You can now study in Canada without taking the IELTS exam. IELTS is an international language test that assesses your ability to converse in English in order to study abroad. Canada has many Fully Funded Scholarships, but many students do not apply owing to the cost of IELTS.
What is IELTS?
To get admitted into universities in countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and the Netherlands, among others, IELTS is recommended. But, in this case, we’re talking about a Canadian higher education institution.
Due to Justin Trudeau’s new education policy for international students, the quality of education in Canada is now the highest in the world. Over 97 universities in Canada offer about 5,000 courses and international students are eligible to apply.
Who is exempted from taking IELTS?
Students who have earned degrees in the English language from a recognized educational institution often demonstrate strong communication skills in reading and writing, according to Canadian universities. They only need to submit a few documents to be admitted to a Canadian university. More information is provided below.
Furthermore, students who have completed an O-level or A-level examination are not required to take IELTS. Individual universities in Canada have developed their own English Language Tests to demonstrate students’ proficiency.
Universities in Canada that does not require IELTS.
The following is a list of Canadian universities that provide this exemption:
- University of Saskatchewan
- Brock University
- Carleton University
- University of Winnipeg
- University of Regina
- Memorial University
- Concordia University