The A2 English Test which is required if you are looking to apply for a Spouse Extension Visa. We are here to meet all of your A2 English Test needs. At A2 English Test Centre we provide you with all the tools and resources you’ll need to successfully pass your exam. As part of this promise to provide the best, we give you access to the Manchester centre and will provide you with a qualification within a few days. Exam venues are neatly scattered all over the UK with one of the main ones situated here in Manchester.
A2 English test booking Manchester
Do you live in, around or fairly close to Manchester and you are in the process of applying for the A2 English Test or looking to do so in the near future? If you’ve answered yes to the question or even just a maybe for the time being, you’ve come to the right place! Talk about a double whammy of good luck. A2 English Test specialises in ushering you towards a certification that is required by the Home Office for your immigration application.
On the 5th of November 2015 the Home Office introduced changes to the English test for immigration purposes. All tests must now be done through a Home Office approved Secure English Language Test centre (SELT). The requirements set out can be achieved by obtaining one of the approved qualifications in English at minimum A1 for applicants for a Spouse Visa, A2 for Extension purposes and B1 for Indefinite Leave to Remain or Citizenship applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
Manchester is commonly known as England’s second city. Once a powerhouse of industry, it is now a major cultural hub, famous for its many fantastic nightclubs, extensive libraries and glorious sporting history.
Although the most frequently committed crime in Manchester is antisocial behaviour, six other cities have higher rates of these offences per 1,000 people, including Newcastle, Preston and Sheffield. Manchester has a higher-than-average crime rate across the board, appearing in the top 10 for most types of crime.
Price and high demand. They’re two big reason for Manchester’s popularity – particularly among investors. Looking at the Hometrack Index again, its data shows the average property price in Manchester is £163,300.
More than 100,000 students are enrolled across the city region’s five universities – The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Salford, University of Bolton and University Academy 92 – producing around 36,000 high quality graduates every year.
How to get to the A2 English exam Centre
The English exam centre is located in the Manchester city centre (Trinity SELT, Peter House (Spaces) Oxford Street Manchester M1 5AN) not far from the train station. See below for directions on getting to the A2 English test centre. If you happen to be running late give us a call immediately to let us know. Please come with the correct details otherwise you will not be able to sit you exam and you will be turned away.