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Welcome to IELTS at INTO University of East Anglia, IELTS centre number 04555.

Important information on IELTS tests:

To protect the health of IELTS test takers in light of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), IELTS tests have been suspended at INTO University of East Anglia and throughout the UK until further notice.

Affected test-takers at our centre will be eligible for a refund by contacting our centre via email. You may also wish to be placed on our waiting list to be contacted when testing becomes available. Affected test-takers applying for a refund will receive a return of their test fees in full. Please contact ielts@uea.ac.uk with any queries.

If you have been affected by IELTS test cancellations, you may wish to look into online options on the Take IELTS website. These include free practice materials and webinars, as well as IELTS Indicator. IELTS Indicator is a paid online service which aims to provide a more accurate representation of your IELTS scores than a mock test. IELTS Indicator is not intended to be a replacement for an in-person IELTS test, but you should check with the organisation that asked you to take IELTS if they accept results from IELTS Indicator.

You can find more information on practice materials, webinars here and IELTS Indicator here.

Please stay up to date on current welfare guidelines, available here.

Take care of yourselves.


The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) assesses the English language proficiency of people who want to study, work, or migrate where English is used as the language of communication. IELTS is a global English language test that assesses true to life ability communication in English using all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. If you are going to work or study in an English-speaking environment, IELTS will help you.  IELTS scores are accepted by over 10,000 recognising organisations, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies.  Last year, over 3,000,000 people took an IELTS test.  You can find more information about the test here.

There are two versions of the IELTS test to choose from – General Training and Academic.  Make sure you know which one you need before you book your test, as every organisation sets its own entry requirements.  Further information can be found here.

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