English courses at CEFR B2
Courses with courses that are part of the course evaluated
- Courses at NQF 4 or higher
- English courses at CEFR B2
- No courses with courses that are part of the course assessed under the NQF level 6
- How your sponsor measures your ability in English will now depend on:
- When your pile has been attributed
- What type of course you are studying
- What type of education provider of your sponsor is
- At any time of your request, either at home or outside the country, you may be invited for an interview to test your abilities in English. If your English is clearly not up to par, your application may be refused and / or you may be refused entry to the United Kingdom at the airport.
The old rules for your case to be valid. That is, if you study a course below the NQF 6, or an English language program, your TAS will be valid as long as your sponsor assessed your level of English to B1 of the CEFR.
Students who have not taken English test, but given their level of English assessed by their sponsor will still be able to make an application with an assigned case before April 21, 2011.
Student Visa Renewal: If you’re CAS was issued on or after April 21, 2011
Have English CEFR B2 level if the study of a course of NQF level 6 and above
Have English CEFR B1 level when studying a course at or below NQF 5
Student visa extensions with a recognized institution of higher Education :
If the study of a course of higher NQF levels 6 or a recognized institution of higher education:
Your sponsor can choose how to assess your abilities in English, including the administration of their own tests. Students will be evaluated in the four skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening.
With the approval of the Registrar's academic provider education, "gifted" may have the required level in English given up completely.
Student visa extensions with a non-recognized institution of higher Education :
Students studying courses in CNC 6 or higher must demonstrate English proficiency in four skills in English at CEFR B2 by presenting a certificate of safety Test of English language.
Students studying courses at or below 5 NQF must demonstrate English proficiency in four skills in English at CEFR B1 by presenting a certificate of safety testing of English language.