English Language Test Exemption in Canada
In Canada, many universities and colleges require international students to demonstrate their proficiency in the English language by taking an approved language test such as the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) assessment.
In Canada, some universities may waive the English language proficiency test required for international students from specific countries or under certain circumstances. However, the policies vary by institution and program, and some may still require a language test. It’s best to check with each individual institution to confirm their specific requirements.
University of Saskatchewan
University of Regina
University of Winnipeg
Thompson Rivers University
University of Alberta
University of Ottawa
List of countries that are exempted from English language test:
Note: that these exemptions may vary by program and level of study, and some universities may have additional requirements or conditions for exemption. Therefore, it is best to check with the university’s international admissions office for specific details on their language requirements and exemptions.