IELTS gives you wings to fly.
Do you dream about studying in an English-speaking country?
You are not alone. Millions of students around the world take the IELTS for admission to colleges and universities across Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA every year.
There are two versions of IELTS: IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.
The IELTS Academic test is suitable for entry to study at undergraduate or postgraduate levels.
The IELTS Academic test is designed to assess whether you are ready to begin studying or training in an environment where English language is used and reflects features of language used in academic study.
The content of the test is relevant for all test takers, irrespective of your subject focus.
IELTS General Training
The IELTS General Training test usually required for vocational training, for example, in the construction, hospitality and leisure, and tourism industries.
The IELTS General Training test measures English language proficiency in a practical, everyday context. The tasks and texts reflect both workplace and social situations.
Choose the right test
Most people take the IELTS Academic test to support their study and application to study overseas – but it is important to check the entry requirements of individual organisations before choosing your test.
Share your test results
Students can nominate up to five institutions to which their IELTS test results are sent automatically and free of charge. There is a fee for sending results to additional organisations. You can request your centre to send your results as long as your IELTS scores are valid.