Most students applying for a visa to study in the UK will need to take an English Language Test . This is because your chosen university needs evidence of your ability in English before they can provide you with a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) to support your visa application.
All students who are applying for a course which is below Bachelor's degree level must provide one of the following:
The University will accept the following tests for admission to degree and postgraduate programmes; this includes integrated programmes where a foundation course forms part of the degree:
Teesside University will also accept the following English language tests for applicants for programmes at degree level and above, providing applicants also take part in an interview with the English Language Centre at Teesside University:
For detailed information on acceptable English language qualifications, please view our English Language Policy.