IELTS Test Centers in Kiribati

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Kiribati

In total, there is no IELTS test center listed for Kiribati 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.

Kiribati

University of Auckland – Kiribati

Street Address: Registration address Level 5 67 Symonds Street

Telephone Number: +64 9 919 7666/ +64 9 919 7695 ext 217

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ela.auckland.ac.nz/course-welcome_to_ielts_at_the_ela-5

Samoa

2379 km

University of Auckland – Samoa

Street Address: Registration address Level 5 67 Symonds Street

Telephone Number: +64 9 919 7666/ +64 9 919 7695 ext 217

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: www.ela.auckland.ac.nz/course-welcome_to_ielts_at_the_ela-5

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IELTS Test Centers in Kiribati

Politics

According to the constitution promulgated on July 12, 1979, Kiribati is a presidential republic in the Commonwealth. The head of state and head of government is the president (Beretitenti), who is directly elected for 4 years. The legislature lies with the unicameral parliament (Maneaba ni Maungatabu), which includes 44 members elected for 4 years, an appointed representative of the island of Banaba and the attorney general ex officio. The president appoints the members of the cabinet responsible for parliament from among the members of the parliament. The president can be overthrown by parliament by a vote of no confidence; in the event of his vacancy, a council of state (3 members) takes over the office. The constitution gives the island of Banaba a special status.

National symbols

The national flag, hoisted for the first time on July 12, 1979, is a coat of arms flag.

The coat of arms (the original coat of arms of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands) shows on a red background a golden sun rising above a blue-silver wave shield base and above it a golden frigate bird flying (heraldically) to the right; Under the sign a banner (added on July 12, 1979): “Te Mauri Te Raoi ao Te Tabomoa” (Happiness, Peace and Prosperity).

The national holiday is July 12th. It commemorates independence in 1979. Check health-beauty-guides to see Oceania Climate.

Parties

There are only loose political groups in Kiribati. The formation of factions in parliament is largely determined by traditional clan associations. The influential political formations are Boutokan Te Koaua (BTK, German pillars of truth), and Tobwaan Kiribati Party (TKP).

Unions

The Kiribati Trades Union Congress (KTUC, founded in 1982) consists of 14 individual unions and associations; including the Kiribati Islands Overseas Seamen’s Union (KIOSU; founded 1998).

Military

Kiribati has no armed forces and is not integrated into any military alliance. Australia and New Zealand are providing defense assistance. Internal security is ensured by a small police force.

Administration

The state consists of 3 archipelagos (Gilbert Islands, Phoenix Islands and part of the Line Islands), which are administratively divided into 6 districts. Local administrative matters are handled by 21 island councils, which means that one council is responsible for each of the inhabited islands.

Law

Customary law and law from British colonial times continue to exist unless repealed or amended by parliamentary law. The High Court has general jurisdiction over civil and criminal matters and is the appellate authority for decisions of the magistrate courts. The higher authority is the appellate court. The President is responsible for appointing the judges. The Privy Council in London can be called upon in constitutional disputes.

Education

School attendance is compulsory for children between the ages of 6 and 14. A three-year lower and a five-year upper secondary school build on the six-year primary level with free tuition. On Tarawa there is a university college of the University of the South Pacific (USP) based in Suva (Fiji). The state nautical school in Betio trains around 200 seafarers per year who are placed with foreign shipping companies.

Media

Press: There is no daily newspaper in Kiribati. Instead, weekly newspapers appear such as the state-run »Te Uekera«, the journal »Butim’aea Manin te Euangkerio« published by the Protestant Church, the monthly journal »Te Itoi ni Kiribati« (founded in 1914) and the independent weekly newspaper »Kiribati Newsstar« (founded in 2000).

Radio: The supervision of radio and television is the responsibility of the Broadcasting and Publications Authority, which operates both “Radio Kiribati” and “Television Kiribati”.

Telecommunications: Fixed line connections only exist in Tarawa and Kiritimati. Outer islands can be reached by radio telephone.