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Professional development programs are for individuals seeking up-to-date knowledge in their fields of study.

​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​OET is an international English language test that assesses the language communication skills of healthcare professionals who seek to register and practice in an English-speaking environment. OET results are accepted by healthcare regulators in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, Namibia, Singapore, and Ukraine as proof of English language proficiency.  

​​​​​​The test is also recognized in Australia and New Zealand for visa and immigration purposes. Available at more than 120 venues in 40 countries, OET is owned by Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment, a venture between Cambridge Assessment English and Box Hill Institute, Australia.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​For more information click Here

Achieve your work, study, and migration goals with IELTS by IDP.
​​​​​​​​Choosing IELTS gives you more options for the future. ​

​​​​​​ IELTS is globally accepted by more government agencies, educational institutions, and professional bodies than any other English-language test. IELTS is accepted by more than 11,000 organizations in over 140 countries. This includes Universities, schools, training colleges, and tertiary institutes- governmental departments and agencies- professional and industry bodies-companies, and employers. Universities, employers, and migration bodies each set their own IELTS score requirements, depending on the level of English they require for their purposes. It's always best to confirm the score you need directly with your chosen organization.​

​​​​​The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test

Overview ​​​
Dar Al Hekma University is considered the first test venue in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test.

JLPT certification offers various advantages. In Japan, the JLPT s taken into consideration for preferential immigration treatment as well as eligibility for various national exams. Outside Japan, it is widely used for school credits, graduation certification, job screening, and promotion, as well as for a variety of national qualifications.

Test Levels:

JLPT has 5 levels N1, N2, N3, N4, and N5. On the JLPT official website, you can see the composition of test items, and sample questions cover all question patterns for all levels. The website contains sample questions and a wealth of other information. Please check the website to learn more about the test.

Test Day Requirements:

Please bring an original and valid passport, Saudi ID, and Iqama ID card on the test day along with the admission ticket.
You must show the Tawakalna app, with a Green status, on the test day to be allowed into the University building.

Test Fees:

The test fees are according to the levels.

  • Level N1: SR 550
  • Level N2: SR 550
  • Level N3: SR 550
  • Level N4: SR 500
  • Level N5: SR 500
Refund Policy:

According to the Japan Foundation, applicants cannot refund the test fees if they canceled their registration.

Score Info:

All examinees will be issued a "Certificate of Result and Scores. Successful examinees will also be issued a "Certificate of Japanese-Language Proficiency". Examinees may come and collect from Dar al Hekma University or we will be happy to send it via DHL if needed

For more information, please consult the terms and conditions in the JLPT Test Guide or contact Continuing Education Department at Dar Al Hekma University in Jeddah: ced@dah.edu.sa


For more information regarding the test please click the link below:

guide_2022.pdf

For more information on the Test Taker's Guide, please click the link below: 

  test_guide_2022A.pdf

The application for the JLPT test for July 3, 2022, is closed. The Link for July 2023 will be put here later. 

  • Examinees who took the Test overseas, except for South Korea, China, Hong Kong, and Macau, are able to view their test results online on a dedicated website
              (https://www.jlpt-overseas.jp/onlineresults/) from 10 am, Monday, August 22 to 5 pm, Monday, October 31, Japan time.​

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