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As an international student applying to study in the UK, can I be exempted from submitting language results if I have more than 2 years of work experience in English-speaking countries?

June 6, 2019 7:24pm

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  • Gloria Answered June 6, 2019
Some schools offer language exemptions for applicants who have more than two years of working experience in English-speaking countries, but applicants need to provide relevant proofs, such as a letter of recommendation from the company, or a... Read more

Some schools offer language exemptions for applicants who have more than two years of working experience in English-speaking countries, but applicants need to provide relevant proofs, such as a letter of recommendation from the company, or a certificate of employment.

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