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What is the difference between IELTS and OET?

Both IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and OET (Occupational English Test) are used to test the English language of healthcare professionals in different parts of the world. (more...)

Over 700 students and counting...

We’ve had an incredibly busy start to 2021 and are currently teaching over 700 students on a variety of programmes. This is in addition to almost 2,500 students currently taking our non-tutored ... (more...)

What's IELTS? Read all about it

The IELTS Academic test was originally designed for students who wish to study in English speaking universities at either degree or postgraduate level. It is now also one of the tests accepted by the ... (more...)

Reach IELTS updated to include 2 complete, timed tests

We’re delighted to announce that our flagship online Reach IELTS course has been updated to include 2 full IELTS Academic tests. (more...)

Which OET and IELTS English language scores are accepted for different healthcare professions?

Are you trained outside the UK in a country where English is not the first language but would like to work in the UK? (more...)

A Message to our Candidates, Clients and Learning Community Regarding COVID-19

We teach English to healthcare professionals and students – doctors, nurses, pharmacists, carers – who in many cases are now on the front line of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. (more...)

Are you coming to Spain in October?

We’re hugely looking forward to attending the 4th international English for Healthcare Conference on October 3rd and 4th – and not just because we get to go to the Spanish Mediterranean coast for a ... (more...)

IELTS writing tips

Getting a high score in the IELTS Writing paper is the most challenging task for many IELTS test candidates. You need to use advanced grammar, a wide range of high-level vocabulary and plenty of ... (more...)

What's the difference between IELTS writing 6.5 and 7.0?

  Academic IELTS for international nurses At the beginning of 2016, the NMC introduced a new regulation which required all nurses from outside the UK to achieve a score of 7.0 or above (out of 9.0) ... (more...)

The NMC reduces IELTS Writing requirement from 7 to 6.5

  The NMC reduces IELTS Writing requirement from 7 to 6.5 SLC is delighted with the NMC’s decision to reduce the required level in the Writing paper of the Academic IELTS test from 7 to 6.5, as from ... (more...)

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