For organisations using IELTS, the test results guarantee
that an applicant has sat face-to-face with an expert language
assessor. So, no bots or algorithms – just two people
communicating in English as they do at university, work
Let’s talk support
The IELTS Partners are committed to helping test takers
achieve their best score on test day, so they can move on
with attaining their study, work and migration goals.
Every day, we share advice, tips and live info sessions
with our community of more than 5 million test takers.
If your applicants are preparing for IELTS, please
encourage them to take advantage of the support available
so they can head into their test with confidence and clarity.
Take a look at the tools available here ielts.org/prepare
An online tutorial has been prepared for organisations who
accept IELTS. This free toolkit steps through how to ensure
results presented are genuine, and it provides an overview of
how the IELTS test helps organisations achieve their goals.
The IELTS Partners also host regular briefings with higher
education institutions to discuss the latest in test security
measures, test integrity and setting the right band score for
Any questions? Let’s talk
Contact our global team at ielts.org/contact
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With a history spanning 30 years, IELTS is the
trusted, secure, gold standard of language tests.
It is the only test accepted by all four of the
immigration authorities in Australia, Canada, New Zealand
and the United Kingdom.
In the UK, the government has recently renewed the
authorisation of IELTS as a Secure English Language Test
(SELT) for visa and immigration purposes, and it remains the
leading test of English for people who want to work in the UK
IELTS is also accepted by almost all universities in
Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK, and by more
than 3400 institutions in the United States.
Let’s talk about the test you trust, delivered
What may be less well known is that in recent years IELTS
has undergone a remarkable makeover.
The world’s leading English language test now has more
options for test takers.
Right now, in more than 70 countries, test takers can opt to
take IELTS on a computer or on paper.
Test sessions are provided up to seven days a week,
demonstrating our commitment to helping test takers choose
a date that best suits them.
Let’s talk about human conversations
What sets IELTS apart is its focus on real-life language skills.
While the Listening, Reading and Writing tests can now
take place on a computer, Speaking remains with an