02-05-2015, 09:29 PM
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the IELTS (International English Language Testing System), has the British Council organized British Council IELTS prices in 2015. It will provide Rs.3.9 million for awards education to students from South Asia.
For the first time are students from Nepal and Bhutan part of this ceremony. Ten Indian students will be rewarded with IELTS prices 2015 to help them finance their studies abroad. Year awards given to Indian students has been increased from eight to ten, and to expand the region SAARC, prices are extended to students in Bhutan and Nepal also.
As quoted by a national daily, Sarah Deverall, director exam India & Customer Service South Asia, British Council said "British Council IELTS rates would be a positive step for Indian students to pursue higher education studies abroad." Students can view the permissions English with the help of IELTS.
At least 40 students from India have been presented by the British Council IELTS prices for many different courses offered worldwide. Among many courses were US law, the performing arts in Britain and engineering in Germany.
Deepika Pradyumna is the recipient of the British Council IELTS prices 2012 and she proceeded on with their studies in M.Sc in molecular medicine at University College London, UK.
British Council is the UK's international organization aims to create opportunities in cultural relations and education for people who wish to pursue studies abroad.