Top countries to study without IELTS

Top countries to study without IELTS

Writing IELTS or any similar exam could be draining – some aspirants write it dozens of times to just fail again and over again. Of course, practising helps a little but ultimately IELTS is about your English language proficiency,  and unless someone improvises the language proficiency, there is very little chance that you can get through with a needed score.

If you think IELTS is no longer a way for you – don’t worry, we have some of the amazing places you can still make a go about.

United Kingdom: the UK universities are not too fussy about IELTS and there are many universities that exempt IELTS or any other language proficiency exam. Mostly the modern universities waive off IELTS based on your intermediate school English subject marks. If you have got good marks in 12th exams, you can surely be accepted without IELTS.

France: France is well known worldwide for its business schools – most of the schools are triple accreditated and very popular on a global scale. Schools such as Skema, Kedge, and Rennes are extremely popular among international students. Most of these business schools waive off IELTS for international students; however, they do an interview before making an offer to check the academic suitability of a candidate.

Dubai: before now, Dubai is becoming a hub for many companies and educational institutes, many the UK and US-based universities are opening the operating campuses in Dubai as it is becoming much more diverse and dynamic which attracts a lot of international students with easy job options. If you want to study in Dubai, you certainly don’t need to write IELTS.

Singapore: Singapore is one of the most favoured study destinations in Asia – also, it’s the home of some of the top institutions in the world e.g. NTU. You can get an entry in some of the universities and schools without writing any exams as such.

Germany: Well, getting into a public university in Germany could be a daunting process. But yes, if you are sound academically, we recommend to. Another way round, there are many private and run for-profit institutions that can help you get started quickly without any exams. Likewise, there are other countries in Europe where you can study without IELTS like Poland, Latvia, Hungary, etc.

Here is how you can start studying abroad | EDULLEY

Here is how you can start studying abroad | EDULLEY

Well, it’s the easiest task ever – but before you start hunting, it’s of utmost importance to do your own research. Don’t believe us or someone else blindly. All the information is right there on the internet about the standard entry requirements, pre-college exams, financials, education loan providers, insurances, and what not – or you could leave your information with us and we shall get back as soon as possible. 

We live in an era of information – there is so much information all around the world. Propaganda, business, money-making schemes, wrong and right information. It’s very important to know what it involves to become an international student. Which factors one can consider applying for universities and how to figure out the best place for yourself. Here at Edulley, you get everything right – it’s all for you. 


I believe it’s easy to get started – all you need to follow the simple steps to give it a go. 


  1. Shortlisting the country: the first and the foremost step to get started is to figure out which country you wish to go for. The one where most of the people are going or the one which is right for you. This is almost one of the most difficult phases of your journey abroad. You can look for a country based on several factors: PSW (Post-study Work permit), employment rates, PR options, business & internship opportunities, what it takes to get there.

  2. Shortlisting a course: finding the right course is also as crucial as finding the right place to study. If you land in a top university for the wrong course, you are not going to be successful. Be a bachelor’s course or a masters one, pick the one that interests you – being free from social interest. There are hundreds of specializations – if not millions- that you can opt for. A specialized course is much appreciated and of course, it grants you the unique specialized skills in a specific area.
  3. Find the right university: the next step is to find the right university out of a few hundred – the university reputation does play an important role in making your success story. Take a look at the following factors to find the right options: University location, tuition fee, facilities, the investment made in the last five years, student population, the student to faculty ratio, accreditation and awards, ranking & popularity, and employment rate.
  4. Application: now once you have a list of universities and courses you wish to apply – it’s time to apply now. You need the following documents to apply: 10th, 12th, degree, passport, resume, SOP, LOR, IELTS and some miscellaneous documents. There can be some application fees as well to apply – some are paper-based applications and some are just online forms. Keep a track of the deadlines before you apply and consider applying at least six months before the course start date.
  5. Admission letter: After submitting the application, the university would start conversing with you – they would ask if any further information is needed. Each university has a different turn around time for this – this may vary from 1 month to 3 months. You may get a revert in a week as well, in certain cases. The university will send you an email about the decision on your application – be it a rejection or acceptance.
  6. Accepting the letter: After receiving all the offers, it’s time for you to decide the one which you want to go. You either need to pay a small deposit to confirm your place or just send your preference by email sometimes. The initial deposit amount course range from $2000-$10,000 USD.
  7. VISA: It’s time for you to file the visa – visa is a legal permit to travel to a specific country. If you travel without a visa, you will be deported at the airport itself. It’s important that you apply for the visa at least 2 months before your intended course start date – sometimes, it takes more than 45 days to get you the decision on your visa application. 


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