Why Choose IELTS?
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is the most popular English language proficiency test recognized globally and accepted by more than 10,000 organizations in over 140 countries.
IELTS is owned in partnership with IDP IELTS Australia, the British Council, and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations. IELTS is accepted by the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) and is used to measure your English language proficiency.
It is the most popular English Language Proficiency Test in Nigeria. Here’s why;
- It enables you to study, work and live abroad – More than 10,000 organizations in more than 140 nations accept IELTS as a valid credential. Your IELTS results will help you meet your immigration requirements.
- IELTS is the world’s favorite test of English for migration – IELTS has been taken by more than 30 million people since its inception in 1989. The exams are taken by an astounding 60,000 people per week on average.
- Covers both American and British English – IELTS offers to hone your ear to various native English accents, whether you plan to study in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, or New Zealand.
Our Core Competence
- With our competent and experienced instructors, we can help you achieve a high band rate through our quality preparatory program.
- You can learn with us from the comfort of your home or office, as we offer online and in-person training programs.
- Our conducive and modern facility creates an effective learning environment.
- We guide you through the process seamlessly, from IELTS preparatory classes to test registrations.
- Our consultants can proffer relevant immigration services.
Frequently Asked Questions
What documents are required for my registration?
A valid identification document: Passport or NIN card (not the temporary slip) for Nigerians. Non-Nigerians should provide a valid Passport.
How long does your classes run for?
We offer an intensive 1-month preparatory class.
How long will my IELTS result be valid for?
Organizations will typically not accept your result if it is more than two years old, whether you took the IELTS on paper or electronically. Unless you can show proof that you have actively sought to maintain or improve your English since taking the test.