OET: Occupational English Test

*Pictures from a stock images database

 

The Occupational English Test (OET) is a test of English for healthcare professionals. It is accepted by the General Medical Council and Nursing and Midwifery Council as evidence of the English requirement.

Healthcare professionals require a grade B in the OET to work in the UK. Grade B is an advanced level of English, equivalent to IELTS band 7 and C1 in the Common European Framework (CEF).

OET is focused completely on work-related language and scenarios, allowing candidates to access their existing professional knowledge.

UKCE has been recognised as an official preparation provider by OET.

Entry requirement: B2+

Class time: 9:00 – 14:35 (5 hours per day, Monday to Friday) or 18:30-20:30 (2 hour per day, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday)

– Needs analysis test

– Medical language (including informal language for communicating with patients)

– Effective communication with patients and their families

– All aspects of the exam are covered

– Speaking and writing sessions are specific to your profession

– Full practice test

– Additional materials, exclusive to official preparation providers

– Extended exam practice

 

 

CourseStart Day 2021TimeHours per WeekDaysFeesDurationEnrol
Occupational English Test
(OET)
11th January, 22th February, 29th March, 3rd May, 31st May, 28th June, 2nd August,30th August, 27th September, 25th October09:00 to 14:5025Monday to Friday£8254 weeks
Occupational English Test
(OET) EVENING
22nd February,  2nd August18:30 to 20:306Monday, Tuesday and Thursday£49012 weeks

 

Registration fee: £40

*Please note there will be no classes on days where the course includes a bank holiday.