New research benchmarks international IB students language skills for universities
The study, conducted by the National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (UK NARIC) provides a benchmark for universities across the world to assess international IB students’ English language acquisition.
Most international universities around the world have English proficiency requirements for incoming international students. Many universities accept scores in DP language courses as evidence of language skills and the research results enable universities to benchmark these requirements for the first time.
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