British Council IELTS Prize (East Asia) 2022


Application deadline:July 15

> Applications are now open for the British Council International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Prize (East Asia) 2022.

> Three motivated students from Malaysia will receive local prizes totalling RM45,000 (RM28,000, RM11,000 and RM6,000 for the first, second and third prize winners, respectively).

> The IELTS Prize encourages applicants to pursue their dreams in any discipline they desire.

> To enter, applicants must hold a minimum band score of 6 in each of the four components of an IELTS test taken with the British Council in East Asia, on or after April 1, 2021.

> Applicants must also intend to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate studies locally or abroad at the degree level in the 2022/23 academic year at a tertiary institution that accepts IELTS as part of its admission requirements.

> Shortlisting and interviewing will take place starting mid-July. The selection panel will award the IELTS Prize to individuals who show a passion for contributing to society with knowledge and skills they will gain from their studies.

> The winners will be announced in August 2022.

> Since its launch in 2011, the IELTS Prize has been awarded to 330 IELTS test takers pursuing tertiary education in destinations abroad, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, France and Singapore, in disciplines ranging from medicine, engineering, science and business management to public communication, media and performance.

Details: https://www.ieltsasia.org/ieltsprize

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