May 26 update: Please note – TOEFL Home Edition Test is not accepted for entry into nursing or associated double degrees. QUT has extended the validity of the approved English test results (TOEFL iBT, IELTS Academic and PTE ) from 2 years to 3 years, to meet English language requirements for 2020 admission with the exception of Health courses with an English Language Proficiency requirement of IELTS 7.0 or above.
TOEFL has launched a Special Home Edition test in limited countries and we are pleased to advise that QUT will accept the test as meeting English Language requirements for admission into QUT courses effective immediately. The test scores requirements remain the same as published on QUT course webpages. Given the current challenge with English testing in the COVID-19 situation, we believe this would be welcome news for you.
Please note the test is not currently available in Mainland China and Iran. Students (including Chinese and Iranian nationals) residing in other countries, where TOEFL iBT testing is normally available, have access to the test.
The test is taken at the candidate’s own computer at home. It is invigilated with the same TOEFL test format, scoring scale, and method of scoring. This test edition is available temporarily until social distancing restrictions are eased or lifted allowing return to regular test center testing. For more detailed information on the test, please refer to https://www.ets.org/s/cv/toefl/at-home/ .
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the relevant QUT regional managers below;
Ms Jacqueline Yuan
|North Asia and Australasia
Ms Serena Yeo
|Europe and Americas
Ms Marina McKeaugue
|South East Asia and Pacific
Ms Hayley McNeel
|South Asia, Middle East and Africa
Mr Sajal Paul (acting)