TOEFL Test Centers in Colombia

By | February 16, 2019

TOEFL Test Centers in Colombia

  1. Universidad Santo Tomas – Instituto de Lenguas Fray Bernardo – STN15207A
    Carrera 9 No. 51 – 11,
    Bogota, Colombia
  2. UNIVERSIDAD EAN – STN19445A
    Cra 11. 78-47 Room: 312 (laboratorio De Idiom,
    Bogota Dc, Colombia
  3. Multilingua – STN13582A
    Calle 51 13 46 Piso 5,
    Bogota, Colombia
  4. ITTS Bogota (c/o Fundacion de Educacion Superior San Jose) – STN15404A
    Calle 67 #14a-29,
    Bogota, Colombia
  5. AMERICAN EXAM SERVICES – STN14820A
    Calle 66#4a-64 – 2nd Floor,
    Bogota, 110231 Colombia
  6. Universidad Sergio Arboleda – STN14802A
    Carrera 13 # 75 ? 75 Piso 2,
    Bogota, 11001000 Colombia
  7. Universidad Sergio Arboleda – STN14802B
    Carrera 13 # 75 ? 75 Piso 2,
    Bogota, 11001000 Colombia
  8. Gimnasio Fontana – STN13619A
    Calle 221 No.108-20 Guaymaral,
    Bogota, Colombia
  9. Universidad de La Sabana – STN10664A
    Campus Universitario Del Puente Del Comun, Km. 21, Autopista Norte De Bogota D.c.,
    Chia, Colombia
  10. Universidad de La Sabana – STN10664B
    Campus Universitario Del Puente Del Comun, Km. 21, Autopista Norte De Bogota D.c.,
    Chia, Colombia
  11. Gimnasio Britanico – ITCL30A
    Calle 21#9a-80,
    Chia, Colombia
  12. Gimnasio Britanico – ITCL30B
    Calle 21#9a-80,
    Chia, Colombia
  13. BOGOTA, COLOMBIA – APCU-8331
    Gimnasio Britanico, Sede Campestre Chia, Calle 21 #9a-80,
    Chia, Colombia
  14. English and French Institute – STN12795A
    Kra 37 No 33b-56 Barzal,
    Villavicencio, Colombia
  15. Universidad de Ibagué – STN20216A
    Carrera 22 Calle 67 B/ambalá, Edificio Del Cep. Sala 2,
    Ibagué, Colombia
  16. Colombo-Americano Ibague – STN10933A
    Calle 35 No 4a-18 Cadiz,
    Ibague Tolima, Colombia
  17. Universidad Católica de Manizales – STN15441A
    Cra 23 60-63, 4th Floor, E Building, Lab E-417, On Avenue Santander,
    Manizales, 170002 Colombia
  18. Universidad de Caldas – STN14275A
    Calle 65 No. 26-10, Edificio Administrativo. Nivel 3, Laboratorio De Idiomas,
    Manizales, Colombia
  19. Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira – STN15317A
    Carrera 27 #10-02 Barrio Alamos, Edificio De Bellas Artes Y Humanidades, Room 12-303,
    Pereira, 660003 Colombia
  20. BNC, Pereira – STN11385A
    Carrera 6 22-26,
    Pereira, Colombia

Columbia Overview

Colombia is a republic in northwestern South America with the capital Bogotá. The president occupies a strong position in parliamentary democracy. In the west the country is crossed by the Andes, in the east and south-east there are wet savannahs and rainforest on. The climate is tropical. Over half of the population are descendants of Spanish conquerors and Indians, one fifth are white (mostly of Spanish origin), and 14% are descendants of Europeans and Africans. There are also the minorities of blacks, zambos (descendants of Indians and blacks) and Indians. The rural exodus has been increasing for decades. The causes are the unequal distribution of land and bloody clashes between the state power and guerrilla organizations and drug trafficking cartels. Today around 80% of the population live in cities. There are not enough jobs and living space for these immigrants; the slums are growing there. Most Colombians are Catholic, followed by Protestants. Spanish language and literature, The architecture and art of the Spanish colonizers dominate the country’s culture. The area was discovered and settled by Spaniards in 1499. After fighting against the Spanish colonial rulers, Colombia gained independence in 1819. During the 19th and 20th Century there were clashes between conservatives and liberals, which culminated in a civil war 1938-58. Since the 1980s, the fight against drug-related crime, rebel groups and human rights violations has dominated political life.In 2016, between the government and the rebel group » FARC «concluded a peace agreement. Colombia is one of the most important coffee producers in the world. The Andean state is also the largest producer of the drug cocaine extracted from the cocoa bush. The country has a close relationship with the USA. Relations with neighboring Venezuela are tense.

Country facts

  • Official name: Republic of Colombia
  • License plate: CO
  • ISO-3166: CO, COL (170)
  • Internet domain:.co
  • Currency: 1 Colombian peso (kol $) = 100 centavos
  • Area: 1,141,749 km²
  • Population (2018): 49.6 million
  • Capital: Bogotá
  • Official language (s): Spanish
  • Form of government: Presidential Republic
  • Administrative division: 32 departments and capital district
  • Head of State: President Iván Duque (since August 7, 2018)
  • Religion (s): Christians (Catholics; Protestants)
  • Time zone: Central European Time –6 hours
  • National holiday: July 20th

Location and infrastructure

  • Location (geographical): South America
  • Position (coordinates): between 12 ° 31 ‘north and 4 ° 13’ south latitude and 66 ° 51 ‘and 79 ° 21’ west longitude
  • Climate: On the Pacific coast and in the eastern lowlands, a tropical rainforest climate, in the north a savanna climate, in the high valleys of the Cordilleras a winter-dry subtropical climate
  • Highest mountain: Pico Cristóbal Colón (5,775 m)
  • Road network (2016): 206,500 km
  • Railway network (2015): 2,141 km

Population

  • Annual population growth (2018): 1.6%
  • Birth rate (2018): 25.3 per 1000 residents.
  • Death rate (2018): 7.1 per 1,000 residents.
  • Average age (2018): 20.2 years
  • Average life expectancy (2018): 64.9 years (men 62.6; women 67.4)
  • Age structure (2018): 38.5% younger than 15 years, 4% older than 65 years
  • Literacy rate (15 year olds and older) (2016): 95%
  • Mobile phone contracts (pre-paid and post-paid) (2017): 114 per 100 residents
  • Internet users (2017): 50 per 100 residents

Economy

  • GDP per capita (2017): US $ 6,273
  • Total GDP (2017): US $ 309 billion
  • GNI per capita (2017): US $ 14,400
  • Education expenditure (2014): 4.7% of GDP
  • Military expenditure (2018): 3.5% of GDP
  • Unemployment rate (15 years and older) (2016): 8.5%