IELTS

In a Joint Partnership Initiated by the Faculty of Languages and Translation
المصدر: 
IT General Directorate

King Khalid University has been nominated as an accredited center to conduct the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) which is considered the most famous and accredited test in the world. The aim of the test is to assess the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers.

Being an accredited center is a result of the successful joint cooperation between the Faculty of Languages and Translation of the University and the British Council over three semesters. Since then, e-courses have been provided to get the applicant ready for the IELTS through the International Teaching Program at the Deanship of e-learning.

It is worth mentioning that the first date for the test will be on February 7, 2015, AD, and it is going to be available for both sexes. The Test center for male students will be in the Faculty of Languages and Translation, Guraiger, while the female students will attend their examination at the Faculty of Languages and Translation, Alsamer.

Further inquiries on the following e-mail:ielts@ekku.edu.sa

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International English Language Testing System
المصدر: 
King Khalid University, Media Center

King Khalid University held on 6/2/2015 AD the 1st International English Language Testing System (IELTS) for students who wish to complete their studies whether in national or international universities. It is noteworthy that the test has been adopted recently in the University, which became an accredited center for "IELTS."Accreditation came within the framework of the University cooperation with the British Council to serve the community.

The Dean of the Faculty of Languages and Translation, Dr. Abdullah Al Melhi stated that the University President was keen on finding an alternative to the TOEFL center as soon as possible. His Excellency, the University President, had a significant role in the completion of this agreement, which saved traveling costs and other inconveniences for those who wanted to perform the test.

It is noteworthy that the University, represented by the Faculty of Languages and Translation has recently signed a strategic partnership with the British Council. The partnership allowed the University to conduct International English Language Testing System (IELTS) for students wishing to continue their studies in national or international universities.

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