Monday, 3 November 2014 00:05
A free seminar open to anyone interested in taking the IELTS test in the future
The British Council will conduct the first ever IELTS open seminar on 8 November at the Postgraduate Institute of Management in Borella.
The seminar will provide an introduction to the IELTS test format, skills assessed, recognition and preparation options. In addition, the seminar will give an opportunity for candidates to have a clearer picture of the IELTS test, prior to registering for the test.
The IELTS open seminar promises to be a unique event. “British Council is providing candidates with a valuable opportunity with the new IELTS Open Seminar. It complements the useful support mechanisms we already have in place, and helps overcome misconceptions about the test,” Country Exams Manager Harriet Gardner said.
Entrance to the seminar is free and is open to anyone who wishes to find out further information on IELTS. Participants interested in attending are advised to register by visiting the following link http://www.britishcouncil.lk/events/ielts-open-seminar. The seminar offers a limited number of seats therefore early registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment.
IELTS is the world’s most popular English language test. It is recognised by over 9,000 organisations in over 135 countries and is the key to facilitating the journey towards study work and life abroad.
IELTS is owned by the British Council, IDP, IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment.
The British Council has been working in Sri Lanka since 1949, offering a wide range of services and activities across the island, and engages people through its work in the areas of English, Arts, Education and Society.