IELTS Test Centers in Ivory Coast

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Ivory Coast

In total, there is one test location in Ivory Coast that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

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.

Abidjan, Ivory Coast

British Council – Graduate School of Management

Street Address: Graduate School of Management, Graduate School of Management, Cocody II Pltx,7eme Tranche.Carrefour CasscardeAbidjan, Ivory Coast., Abidjan

Telephone Number: +233302610090

Website URL: https://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/locations/Cote-DIvoire

List of cities in Ivory Coast where you can take the IELTS tests

  • Abidjan

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IELTS Test Centers in Ivory Coast

History

Presidential elections originally scheduled for November 29, 2009 have been postponed. Gbagbo justified the decision with problems with voter identification and registration. Finally, the elections took place on October 31, 2010. The Ivorian Constitutional Council awarded incumbent Gbagbo the victory in the runoff election on November 28, 2010, although the election commission declared opposition candidate A. Ouattara (RDR) the winner on December 2, 2010 with over 54% of the vote. Both politicians were sworn in as president on December 4, 2010. The United Nations sided with Ouattara. The power struggle for the presidency escalated into bloody conflicts. In the course of March 2011, armed units in Ouattara increasingly gained the upper hand and were able to, inter alia,. take the capital Yamoussoukro. Fierce fighting also broke out in Abidjan, the whereabouts of both Gbagbo and Ouattara. Around 200,000 people fled the city. On April 11, 2011, soldiers from Ouattara succeeded in arresting Gbagbo with the support of French troops and UN units. The bloody turmoil after the presidential election claimed around 3,000 victims. Check shoe-wiki to see Western Africa Economy.

On May 6, 2011, Ouattara took the oath of office in front of the President of the Constitutional Council, and on May 21, 2011 the inauguration ceremony took place. On June 1, 2011, Soro, who was appointed Prime Minister by Ouattara, formed a new government with the involvement of the most important political forces, albeit without the FPI. Gbagbo was transferred to the International Criminal Court in The Hague on November 30, 2011. In the parliamentary elections on December 11, 2011, which were boycotted by the FPI, Ouattaras RDR won 127 of the 255 seats. On March 13, 2012, Jeannot became Ahoussou-Kouadio (* 1951) appointed new head of government by the PDCI-RDA. He made only minor changes to the previous cabinet composition. In November 2012 the government was dismissed by President Ouattara after internal disputes. He appointed Daniel Kablan Duncan (PDCI-RDA, * 1943) as the new Prime Minister. The accelerating economic growth under Ouattara’s presidency contributed to domestic political stabilization. In March 2015, Simone Gbagbo (* 1949) became the wife of L. Gbagbo, in connection with the bloody riots in 2010, among others. Sentenced by a court in Abidjan to 20 years in prison for attacking the authority of the state. In another trial for crimes against humanity, she was acquitted in 2017.

The presidential elections on October 25, 2015 were held by incumbent Ouattara according to the electoral commission, with 83.6% of the votes in the first ballot. Parts of the opposition had called for a boycott of the elections. At least 19 people were killed in an Islamist terrorist attack in the seaside resort of Grand-Bassam on March 13, 2016, including the director of the Goethe Institute in Abidjan. In the same month, land disputes in the northeast of the country claimed at least 33 lives. In a referendum on October 30, 2016, according to the electoral authority, around 93.4% of those who voted spoke out in favor of a new constitution. Participation in the vote was around 42.4%. The new constitution came into force on November 8, 2016. This removed the restrictive requirement that the parents of a presidential candidate must both be citizens of Ivory Coast. In addition, on the basis of the American constitution, the office of vice president and a second chamber of parliament with the Senate were introduced. Elections to the National Assembly on December 18, 2016 were won by the RHDP, which supports the president, with an absolute majority. In the first elections to the Senate on March 24, 2018, 50 of the 66 seats went to the RHDP. A dispute over pay increases led to a mutiny by soldiers lasting several days in January 2017. prime minister A dispute over pay increases led to a mutiny by soldiers lasting several days in January 2017. prime minister A dispute over pay increases led to a mutiny by soldiers lasting several days in January 2017. prime minister D. K. Duncan submitted his resignation on January 9, 2017. He was succeeded on January 10, 2017 by the RDR politician Amadou Gon Coulibaly (* 1959, † 2020). President Ouattara appointed  Duncan to Vice President of the country.