Study abroad without IELTS or TOEFL in these universities | Forum

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soujanya Jan 2

Studying in foreigninstitute comes with a long list of pre-requisites that needs to be fulfilled prior to your admission. One of the most common and important requirement is language proficiency test scores. There are certain universities around the world which allow students to study abroad without IELTS.

Many universities in various countries, such as, Germany, USA, Australia provide pathway programs for students who wish to pursue a course in their desired university.Pathway programs help students, who do not meet the course requirements to prepare for various subjects from English to academic subjects. These courses usually have a duration of 9 - 15 months. Pathway programs will help you to get an admission to a university where your high school qualifications are not accepted for direct admission in an undergraduate/ graduate degree program.

Here’s a list that mentions where you can study abroad without IELTS or TOEFL.


  • The University of Queensland

  • The University of Adelaide

  • The University of New South Wales

  • Macquarie University

  • Bond University

  • The University of South Australia

  • The University of Southern Queensland

  • Swinburne University of Technology


  • Brock University

  • Carleton University

  • University of Winnipeg

  • University of Regina

  • Memorial University

  • Concordia University

United Kingdom (UK ):

  • University of Bristol

  • The University of Bolton

  • London Southbank University

  • Robert Gordon University


Usually, you won’t need a TOEFL or IELTS if you hold a bachelor’s degree in English as the language of instruction or if your native language is English. Some universities just require a letter from the student’s previous educational institution to ascertain English Language Proficiency. However, some courses do not require English language proficiency while others do. The requirements for courses in English Philology, for instance, need you to qualify the English language test.

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