Are you preparing to take an IELTS test in or nearby Quanzhou, China? You can find all the IELTS test dates and test locations here on admissiontestportal.com. Click on "Check availability" to access all available IELTS exams in Quanzhou and register to save your spot within a couple of minutes.
There are no IELTS tests offered by British Council in Quanzhou but you may be able to do a test in a British Council test centre nearby. There may be also alternative test providers offering the IELTS test in or nearby Quanzhou.
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Other test centres in or nearby Quanzhou
About the city of Quanzhou
There are test locations in Quanzhou offered and certified by British Council. The test fee specified for the exam locations above is indicative and can vary depending on test date, test location and test type. Please visit the test location website for most recent information.
There are several standardised English tests that you can take to proof your English level, such as the PTE (Pearson Test of English), TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), CAE (Cambridge Advanced English) and IELTS (International English Language Testing System), offered by British Council and IDP. IELTS is the most popular of these tests, with British Council offering more than 500 test locations and being accepted by more than 9,000 organisations world-wide.
Universities in Quanzhou that accept the IELTS test
Huaqiao University (HQU) was established by the Chinese central government in 1960 in Quanzhou, a coastal city in Fujian Province in the Southeast of China, for the education of overseas Chinese. In 2004, a landmark decision was made to build a second campus in Xiamen city, one of China’s four earliest special economic zones, and that campus was inaugurated in 2006.