The English Entrance Examination

    Applicants to the graduate programs must meet the English Language Proficiency requirements by passing one of the following exams:

    • AUST English Entrance Exam with a score of 551 and 5.5 on the essay.
      TOEFL Paper-Based Test with a score of 600.
    • TOEFL Computer-Based Test with a score of 250.
    • Internet-Based TOEFL (IBT) with a score of 100.
    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of 7.5.


    If the applicant has taken

    • Graduate Record Examination (GRE), a score of 500 on the verbal reasoning section is required.
    • Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), an accumulative score of 500 on the verbal reasoning and the writing test sections is required.

    Candidates who do not obtain the required scores on the tests, will be placed in the appropriate English program based on their scores on the AUST English Entrance Exam (EEE).

    Note 1: Candidates who have completed their education and received a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized institution of higher learning where English is the language of instruction may be exempted from the AUST’s English Language Proficiency requirements, or an English essay test may be required as per the request of the Graduate Committee.

    Note 2: Candidates who have completed their education and received a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized institution of higher learning where English is not the language of instruction must sit for the University’s English Entrance Examination (EEE); after which, they will be placed in the appropriate English program based on the score obtained.
    • Those placed in the English Intensive Program/s (ENG 000 or ENG 001), must complete the program/s in addition to the English sequence courses which cover Writing Skills (ENG 200), Composition and Rhetoric I (ENG 201), and Composition and Rhetoric II (ENG 202).
    • Those placed in Writing Skills (ENG 200), must take the said course in addition to Composition and Rhetoric I (ENG 201), and Composition and Rhetoric II (ENG 202).
    • Those placed in Composition and Rhetoric I (ENG 201), must take the said course in addition to Composition and Rhetoric II (ENG 202).






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