Greetings students of the world, in this
Cardiff Met International Quick Tip I’ll be telling you how students from West
Africa can apply to study in the UK without having to take an IELTS test. Hello again, Jack here from Cardiff Met
International with a quick tip video for students from Nigeria, Ghana and West
Africa planning to come and study in the UK. As you may well know as part of the
entry requirements for coming to study in the UK you will need to demonstrate
your English language ability. For many international students miss involves
taking an English language test such as the IELTS test. However students that
have studied at a high school level in West Africa do not necessarily need to
take an extra test if they’ve obtained good grades in High School English in
their WAEC exam or WASSCE. exam. To study at Cardiff Metropolitan
University students from Nigeria, Ghana and West Africa must have obtained a
grade of C6 or above in the English paper of their WAEC or WASSCE.
You can submit your high school results when making your university application
and you won’t have to provide any further english-language evidence or take an IELTS test. Along with your results the university may ask you to have a
short english-language interview. This is just a check but you have the right
level of English when it comes to speaking and listening. Some courses and
institutions may have slightly different requirements so it’s best to check
before making your application. So there you have it hopefully you now understand
how you can apply to study in the UK without having to take an IELTS test.
Please do give me a like if this has been helpful. If you want to find out
more about English language requirements for Cardiff Metropolitan University and
study in the UK check out my full length video. If you’re looking at study options
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have any questions, comments or suggestions just let me know in the
comments below. For now, thanks for watching this Cardiff Met International Quick Tip and hopefully we’ll welcome you to Cardiff
Met one day soon. Bye bye!