About TOEFL iBT
The Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) is an approved, academic-only English language test recognised by Bond.
TOEFL iBT allows for the convenience of testing your English abilities at home by measuring your academic skills in listening, reading, writing and speaking. On average, the test takes between 1.5 and 3 hours and is formatted to be friendly and approachable for those with an educational goal in mind.
This test contains engaging tasks to measure academic English skills the way they’re used in the classroom, and will help you not only in your admission process but when you’re participating in lectures and tutorials.
You can satisfy the English language requirements for your preferred Bond program by achieving at least the minimum TOEFL iBT score.
Approved English language test results must be no more than 24 months old when you commence your program at Bond.
Minimum required scores
The minimum test score you will need to meet depends on the program you are applying for. Some programs require higher levels of English proficiency than others. Please ensure you review the below list to find the TOEFL iBT score needed for your program. This will also be listed on your program page, which can be found using our program finder.