Below you will find answers to the questions we get asked the most about applying for admissions...
You can email your detailed CV to LIBT via email at email@example.com or the student counsellor you are in contact with.
If your first degree is in English medium and you are in a fluency level to study at university, there is no need for additional English qualifications.
If you do not meet the above requirement and English is not your first language, then some conditions will apply to you. In such cases you must provide evidence that you will be able to study at a degree level in English, e.g., IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550/213 or LIBT-EPT.
You can directly deposit the payments to any of the local accounts assigned to the campus in each country or you can pay online via PayPal.
It is advisable to hold a first degree in the area you are interested in or other equivalent international degree qualifications in order to follow a masters programme. However, we are happy to inform you that LIBT also gives opportunity to those exceptional professionals who can prove their talent with considerable experience and good reference. So, please contact our marketing team for more information.
It should take up to 2-3 working days to complete the admission process and enrol to a course.
Each qualification has its own entry requirements. So, these depend on the course you plan to enroll on. These are mentioned under 'Requirements' under 'Explore Programme Details'. You are eligible if you meet our stipulated entry requirement for that particular course you enroll.
You have three schemes of payment open for you. The first one is making the full payment of the course up front. The second option is the 4 installments scheme in which you pay a fixed amount every 2 months. In this scheme an additional bank charge per installment is applied. The third option is the 8 installment scheme with monthly payments along with an additional bank charge per installment. Please note that the monthly installment plans for Diploma programmes need to be approved by the finance department. Most of the top-up programmes can be paid in two installments.
The short answer is NO. IELTS is not a must. In fact, if you have studied in English medium, you probably may not need any additional language requirements. In some cases, marketing consultants may tell you to fulfil some language conditions. In such cases, you have the option of choosing between IELTS or TOEFL or LIBT-EPT.
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