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    Deborah Etim

    It is common knowledge that one of the major requirements for international students looking to study in an English-speaking country is the English Test Proficiency Exam. IELTS – is one that all foreign students would be familiar with. However, did you know it is possible to study in the United Kingdom without IETLS? Well, here is a list of UK universities that accept foreign students without the mandatory IETLS.

    UK Universities where you can study without IETLS

    University of Essex

    University of Central Lancashire

    Aston University

    Robert Gordon University

    Northumbria University

    Swansea University

    University of Northampton

    University of Plymouth

    Portsmouth University

    University of Bolton

    London South Bank University

    Note that to study at the above-mentioned schools, you will still need to prove that you have a good understanding of English. The supplementary prerequisites can be any of the following; verification of above 60% in English in Class XI and XII, a proficiency test attestation by your institution, an undergraduate degree in English, or a pre-sessional language course. You can take the Secure English Language Test (SELT), which is required by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), as genuine proof of English proficiency.

    The benefit of this is that you do not have to pay for the exam or spend time studying for it.

  • Study in UK without IETLS

    Deborah Etim updated 2 years, 8 months ago 3 Members · 4 Replies
  • Mobolaji Oyewale

    September 27, 2021 at 12:38 pm

    Thanks for the information Deborah, but do you know if the UK schools pay little tuition?

  • Michael

    September 27, 2021 at 1:30 pm

    UK Universities generally are on the high side of tuition, however, they have ample scholarship opportunities, including fully funded and partially funded ones.

    If you are looking for low tuition fees study abroad destinations, the first place should be Germany, then the Scandinavian countries (Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark) – these locations actually offer 100% tuition-free study programs; then places like Poland, Hungary….. and other Eastern European countries will follow and finally (but not the least), the Baltic countries – Latvia, Lithuania.

    Are you particular about the UK or do not mind going to other locations?

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