TOEFL Courses

Learn more about TOEFL

Want to study abroad at an English-speaking university? If so, then receiving a TOEFL qualification should be your top-priority. Passing the TOEFL exam certifies that you’re capable of using the English language in an academic setting anywhere in the world.

Frequently asked questions
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) are the two most widely-accepted English proficiency exams. Both IELTS and TOEFL are designed to test your proficiency with the English language, especially your ability to communicate effectively in a classroom setting and fit into a predominantly English-speaking culture. While both exams test reading, writing, listening, and speaking, students should be aware that some universities may prefer one exam over the other. Therefore, students should always consult the testing requirements of the particular universities they are applying to before they begin preparing for one of the tests. The TOEFL was developed in the United States at Stanford University and is widely accepted at — and in some cases, preferred by — U.S. universities. The IELTS, on the other hand, is mostly a British test and is more readily accepted in universities within the British commonwealth.