Programs defined as 12/24/36/60 hours length. Lessons are given by native IELTS teaachers one-to-one, 4-5 people group or 8-10 people group 

ELTS (the International English Language Testing System) is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work using English. It is often used for admissions to universities in the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and parts of the USA. It is also recognised by professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies.

With a number experienced and qualified IELTS teachers, mainly from the UK, One World has been fulfilling Turkish students’ IELTS needs since 2009, and have helped many of our students pass the test with the grades they needed to enter the universities of their choice. Lessons take place the school or in students’ homes or offices.

More than 400 test centers around the world administer IELTS. Most test centers are run by the British Council, IELTS Australia, or universities and language schools. Some testing centers also offer off-site testing for large groups by prior arrangement with IELTS. Contact your local examination center or visit to find out where the nearest IELTS test center is located.

The IELTS consists of four sub-tests, or modules, to the IELTS test: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The total time of the test is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Students must sit all four sub-tests. While all students take the same Listening and Speaking tests, they sit different Reading and Writing tests, depending on whether they have selected the Academic IELTS test or the General Training IELTS test. The Speaking test may even take place a day or two later at some centres.

The IELTS listening test lasts for about 30 minutes, consisting of four sections. Each section is either a dialogue or a monologue. The test is played once only, and the questions for each section must be answered while listening, although time is given for students to check their answers. The IELTS Reading test lasts for 60 minutes. Students are given an Academic Reading test, or a General Training Reading test. Both tests consist of three sections. The IELTS Writing test also lasts for 60 minutes. Again, students take either an Academic test, or a General Training test. Students must perform two writing tasks, which require different styles of writing. There is no choice of question topics. The IELTS Speaking test consists of a one-to-one interview with a specially trained examiner. The examiner will lead the candidate through the three parts of the test:an introduction and interview, an individual long turn where the candidate speaks for one or two minutes on a particular topic, and a two-way discussion thematically linked to the individual long turn. This interview will last for approximately 11-14 minutes.