* Knowledge of English
Knowledge of English
When applying for a visa, you must submit documents that are in English.
Success in one of these levels means passing the valid English language test (SELT).
Educational centers have the authority to determine the language level for students. On the other hand, applicants are required to prove their language level to the standards set by the British Home Office. These standards are as follows:
- Level B2 of CEFR if you are studying at diploma level or higher.
- SELT in reading, writing and listening and speaking skills and B1 level from CEFR if you are not studying at diploma level.
If you intend to submit a SELT certificate to determine your level, your certificate must be validated and recognized by the center.
You will not need to prove your English language proficiency if you have a British diploma equivalent in the following countries.
- Antigua and Barbuda
- New Zealand
- St. Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Great Britain
- United States of America
You also do not need to prove your English if you have any of the following: