Is IELTS Possible In The COVID-19 Pandemic?

IS THE IELTS POSSIBLE WITH COVID-19?

                                      

 

Considering the global fluid situation, uncertainty plagues various sectors from politics, economics, education to sports and so on. The IELTS and its ripple effects on STUDY ABROAD, Immigration programmes (like the Canada Permanent residency application) as well as medical job-abroad applications (Doctors or Nurses employment in UK hospitals) have been affected too.

Here Is The Current STATUS Of Events For Your Information:

 

IS IELTS TEST STILL ON?

MOD/Idp, a joint owner of the IELTS worldwide, has been providing test schedules to both IELTS General and Academic candidates in Nigeria since May of 2020. (For more info call (+234) 812 4141 070)

 

So yes, the IELTS is still on!

 

Although the IELTS was temporarily suspended at the initial stage of the pandemic, from March till May of 2020, the “IELTS Indicator”, a variation of IELTS which can be written anywhere including homes, has been offered by the British Council to students who require IELTS for their university application. The IELTS Academic is the only module offered through this medium. (Click https://www.britishcouncil.org.ng/exam/ielts/which-test/ielts-indicator for more details)

 

HOW ABOUT IMMIGRATION PRPOGRAMMES

Immigration programmes like the permanent residency programme for Canada is  ongoing with the Government of Canada inviting, as of June 2020, a total of 46,392 applicants, issuing ITA’s twice every month irrespective of the pandemic. (Check with your consultant for more information or visit https://www.travelconet.com/canada-eligibility-payment-page.html)

 

REGARDING STUDY ABROAD

Most universities abroad continue to process applications, especially for Fall of 2020 and Spring of 2021. Some institutions entertain the IELTS indicator as an alternative for the IELTS academic, while some insist on the latter. Good news is that interested candidates can have any of the two. (For more info call (+234) 812 4141 070)

 

MEDICAL WORK IN UK HOSPITALS

“…we are recruiting many more doctors and nurses… than a year ago….”, tweets Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of U.K on June 25th, 2020. This is how wide the recruitment gate has become for interested doctors and nurses who wish to work in the UK.

GUARANTEE YOUR SUCCESS WITH IELTS!

 

Smith Ajibode

(Public Liason)

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