CELPIP has three different tests. You must take the “CELPIP-General 2014” test to support your immigration application.
If you took the test before April 1, 2014, you would have had to take the “CELPIP-General (CELPIP-G)” test.
Note: As of April 1, 2014, you must take the “CELPIP-General 2014” test. The CELPIP-General 2014 scoring grid is different from the CELPIP-G test (see below).
IELTS has two options for the reading and writing tests: “General Training” and “Academic.” You must take the “General Training” option.
You must submit results from these TEF tests as proof of your French language skills:
- compréhension de l’écrit
- compréhension de l’orale
- expression écrite
- expression orale
An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is used to verify that your foreign degree, diploma, certificate (or other proof of your credential) is valid and equal to a Canadian one.
Designated organizations for ECAs
You can get your assessment from:
- Comparative Education Service – University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies
- International Credential Assessment Service of Canada
- World Education Services
- Medical Council of Canada (professional body for Doctors)
- Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (professional body for Pharmacists)
- International Qualifications Assessment Service
- International Credential Evaluation Service