Things You Should Know Before You Give OET Test

The OET (Occupational English Test) is the most widely recognized English language test for the healthcare sector. This test assesses your language communication skills as a healthcare professional who wishes to register and practise in an English-speaking environment. It  validates all four language capabilities; reading, listening,...

OET September 2018 Updates

To accurately reflect the changing healthcare landscape, the Occupational English Test (OET) is also regularly updated. OET believes in being responsive to the healthcare sector, and in ensuring the test remains relevant in today’s global context. The updates ensure that you will work with the...

IELTS or PTE or OET, which test should I take??

What is OET? The Occupational English Test (OET) is an English Language proficiency test which is designed to evaluate the skills (to use English) of healthcare professionals who wish to work in an English -speaking country. OET is relevant to many professions including medicine, dentistry,...

Good News for Foreign Nurses who want to Work In Ireland!

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) has announced that they will also accept Occupational English Test (OET) as proof of language proficiency starting January 2, 2018. This follows in the steps of the United Kingdom’s decision to accept OET results as an alternative...

OET is now accepted for UK Registration!

There is good news in store for nurses and midwives who wish to work in the UK! The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has announced that from November 1st 2017 they will start to accept OET scores as proof of English language proficiency for overseas...

Benefits of OET

For all healthcare professionals, communication is a very important skill. With increasing shortages in the numbers of qualified nurses in countries like Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, the healthcare system in these countries is looking to fill the gap with overseas trained nurses. One shortcoming...

IELTS or OET?

If you are a nurse looking to work overseas, then you will already probably know that you are required to have a minimum level of English proficiency, which can be demonstrated through scores in the IELTS or OET tests. So, how do you decide which...