IELTS Test Centers in Azerbaijan

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Azerbaijan

In total, there are 10 test locations in Azerbaijan that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

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

  • Baku
  • Ganja
  • Nakhchivan
  • Sumqayit

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. Baku, Azerbaijan – British Council – Azerbaijan

Street Address: 1 Bakikhanov street, AZ1010

Telephone Number: +994 12 4971593

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: https://www.britishcouncil.az/en/exam/ielts

2. Baku, Azerbaijan – British Educational Centre – ingilis dili kurslari – ielts

Street Address: Cəfər Cabbarlı 44, Caspian Plaza 3/11, Bakı 1065, Azerbaijan

Telephone Number: +994 12 555 13 30

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.britishedu.az

3. Baku, Azerbaijan – IELTS Test Centre Barattson

Street Address: Cəfər Cabbarlı küçəsi Bakı J.Jabbarli 44, Caspian plaza 3/7, az1065, Bakı, Baku, Azerbaijan

Telephone Number: 00 994 70 205 44 93

Contact Email: [email protected]

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4. Baku, Azerbaijan – GRBS Baku

Street Address: 28 May M/St · Pushkin street · Baku Central Hub · Demir Yol Plaza, GRBS Premium Office 15/16 floors, Baku 1000, Azerbaijan

Telephone Number: +99412 505 10 61 / 71

Contact Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Website URL: www.ielts.az

5. Baku, Azerbaijan – GRBS Baku – World Language Center – SAT Plaza

Street Address: 133 Bashir Safar-Oghlu St, Baku 1009, Azerbaijan

Telephone Number: +994 12 505 7030

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://worldlc.eu

6. Baku, Azerbaijan – GRBS Baku – Azeri Student Center

Street Address: Azure Business Center 20 th floor,office 135, 15 Nobel Prospekti, Bakı 1025, Azerbaijan

Telephone Number: +994 12 488 66 78

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.azeristudent.az

7. Ganja, Azerbaijan – GRBS – Ganja State University

Street Address: 91 Haydar Aliyev Ave. Ganja, AZ2000

Telephone Number: +99412 505 10 61 / 71

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.gdu.edu.az

8. Ganja, Azerbaijan – British Council – Azerbaijan State Agricultural University

Street Address: Jafar Jabbarly, Ganja, Azerbaijan

Telephone Number: +994 12 4971593

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: https://www.britishcouncil.az/en/exam/ielts

9. Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Azerbaijan – GRBS Nakhchivan – International Tuition Centre

Street Address: Tabriz Hotel, 17 Heydar Aliyev avenue, Nakhchivan AZ7000

Telephone Number: +99412 505 10 61 / 71

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ielts.az

10. Sumqayit, Azerbaijan – GRBS Sumgayit – REDUCO Tuition Centre

Street Address: Reduco Tuition Centre, Ismat Gaibov 211/1, Sumgait AZ5000

Telephone Number: +99412 505 10 61 / 71

Contact Email: [email protected] / [email protected]

Website URL: www.ielts.az

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IELTS Test Centers in Azerbaijan

Black gold in the Caspian Sea

Astropatene – land of fire – was called the area of ​​today’s Azerbaijan in ancient times because highly flammable natural gas and with it oil escaped from numerous crevices. Already in ancient times, pitch from the coastal region of the Caspian Sea was used for oil lamps, to seal ships or to produce remedies for skin diseases. The oil wells known at the time were mainly located on the Apscheron peninsula. The residents dug shafts 10 to 20 meters deep and used barrels to unearth the oil. At the beginning of the 19th century there were over a hundred such oil wells. Check cellphoneexplorer to see West Asia Travel Guide.

In 1847, for the first time, large amounts of crude oil were extracted from near-surface boreholes and primarily processed into kerosene, which was popular as a fuel for lighting. With the first deep borehole in 1873, the production volume increased within three months to an unbelievable 1.47 million tons for the time. In 1883 there was a serious crisis in the Azerbaijani oil industry. The flow rates were too large to be able to sell them quickly enough. In the period that followed, production and processing were suspended, and the oil was either discharged into the Caspian Sea or burned. The crisis was primarily a consequence of the hitherto unsolved transport problem. After the railways used tank wagons for transport and the first tankers transported oil in the Caspian Sea, mining and processing took off again. With the construction of the Transcaucasian Railway from Baku on the Caspian Sea via Tbilisi to the Black Sea, Baku developed into the world’s most important center of the oil industry. In 1901 Azerbaijan produced 11.5 million tons, compared to 9.1 million tons in America.

The oil wealth attracted foreign capital. In 1875 the Swedish brothers Ludwig and Robert Nobel bought a kerosene plant and oil fields, and in 1883 the Rothschild banking house came to Baku. At the beginning of the 20th century, around 70% of the Azerbaijani oil industry was foreign-owned. Baku became a glamorous, multilingual city with magnificent town houses and wide avenues, in which the mixture of European, Caucasian and Persian culture, but above all the prospect of quick wealth, gave urban life its own character.

Even today, particularly high-quality crude oil is produced on the Apsheron peninsula, in the Baku region and in the Caspian Sea. But from the beginning there were also enormous environmental problems associated with the extraction, the legacies of which include apocalyptic-looking oil landscapes with rotting extraction sites, oil swamps and widespread destruction of ecosystems.

However, due to the decline in world market prices for crude oil and natural gas, the gross domestic product (GDP) fell by 3.0% in 2016. The gross national income (GNI) per resident is (2017) US $ 4,080. Part of the income from the oil business is administered by the State Oil Fund (SOFAZ) (2015: around US $ 34 billion). The SOFAZ supports the state budget and finances investments in infrastructure measures, economic diversification and social programs. However, the profits from the oil industry also reduce the pressure to press ahead with economic structural reforms, which are lagging behind. Outside of the oil sector, the economy as a whole is lagging behind. The informal sector is still well developed; In Nagorno-Karabakh in particular, local economic cycles emerged that run outside of a regulated framework and are largely beyond state control.

Foreign trade: Due to the high oil exports, the foreign trade balance has been generating surpluses for years (import value 2015: 9.2 billion US $, export value: 11.3 billion US $). The most important export goods are crude oil and crude oil products (84.2%), fruit and vegetables (2.7%) and natural gas and natural gas products (1.8%). Mainly products of the processing industry (including plants and equipment for oil production), consumer goods and foodstuffs are imported. When it comes to exports, the EU countries (Italy and Germany), Israel, Indonesia and Georgia are the most important trading partners. The main supplier countries are Russia, Turkey, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan and Great Britain.