What about English Proficiency?

At ALU, the primary language of instruction and collaboration is English. As such, if your primary language of instruction in secondary education was not English, you will be asked to provide proof of English proficiency, which could be any of the options below.

However, this should not discourage you as other examinations can be considered by the Admissions Committee. Furthermore, should you not be able to provide a language exam, ALU will provide you with our own English Assessment test administered by Busuu. 

 

Test

Minimum Score Required

Academic IELTS

Overall score of 6.0; with no single element below 5.5.

TOEFL internet-based test.

Overall score of 60-78 with minimum element scores of reading at 18, listening at 17, speaking at 20 and writing at 17.

Pearson PTE Academic

Overall score of 50 with minimum element scores of Listening at 47, Reading at 47, Speaking at 47 and Writing at 50.

SAT

Overall minimum score of 1000.

Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English

Grade C

Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English

Grade C

University of Michigan: Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE)

Pass

University of Michigan: Michigan English Language Assessments Battery (MELBA)

80%

Duolingo English Test

Overall minimum score of 95-100

McGraw-Hill Education English Certificate

CEFR Level B2

 

Please keep in mind that generally those, whose primary language of instruction in secondary education was English, are exempt from needing to prove English proficiency.



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