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Is an English Proficiency document required?

Not necessarily! If you want to study your degree in one of our English programs but are not able to provide one of the above English proficiency qualifications, you can start your learning journey with UoPeople’s English Composition 1 course. In this case, you will be required to successfully complete the course before continuing to study with UoPeople.

 

Because most of UoPeople online studies are accredited English degree programs, we offer all non-native English speakers to provide us with some proof of English proficiency in order to avoid taking the English Composition 1 course. There are four ways to prove your English proficiency, you can read about them here. If you are a non-native English speaker, or you graduated from an institution where English was not the primary language of instruction, please see which other English proficiency documents you may submit to be considered for admission to UoPeople.

 

Please note: Proof of English Proficiency is not a requirement for those wishing to study in Arabic. For more information about UoPeople degrees in Arabic, click here.