Even if you speak English fluently, it’s important to spend a bit of time preparing for your IELTS test so you don’t face any unpleasant surprises on the day of your test. We’ll share some IELTS tips and the marking criteria with you.
If you’re thinking of migrating to Australia as a Permanent Resident (PR), you may come seen points-based visas. These visas require you to meet certain skill requirements. We’ll explain what this is and how it works.
Some Australian Permanent Resident (PR) visas are points-based. You can claim points if you have competent, proficient or superior English. Read our our 5 tips for getting extra points for migration.
Applying for an Australian Student Visa (subclass 500) can be tricky. In 8 steps, we’ll explain how you can apply, what you need to do, and how you can meet the English language requirements. Everything you need to know for first time application success. Read more here.
In the Grammar 101 series we look at commonly confused words. This time we cover elude vs allude. Elude is defined as 'to escape from or avoid a danger.' You can use elude when you want to avoid something. Allude can be defined as 'to suggest; or indirectly call attention to something.'
If you need to demonstrate English language proficiency for work, study or migration, you can now take IELTS on a computer at UOW College Australia at the University of Wollongong.