IELTS information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
To protect the health of IELTS test takers in light of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), IELTS tests have been suspended in Denmark until further notice. We understand the inconvenience you may face, but our duty of care to you is of paramount importance to us. All registered test takers will receive an email as soon as testing can be resumed. If you want to be informed of new test dates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be placed on the mailing list.
Please stay up-to-date on current welfare guidelines available on the following websites:
WHO advice for the public on Covid-19
FAQs on Covid-19 in Denmark from the Danish Health Authority
Latest news and hotlines from the joint Danish authorities
FAQs on Travelling to and from Denmark from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
(Updated on 6 April 2020)
On 6 April (evening), the ban on gatherings of more than 10 persons was extended until 10 May. We will inform all test takers who were registered for 18 April as soon as possible on how we may be able to proceed with smaller gatherings
We would recommend you to be prepared for the test as a new date may be opened with short notice.
This depends on the official measures and the development of the virus spread. At the moment there is no information in Denmark on when operations will be normal again. On 6 April (evening), the ban on gatherings of more than 10 persons was extended until 10 May. We will inform all test takers from 21 March and later as soon as we can, on how we may proceed with smaller gatherings.
We will resume as soon as possible, with as many dates and places as we possibly can. In the meantime, we would recommend you to be prepared for the test, you can find materials here: https://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/take-ielts/prepare
We also invite you to join our global community of test takers on Facebook.com/IELTSOfficial/ and WeChat. This is a space for you to learn from experts and share your IELTS experience with your peers around the globe.
You will be offered a new date, or you can cancel and get a full refund of the test fee (deducted bank fees, if any).