Are you preparing to take an IELTS test in or nearby Oradea, Romania? 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 Oradea and register to save your spot within a couple of minutes.
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Other test centres in or nearby Oradea
About the city of Oradea
There are test locations in Oradea 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 Oradea that accept the IELTS test
University of Oradea
The mission of the University of Oradea is to provide education and research to a high standard of quality in a national and international context of social, professional and, last but not least, intellectual development of the individual, and at the same time to contribute to social and cultural development of Oradea.
The Agora University of Oradea is a private institution of high education and research within public utility in Romania, founded by the Agora Foundation in 2000, and accredited by ARACIS and granted by Law 59/2012, voted by the Romanian Parliament.