Why choose CELUSA?              

  • Speaking Test on the same day
  • Paper-based test - no typing skills necessary
  • Personal collection of Test Report Form
  • Free results SMS on release day
  • Over 25 years' experience of Test Centre operations
  • Candidate-approved relaxed and friendly test day environment
  • City centre location

COVID-19 update

2022 tests are running as scheduled. The centre is operating under social distancing measures, masks may be worn and hand sanitiser is plentiful.

The latest from UniSA around coronavirus can be found here https://www.unisa.edu.au/Media-Centre/

Up to date information about IELTS testing in Australia can be found here https://ielts.com.au/novel-coronavirus-update/

Book online now

CELUSA IELTS candidates can apply online for a test instead of coming to the test centre. You'll need a scanned copy of your passport information page plus a credit card to complete the application. Click on the link below to get started.

Book a paper-based IELTS test

Next available IELTS testing dates:

Next available General Training test

Saturday 17 December 2022. We can accept online applications up to Thursday 15 December if places are available

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Next available Academic test

Saturday 17 December 2022. We can accept online applications up to Thursday 15  December if places are available

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Want your result as soon as possible?

Don't want to wait for your result to arrive in the mail? CELUSA IELTS candidates have the opportunity on test day to request:

  • collecting Test Report Forms in person from the centre on the release day, instead of waiting for the mail
  • receiving results by SMS before 10.00am on the Friday morning of the release day

2022 Test Dates

The schedule for 2022 is available to view in IELTS Dates and Fees

What is IELTS?

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System and the test was taken by over 3 million candidates in the past 12 months. IELTS is available in more than 135 countries and IELTS results are accepted by more than 10,000 organisations and institutions worldwide. This makes IELTS the world's most popular high-stakes test, accepted for entry to education, employment and migration. IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment.

IELTS tests all four language skills - Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking - and is available in two test versions:

  • Academic
  • General Training

All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests but the Academic and General versions have different Reading and Writing tests. The Speaking Test is done face-to-face with a trained an experienced Examiner who will help you through the test process. You will not just be having a one-sided conversation with a computer screen. 

For more information about the the test you can download the official Information for Candidates booklet

The General Training test is usually used for immigration purposes; the Academic test is more used for professional regisration and higher education entry. The test centre cannot advise which module to take or what score is needed. Test takers should check with their Recognising Organisation (e.g. immigration department, Nurses Board, university admissions department etc.) to see which module to take and what score is required.

The IELTS nine (9) band score system grades scores consistently. It is secure, benchmarked and understood worldwide. Test materials are designed carefully so that every version of the test is of a comparable level of difficulty.

Test Centre Feedback

If you like to provide feedback on any aspect of your experience with the CELUSA IELTS Testing Centre, please email the Administrator at ielts.info@unisa.edu.au or call 8302 1591

The IELTS whistle-blowing policy exists for test takers and stakeholders to provide confidential feedback to the test partners regarding any malpractice which has already occurred or might happen in an upcoming test. For more information, please click here