More than 10,000 universities and other institutions in over 150 countries accept TOEFL scores. Other organizations rely on TOEFL scores as well:
- Immigration departments use them to issue residential and work visas.
- Medical and licensing agencies use them for professional certification purposes.
- Individuals use them to measure their progress in learning English.
Institutions that Accept TOEFL Scores
Use the TOEFL® Destination Search to find institutions that accept the TOEFL test and their score requirements. The TOEFL test is:
- Preferred in the United States. 9 out of 10 U.S. universities prefer the TOEFL test over other English-language tests1, and U.S. universities receive more TOEFL scores than all other English-language tests combined.2
- More popular in Canada. More than 80% of graduate programs in Canada prefer the TOEFL test over other English-language tests.3 Canadian universities receive more TOEFL scores than all other English-language tests combined.4
- 100% accepted in Australia and New Zealand. TOEFL scores are accepted by all Australian and New Zealand universities and for all Australian and New Zealand immigration.
- Preferred in France and Germany. French and German universities prefer the TOEFL test and receive more TOEFL scores than any other English-language test.5
- Widely accepted in the U.K. More than 98% of universities in the U.K. accept TOEFL scores, including 100% of the elite Russell Group universities, providing a fair and unbiased alternative.