Studying abroad can also mean learning a new language, and opening up your world to new work, study and travel opportunities.
English not your first language? You may need to take a language exam to complete your course application and/or student visa application. Institutions set entry requirements based on the level of English that a student needs to succeed in each course. This is usually measured as an IELTS, TOEFL or PTE Academic score.
If you do not meet the English language requirements for direct entry to the course of your choice, you may have to study English before starting your chosen course. Your university or college will be able to give you more information on your options.
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