TOEFL ACCEPTANCE


ju2491

Dear everybody,

I want to apply for the academic year 2015-2016 and then I'll take the TOEFL exam on the 26 of july but I read that it wouldn't be accepted anymore by Kings College as the UK governement doesn't accept it anymore for visas and immigration...

Does anyone knows somethign about the TOEFL still being accepted by Kings College as I don't need a visas (i'm UE citizen)?

Thanks for your answers :)

Dear everybody,

I want to apply for the academic year 2015-2016 and then I'll take the TOEFL exam on the 26 of july but I read that it wouldn't be accepted anymore by Kings College as the UK governement doesn't accept it anymore for visas and immigration...

Does anyone knows somethign about the TOEFL still being accepted by Kings College as I don't need a visas (i'm UE citizen)?

Thanks for your answers :)
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Hi, I have exactly the same question... Di you get an answer ?

Hi, I have exactly the same question... Di you get an answer ?
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stellarlig...

The TOEFL is no longer accepted by the UK universities starting from 6 April 2014.

Each year test providers sign a special agreement with the UK Government for the purposes of conducting secured English testing services, results of which are to be recognized as sufficient proof of knowledge of the English language by UK universities and the UK Border Agency. Due to an affair related to TOEFL and alleged inconsistencies in testing last year (this was discovered by BBC, If I am not mistaken) this agreement with ETS, a company providing TOEFL testing, was not renewed for another year. Some of us - despite passing TOEFL last year when no affair was even mentioned in the media - had to rake reassessment tests by UK universities in order to confirm our place on the program.

Accordingly, go for for IELTS and you are safe for any and all applications to UK universities (assuming you get appropriate scores, of course:D)!

Hope this clarifies a few things...

The TOEFL is no longer accepted by the UK universities starting from 6 April 2014.

Each year test providers sign a special agreement with the UK Government for the purposes of conducting secured English testing services, results of which are to be recognized as sufficient proof of knowledge of the English language by UK universities and the UK Border Agency. Due to an affair related to TOEFL and alleged inconsistencies in testing last year (this was discovered by BBC, If I am not mistaken) this agreement with ETS, a company providing TOEFL testing, was not renewed for another year. Some of us - despite passing TOEFL last year when no affair was even mentioned in the media - had to rake reassessment tests by UK universities in order to confirm our place on the program.

Accordingly, go for for IELTS and you are safe for any and all applications to UK universities (assuming you get appropriate scores, of course:D)!

Hope this clarifies a few things...





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