IELTS Test Centers in Argentina

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Argentina

In total, there are 11 test locations in Argentina that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

List of cities in Argentina where you can take the IELTS tests

  • Buenos Aires
  • Cordoba
  • Mendoza
  • Neuquen
  • Rosario
  • Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz

There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real IELTS examiner on a face-to-face basis.

1. Buenos Aires, Argentina – St Alban’s College

Street Address: JID, Cnel. Ramón Falcón 250, B1832 Lomas de Zamora, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ielts.org.ar

2. Buenos Aires, Argentina – Asociación Argentina de Cultura Inglesa

Street Address: Suipacha 1333, C1011 CABA, Argentina

Telephone Number: +54 (0)11 4114 8632

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.britishcouncil.org.ar/en/exam

3. Buenos Aires, Argentina – Colegio Los Medanos

Street Address: Guardia Nacional de Junín, esquina San Martín, Trenque Lauquen, Buenos Aires, 6400

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ielts.org.ar

4. Buenos Aires, Argentina – AACI – Asociación Argentina de Cultura Inglesa

Street Address: Av. Rivadavia 4601, C1424CEB CABA, Argentina

Telephone Number: +54 (0)11 4321-2004

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.britishcouncil.org.ar/en/exam

5. Buenos Aires, Argentina – IELTS Argentina

Street Address: Paraguay 755, C1057 CABA, Argentina

Telephone Number: +5411 4312 5325 / 4313 8255

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: https://www.ielts.org.ar

6. Cordoba, Argentina – Academia Argüello

Street Address: Av. Rafael Núñez 5675, X5021 Córdoba, Argentina

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.britishcouncil.org.ar/en/exam

7. Cordoba, Argentina – Colegio Alemán

Street Address: Av. Recta Martinoli 6150, Argüello, X5021HXX Córdoba, Argentina

Telephone Number: +5411 4312 5325 / 4313 8255

Contact Email: [email protected]

8. Mendoza, Capital Department, Mendoza Province, Argentina – Intercultural – Mendoza

Street Address: Intercultural, Pasaje Pedro Vargas 631, Ciudad de Mendoza

Telephone Number: +5411 4312 5325 / 4313 8255

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ielts.org.ar

9. Cordoba, Argentina – Asociacion Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa

Street Address: Buenos Aires 1174, Rosario, 2000

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.britishcouncil.org.ar/en/exam

10. Cordoba, Argentina – English Cultural Neuquen

Street Address: Carlos H.Rodríguez 439, Q8300 Neuquén, Argentina

Telephone Number: +5411 4312 5325 / 4313 8255

Contact Email: [email protected]

11. Cordoba, Argentina – ADVICE Prep. School INGLES

Street Address: San Jerónimo 3127, S3000FQO Santa Fe, Argentina

Telephone Number: +5411 4312 5325 / 4313 8255

Contact Email: [email protected]

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IELTS Test Centers in Argentina

Education

Argentina has a well-developed education system, but there is a clear urban-rural divide. Attending school at state educational institutions (from kindergarten to university) is free. The educational institutions are funded by the federal government and the provincial governments. There are also numerous, partly state-supported, fee-based private schools that are attended by around 25% of all students. – Since 2007 there has been compulsory schooling for 12 years. The pre-school (compulsory from the age of 5) is followed by the elementary school, which – depending on the province – lasts 6 or 7 years. This is followed by the secondary level, which is divided into a three-year basic cycle and a two- to three-year specialization phase (for example in the field of economics or technology) and leads to a general higher education qualification (bachillerato). There are numerous state universities and a growing number of private universities in the tertiary sector. The largest university in the country is the Universidad de Buenos Aires, founded in 1821. There are also non-university universities, mainly for teacher training and higher technical training. Check sportsqna to see Argentina Travel Package.

Media

There is extensive freedom of the press in Argentina. The concentration in the media area is high.

Press: Eight national and over 60 regional newspapers and around 80 magazines appear. The most important daily newspapers appearing in Buenos Aires are »Clarín« (founded 1945), »La Nación« (founded 1870), the tabloids »Crónica« (founded 1963) and »Diario Popular« (founded 1974) as well as »Página / 12« (founded 1987) and »La Prensa« (founded 1869). The regional newspaper with the highest circulation is »La Voz del Interior« (founded in 1904) from Córdoba. The »Buenos Aires Herald« (founded in 1876) appears in English, and the »Argentinische Tageblatt« (founded in 1889) is the only German-language newspaper.

News agencies: “Télam” (state), “Noticias Argentinas” (NA) and “Agencia Diarios y Noticias” (DYN, both privately run).

Broadcasting: Deregulation and privatization in the 1990s led to strong economic concentration. The largest media group in the country is the Clarín Group. However, she had to give up broadcasting licenses due to the Media Act of 2009, which strengthens state influence. There are around 120 radio and more than 40 television channels in Argentina, the vast majority of which are private channels. “Radio Nacional” and “TV Pública Canal 7” (TVP) are state owned. The largest private TV stations are “Telefé”, “Canal 13”, “Canal 9” and “América TV / 2”.

Law

The judicial system is characterized by the coexistence of federal and provincial jurisdiction. There are lower federal courts and appeal courts in all parts of the country; At the head of the national judiciary is the Buenos Aires Supreme Court. The federal courts are primarily responsible for the application of constitutional law, international law and the law of the sea. The provinces also have their own courts with appeal and review bodies. These include responsible for the application of the federally regulated civil, commercial, labor and criminal law. The civil code, which came into force in 1871, shows numerous continental European and Brazilian influences. The Criminal Code, which has a strong Italian influence, has been in force since 1922; in the course of the changeable political events it was often the subject of reforms.

Military

The total strength of the volunteer army is 73,100 men. The army (38,500 soldiers) is divided into three army corps, including with infantry, tank reconnaissance and mountain brigades. The air force has 14,600 and the navy 20,000 men. The paramilitary forces include 18,000 gendarmerie and 13,000 coast guards.