More than ever, employers are hiring individuals with strong English language skills to work in international businesses. However, in today’s challenging global market, candidates are competing against hundreds of other applicants with similar backgrounds.

As a student, having a strong level of English is an essential way to stand out from the crowd. Whether you’re planning to study abroad or give your resume a boost, taking an English assessment test can help you achieve your goals.


Do you want to study abroad?

Be anything and study anywhere with the TOEFL® tests

More than 10,000 universities and institutions in over 150 countries trust TOEFL test scores. These English language assessments measure your ability to use and understand English at the university level.

English as Second Language tests (ESL) are popular for students and are preferred by most universities in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K., the U.S. and across Europe and Asia. If you’re planning on studying abroad at an institute of higher education, TOEFL tests can help you stand out from other applicants.

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I sat the TOEFL iBT test during my Master’s application process, it was huge asset in my case. I got a high score, thanks to that I got a scholarship.

Pamela, Wageningen University (Cochabamba, Bolivia)

TOEFL ITP® tests

Bring the global standard in English-language assessment to your classroom with the TOEFL ITP® Assessment Series. 
  • Total time: 2h (Level 1) / 1h10 (Level 2)
  • Format: paper-and-pencil or online
  • Levels assessed: High Beginner to Advanced (A2 to C1)
  • Recommended score validity: 2 years
  • Skills assessed: the 3 skills (Listening, Reading, Structure and Written Expression)
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Are you looking for your first job?

Demonstrate your English-language proficiency to potential employers

Today’s job market is both international and competitive. With an increasingly globalised economy and work culture, your knowledge of a foreign language can be just as important as your degree.

The TOEIC® tests are exactly what recruiters are looking for to assess your English language abilities. Many institutions and companies are familiar with our tests, and some even use them as a benchmark for candidates.

Accepted and trusted by more than 14,000 organisations in over 160 countries, TOEIC® tests assess your English-language proficiency across four language areas (listening, reading, speaking and writing). Having a TOEIC® test score on your resume is a competitive advantage that can help you stand out from the crowd, further your career and succeed in the workplace.

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I am looking for a job abroad, I want to boost my resume with a TOEIC test score

Anonymous, Jobseeker

TOEIC® Listening and Reading test

This test measures beginner to advanced English listening and reading comprehension skills for the workplace for non-native English speakers.
  • Total time: 2 hours
  • Format: paper-and-pencil or online
  • Levels assessed: Beginner to Advanced (A1 to C1 on the CEFR)
  • Recommended score validity: 2 years
  • Skills assessed: “receptive” skills (Listening and Reading) with multiple choice questions
  • Discounts available for: students, military and unemployed test takers
  • What to bring? A valid ID and 2 pencils
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TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests

These tests measure beginner to advanced English communication skills for the workplace for non-native English speakers.
  • Total time: 1h20
  • Format: computer based
  • Levels assessed: Beginner to Advanced (A1 to C1 on the CEFR)
  • Recommended score validity: 2 years
  • Skills assessed: “productive” skills (Speaking and Writing) with open-ended questions
  • Discounts available for: students, military and unemployed test takers
  • What to bring? 2 valid identifications
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TOEIC Bridge® test

This test measures beginner to intermediate English Listening and Reading comprehension skills for the workplace for non-native English speakers.
  • Total time: 1 hour
  • Format: paper-and-pencil or online
  • Levels assessed: Beginner to Low-Intermediate (A1 to B1 on the CEFR)
  • Recommended score validity: 2 years
  • Skills assessed: “receptive” skills (Listening and Reading) with multiple choice questions
  • Discounts available for: students, military and unemployed test takers
  • What to bring? A valid ID and 2 pencils
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Do you need to validate your diploma?

The first step toward English-language success

Today’s job market is both international and competitive. With an increasingly globalised economy and work culture, your knowledge of a foreign language can be just as important as your degree.

If you are not a native English speaker, you will have to prove your English to your employer. That is why a TOEIC® test score can help you validate your diploma. Our scores provide you with meaningful feedback about your strengths and weaknesses for all four language skills (listening, reading, speaking and writing).

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To validate my degree, I needed a score of at least 800 points. My university gave me access to a platform to practice.

Anonymous, 24 year-old, Student (Centre)

TOEIC® Listening and Reading test

This test measures beginner to advanced English listening and reading comprehension skills for the workplace for non-native English speakers.
  • Total time: 2 hours
  • Format: paper-and-pencil or online
  • Levels assessed: Beginner to Advanced (A1 to C1 on the CEFR)
  • Recommended score validity: 2 years
  • Skills assessed: “receptive” skills (Listening and Reading) with multiple choice questions
  • Discounts available for: students, military and unemployed test takers
  • What to bring? A valid ID and 2 pencils
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TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests

These tests measure beginner to advanced English communication skills for the workplace for non-native English speakers.
  • Total time: 1h20
  • Format: computer based
  • Levels assessed: Beginner to Advanced (A1 to C1 on the CEFR)
  • Recommended score validity: 2 years
  • Skills assessed: “productive” skills (Speaking and Writing) with open-ended questions
  • Discounts available for: students, military and unemployed test takers
  • What to bring? 2 valid identifications
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