Access English Test
Competence in English
Applications are now open for the next Access English Test on Monday 24th June 2013.
Classes for part-time programmes are generally taught in English. Every registered student of ITT Dublin who does not have Leaving Certificate English must provide evidence of equivalent competence e.g. FETAC Level 5 Communications or at least an equivalent level qualification examined through English.
If English is not your first language you must demonstrate to ITT Dublin that you speak and write English competently. This will ensure that you will get the best out of the programme you join. There are a number of ways you can show you are competent in English:
Provide evidence that you have successfully completed a recognised examination in English competency. The recognised English Competency examinations are listed.
If you have completed an examination in English competency that is not listed here you should:
- Attach the original of your certificate or transcript when you apply for the programme you want to complete. (This document should state the qualification obtained, the level of the award and the awarding body)
- If the certificate is not in English, you must also attach a certified English translation of the certificate or transcript
ITT Dublin will consider your application and may ask you to complete a test to determine how well you speak and write English.
If you would like to register for a programme at ITT Dublin, but you cannot provide any evidence that your English is at the required standard for entry then you have the option of completing the ITT Dublin Test - APPLY ONLINE
If you require any further information please contact the Department of Lifelong Learning:
Tel: + 353 1 404-2101 Email: LLL@ittdublin.ie