Sorry for the delay in my response. I had stayed for some time without checking my mails.
Under the “Study in Finland” I deeply went through it, went through the universities in Finland and found the University of Helsinki which is offering a masters in Biotechnology (microbial biotechnology) which I am interested in. Also with them, one can only apply for the scholarships they offer after one is admitted. How can I prove to them that I have been taking my studies in english all along. As they have said that if one can prove that, then no need for the English tests.
Secondly, for the “Study at the University of Twente” in Netherlands, I found out that at the university, Masters in Biomedical engineering (Biotechnology) is also offered. There strictly require the English scores as the proof that I can learn in English, also to apply one must be provisionally accepted to study by the university.
Here is what the University of Helsinki accepts:
English language tests
- English language skills must be proved by TOEFL, CAE/CPE, IELTS, the test offered by the University of Helsinki Language Centre’s Language Services, or the test for the National Certificate of Language Proficiency arranged by the Finnish National Board of Education.
- The table of required language skills can be found in the General Information section. Please note that the University of Helsinki does not accept any other English language tests.
- Detailed information on acceptable ways of indicating skills in English, Finnish or Swedish, see the language skills table
Here is what the University of Twente accepts:
|Sufficient mastery of the English language
|Academic IELTS, overall band score of at least 6.5
|TOEFL, internet based (TOEFL-iBT) of at least 90