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31 Mar 2016

First IELTS for UKVI computer based test takes place at IH London

IELTS for UKVI Group Delegate Photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first IELTS for UKVI (Academic) computer based testing run by the British Council, has taken place today at International House London. The IELTS for UKVI, computer based testing, means that some IELTS test takers for UK visas and immigration will now be able to take the listening, reading and writing components of their test using a computer.

We would like to thank all the team members involved for the effort they’ve put in to make this happen. Delegates included Steve Brent, CEO of IH Trust and John Gildea, Global Head of IELTS. We would also like to say a special thanks to the following heads of departments and managers from IH London, The British Council, IELTS and IDP Australia for participating in the delivery of today’s examination:

Eve Truszkowska – Head of Exams IH London
Anne Staniforth – Head of IELTS Strategy and Development IDP
Victoria Seller – UKVI concession Manager
Sheraz Alvi – Global Exams Systems Manager
Maria Elwood - IELTS Regional Manager UK, Ireland, Americas at British Council
Artur Korko – IELTS UKVI Operations Manager

IELTS for UKVI student photo and computer

 

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