Can I apply without proof of English such as IELTS or TOEFL?

Yes, this is indeed possible. In certain cases, many universities will allow you to apply without presenting an IELTS or Proof of English if you plan to take the exam soon before the registration period begins. Typically, they will offer a Conditional Letter of Acceptance or Conditional Offer Letter, which is subject to you achieving a specific score in an English test, such as IELTS.

However, it’s important to note that this option is only available in specific countries and universities that waive this requirement or accept other forms of Proof of English Language Proficiency. Some universities may accept a document from your previous school confirming that the medium of instruction was in English. Additionally, a few universities might even allow you to take an English test on their premises before registering.

To know whether this option is applicable to the universities you are interested in, it’s essential to check with the specific institutions as their policies may vary. You can also check the Language Requirements section under the program you are interested in applying to.