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New post 11 Aug 2016, 00:25
Greetings Everybody :-D

Although I'm not active here, I am regularly on this forum. This website is of great help :-D.

I had a question regarding Waivers for the English test. I read this off of the admission requirements page and was confused.

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"Waivers for the English language test:

The requirement to provide proof of English language proficiency may be waived at the discretion of the University, in cases where you have:

Successfully completed a full-time degree-level course of a minimum of nine months, at a recognised institution, where the medium of instruction and assessment was entirely in English.

Evidence of the above must be provided by either:

Uploading to the application form transcripts from your institution, which clearly indicates that the medium of instruction throughout your course was English OR
Uploading to the application form an official letter from your institution stating that the medium of instruction throughout your course was English.
You have completed a degree in a majority English speaking country*, as outlined above, by the Home Office.

As evidence, we will review the transcripts you upload to the application form."


The part of the text which I have put in bold is where I'm confused at, is it a separate point all together? Does it mean that the place where the Degree has been completed from has to be an English speaking country?

Thanks in advanced for any help :)

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Bold line means the author add some special information which is very important for that topic so he/she bold it so its dark color attract you to read it.

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