English Language Proficiency (ELP) Exemption during school application
WHED is the International Association of Universities' Worldwide Database of Higher Education Institutions, Systems and Credentials.
Check for your institution on WHED http://www.whed.net/home.php
English language proficiency exemption
You can ask for an exemption if you meet any one of the following conditions:
1. You have completed three or more years of post-secondary education, or completed a graduate degree in an exempt country listed in the chart provided on the school's website.
Always check for their ELP exemption on their website.
2. You have been employed for at least three years in a position in which English was the language of business in a country listed in their chart for ELP exemption.
Just take out time to navigate the website.
3. You've completed three or more years of post-secondary education, or completed a graduate degree at a university where English is listed as the only language of instruction on WHED http://www.whed.net/home.php .
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