Applicants from non-English speaking countries are normally expected to have IELTS 6.5 with no element below 6.0
This condition has sometimes been exempted if:
a) A student whose nationality is considered English-speaking by the University of Warwick. b)
A student who has studied at an institution that is considered English-speaking by the University of Warwick; the study should have taken place within the last 2 years prior to entry, and the study should have lasted in total for at least 2 years.
c) English is your first language.
d) You are a graduate of EMU
HOWEVER PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK HAS TO FOLLOW CURRENT UK LAW AND REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE OF OFFERS. THESE LAWS AND REGULATIONS MAY CHANGE FREQUENTLY AND ARE BECOMING STRICTER. REGULATIONS ALSO VARY ACCORDING TO THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN.
HOLDING A VALID IELTS SCORE IS THEREFORE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
FOR INDIVIDUAL QUERIES, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE from firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking the IELTS Exam in Northern Cyprus
EMU is also a TOEFL IBT Centre and a satellite centre for IELTS, preparing students for both exams, with both part-time and full time courses at EMU, including at EMU's International Summer School
EMU's International Summer School also often runs short IELTS and other language courses in the summer months.
In either case, please bear in mind that your academic writing needs to be of a very high standard to succeed in this programme.