IELTS

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In cooperation with the British Council Austria the IELTS exam can be taken for the first time at the International Language Centre of the University of Innsbruck (isi). IELTS stands for the International English Language Testing System and is an internationally recognised language certificate.

IELTS is accepted as proof of a student’s level of English by more than 9,000 institutions worldwide, including universities, colleges, other educational establishments and agencies. Institutions that accept  IELTS can be found at: http://bandscore.ielts.org/

Each year more than 2 million candidates decide to take the IELTS test as a spring board for their studies, their professional career and their life abroad.

Three highly reputable educational institutions work together in the development and implementation of the test: the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia as well as the University of Cambridge ESOL.

Please note: Exam dates are scheduled annualy when possible in May and November.

Exam Date Fee
IELTS         
April 2018
Fri/Sat 20.04. und 21.04.2018

Written exam:
Sat 21.04.2018, 09.00 am - (approx.) 12.30 pm (Listening, reading and writing)
Oral exam: Fri 20.04.2018, from 08.00 am

In case of high demand, an oral examination will also be held on Thursday 19.04.2018 (from 01.00 pm). All participants will be given the oral examination dates 2 weeks before the examination.
Euro 230.-
Next exam Sat 10.11.2018
Sat 11.05.2019
Sat 23.11.2019
 
Info afternoon Date
Fee
IELTS- Info afternoon
Date: Wed 21.03.2018, 5.15 pm - 6.45 pm
Room: 50101/1 SR

Registration via email to isi@uibk.ac.at
free of charge

Please register directly with the British Council Austria on their homepage:
British_Council

Instructions for registration can be found here: IELTS registration

 

Please note: After the registration deadline has passed (2 weeks before each examination date) no more registrations can be accepted. You will be given your result thirteen days after the examination. The evaluation is provided as a score from 0 (did not attempt the test) to 9 (expert user).

 

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