Educational Testing Service (ETS), makers of the TOEFL® (Test of English as a Foreign Language™) and TOEIC® (Test of English for International Communication™) tests, joined with Nokia today to launch English learning courses specially designed for Nokia phone users in China.
Designed by ETS teaching and testing experts, the courses are comprehensive, useful and easy-to-learn. They contain English tests, business English and survival English packages. Nokia phone users can download the ...
ETS Global has launched their redesigned corporate website. This site offers many features that were not previously available, including more detailed and accessible information about the ETS suite of products.
The url for the redesigned website is as follows:
ABOUT ETS AND ETS GLOBAL
ETS is a nonprofit organisation with the mission to advance quality and equity in education by providing fair and valid assessments, research and related services ...
The Chinese form a huge diaspora around the globe with its biggest concentration in Southeast Asia. Sizeable Chinese minorities exist in Indonesia, the largest numerically in the region; Malaysia, where they form the biggest non-Malay cohort; Thailand, where they have generally assimilated and are often difficult to differentiate from the Thais; and the Philippines. Singapore, meanwhile, is a Chinese-majority state.
Chinese connections with Indonesia, where there are 5-6 million out of an ...
More than 135 top educational institutions in the U.K. — including the University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and the London School of Economics — accept TOEFL test scores, according to Educational Testing Service. The TOEFL® test is the world's most popular English language exam.
According to the United Kingdom's Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), China and India send the greatest number of students each year to study in the U.K. For these and many other ...
The University of Paris-3, Sorbonne-Nouvelle, and Cambridge ESOL, the world specialist in certification of English language examinations, have ratified an agreement making the university an authorised examination centre of the UK-based assessment agency. Paris-3 introduced the preparatory courses in February and the first batch of students sat their examinations last month.
The agreement was officially ratified at the Sorbonne in Paris by Professor Marie-Christine Lemardeley, President of ...
Good English important for UK study
Study in the United Kingdom may be expensive but it is the best in the world, says Mr. Dan Chugg, the First Secretary and the official spokesman of the British High Commission in New Delhi, in recent exclusive phone-interview with TCYonline.com.
We also spoke to Ms. Gurpreet Wadhera, Head, English Programs at BetterThink, Ludhiana, the language division of Top Careers & You (TCY), an education company with 34 centres in North India.
These experts throw light on various issues ...
World-class Standard for Measuring Workplace English Proficiency
Supports Home Office’s New Immigration Policy
Princeton, N.J. (June 6, 2008) – In support of the United Kingdom Home Office’s new points-based immigration system, ETS announced today the successful launch of the TOEIC® (Test of English for International Communication™) Speaking and Writing Tests on May 22 at Bloomsbury International Language Centre, London.
The TOEIC® Speaking and Writing Tests allow experts ...
English for Graduate Students
One year after mandating that international graduate students take supplemental tests in spoken and written “academic English,” the University of Alabama at Birmingham has found that only a handful -- 5 to 6 percent – are entering at the level deemed necessary to meet graduate school demands. Students at this high level, for instance, don't require any more support in writing than the average native speaker would, and can participate effectively in "extended discussion of abstract ...
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Princeton, N.J. (March 31, 2008) — The TOEFL® test (Test of English as a Foreign Language) has been approved for use with the United Kingdom’s new immigration Points-Based System. The TOEFL test joins the TOEIC® test, which received a similar acceptance in the UK earlier this month. A record 6.2 million people worldwide registered for these exams in 2007.
The UK’s new immigration system’s main elements ...
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Princeton, N.J. (March 21, 2008) —Educational Testing Service, the U.S.-based creators of the TOEFL® (Test of English as a Foreign Language™) and TOEIC® (Test of English for International Communication™) tests, reports that a record 6.2 million students and business people registered to take its well-known English tests in 2007.
Registrations for both the TOEFL and TOEIC tests increased over 2006. Much of the ...