS!

University of Sussex, one of the best universities in the UK and the world, accepts students with IELTS General Training. Located in Brighton and 50 minutes away from central London, the University of Sussex is a great option for those considering higher education in the UK. In addition to hosting more than 2,500 international students from 140 countries, it also has many award-winning academics. University of Sussex, a research university, offers the chance to study with Nobel laureate researchers.

The University of Sussex has foundation and pre-master programs as well as undergraduate and graduate programs. 

Sign up for an online meeting with the University of Sussex, hosted by IDP, and find out everything you wonder from the school representative.

 

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