According to the Home Office, you can prove your knowledge of English by having a degree that was taught or researched in English.
Your degree must be academic. You cannot use a vocational degree as proof. If you’re not sure whether your degree is academic or vocational, contact your university.
If your degree is from a UK university, you only need your degree certificate.
If your degree is not from a UK university you’ll need:
- a copy of your degree certificate
- an Academic Qualification Level Statement (AQUALS) from Ecctis (formerly UK NARIC) confirming the degree is equivalent to a UK qualification.
If your degree is from a non-majority English-speaking country you’ll also need an English Language Proficiency Statement (ELPS) from Ecctis confirming the degree was taught in English.
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