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British Council Accredits ‘Abu-Ghazaleh Academy’ as a Center for Registration and Conducting IELTS Exam

British Council Accredits ‘Abu-Ghazaleh Academy’ as a Center for Registration and Conducting IELTS Exam

AMMAN – The British Council has signed a partnership
agreement with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Academy for Capacity Building (TAG-Academy),
a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global), accrediting the
Academy’s Proctored Testing Centers (TAGIMETRIC) to conduct the
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) in Amman.

IELTS is the world’s most popular English language test that
measures applicants' language proficiency for education and work in English
speaking countries. More than 11,000 organizations across 140 countries accept
IELTS, including government, academic, and employment institutions.

The partnership agreement with TAG-Academy offers the
applicants additional options to choose from the accredited examination venues allocated for examinations during the registration
process. 

British Council's Exams Director Levant & Maghreb, Ms.
Ameera Manna’ praised the agreement saying: “We are proud of our
long-term strategic partnership with Talal Abu- Ghazaleh Academy as a center
for IELTS tests. The Academy offers all the required means, facilities, and the
ideal environment to conduct the IELTS exams, which helps our students achieve
their aspirations and reach their goals,"

For
her part, Ms. Areej Ghannam, regional manager of TAGIMETRIC, stated that such a
unique partnership with the British Council-Jordan serves  the IELTS
examinations applicants in terms of providing them with the option to choose
from additional places for examination. She pointed out the importance of
cooperating with the world’s leading bodies that seek to achieve more
development in the examinations field, especially in providing an excellent,
secure and proctored testing environment.

Ms.
Ghannam further stressed that TAGIMETRIC operates in accordance with international regulations
and standards with many partners, including the Syrian Virtual University, Pearson Vue Test Center,
and the International Arab Society of Certified Accountants (IASCA) and others.
Furthermore, she added that the Center is officially approved to conduct
recruitment examinations for international companies, institutions and bodies.

For
candidates wishing to book their IELTS test in Jordan or find out more
information about it, please visit:https://www.britishcouncil.jo/en/exam/ielts

Notes
to the Editor

For
further information, please contact:

British
Council: Mr. Omar Abu Ghosh - omar.abughosh@britishcouncil.org.jo

Talal
Abu-Ghazaleh Global: Ms. Areej Ghannam – aghannam@TAG.Global

The
British Council

The
British Council is the UK’s international organization for cultural relations
and educational opportunities. It works with over 100 countries in the fields
of arts and culture, English language, education and civil society. Recently,
the British Council reached over 75 million people directly and 758 million
people overall including online, broadcasts and publications. The BC makes a
positive contribution to the countries it works with – changing lives by
creating opportunities, building connections, and engendering trust. The BC was
founded in 1934, as a UK charity governed by the Royal Charter and a UK public
body. It receives a 15 percent core-funding grant from the UK government.

Talal
Abu-Ghazaleh Academy

Talal
Abu-Ghazaleh Academy for Capacity Building (TAG-Academy) provides total
training solutions and professional training in more than 20 sectors and
through more than 500 training programs. Its core competencies include
comprehensive training and consulting in areas of training needs assessments,
training plans, organizational structure reengineering, and system design, in
addition to distinguished executive programs in cooperation with leading
government and non-government agencies and organizations from around the globe.


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