Committed to providing a favourable examination environment, as well as internationalised services, The Asia Pacific School of Business Test Centre (China) , fitted with first-class facilities, has emerged as a top choice for examinees to attend international tests. With a total of 12 specialised sites that are able to provide 300 test seats, the Centre has so far accommodated thousands of examinees both from home and abroad and consistently ranks among the top centres.
In collaboration with the UK and US Council and the Ministry of Education Test Center, the APSB Test Centre is currently an official test location for：
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment.
Over the past 50 years since its establishment, the TOEFL test has become the authoritative standard for overseas universities, organizations and institutions to measure test takers’ English proficiency. The TOEFL test questions are designed to simulate the university classroom environment, emphasizing the comprehensive diversity of information sources. Through the four parts of reading, listening, speaking and writing, students are assessed for their ability to use English and effective communication in an academic environment to ensure they can successfully complete overseas Study and further study.
There are two GRE exams:
One is the GRE General Test (General Test). The test content of the GRE general test is to measure the ability of text reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. These metrics are not aimed at a particular field of research, but aimed at examining whether candidates have the ability to continue their studies in graduate and business schools.
The second item is the GRE professional test (Subject Test). The test content of the GRE Subject Test is to measure the knowledge, skills and ability level of the candidates in a certain subject or professional field, so as to help colleges and universities better understand the applicant's ability in a certain subject field.
ACCA is the abbreviation of "The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants" (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants). It is the world's leading professional accountant organization and the professional accountant organization with the largest number of international students and the fastest growing number of students. ACCA membership is recognized by EU legislation and company laws in many countries.
The "Association of Chartered Certified Accountants" was established in 1904. It is the world's leading professional accountant organization and the professional accountant organization with the largest number of international students and the fastest growing number of students. ACCA is headquartered in London, with branches in Los Angeles, Toronto, Canada, Sydney, Australia, and offices in more than 70 cities around the world.
Since ACCA entered China in 1988, it has experienced rapid development for nearly 30 years. At present, the number of students and members in China has exceeded 100,000 and 8,000 (excluding Hong Kong), and in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Shenyang. There are 11 offices in Qingdao, Qingdao, Wuhan, Changsha, Hong Kong and Macau. ACCA is headquartered at 110 Queen Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom.
ACCA provides first-choice qualifications for professionals in the fields of finance, accounting and management all over the world. It always adheres to the highest standards, improves the professional quality, professional ethics and supervisory capabilities of accounting personnel, and upholds the principle of serving the public interest.
In the UK, UK legislation allows ACCA members to engage in auditing, investment advisory and bankruptcy enforcement work. ACCA membership is recognized by EU legislation and company laws in many countries. ACCA plays a very important role in accounting organizations such as the Association of European Accounting Experts (FEE), the Asia Pacific Association of Accountants (CAPA) and the Caribbean Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAC). Internationally, ACCA is a founding member of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and a member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT/The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test) is a Japanese language proficiency test and certification for non-native Japanese learners in Japan and overseas. This test is organized by the Japan Language International Education Support Association in Japan, and in China by the Japan International Exchange Foundation and the Overseas Examination Center of the Ministry of Education of China.
The Korean Language Proficiency Test (TOPIK) has been changed from the original "Korea Educational Curriculum Evaluation Institute" to "Korea National Institute of International Education" since 2011 to evaluate the Korean language ability of non-native Korean foreigners and overseas Chinese. The test is set up and used as a basis for studying abroad and employment. The purpose is to prompt the direction of learning Korean and to popularize the Korean language. The Korean Language Proficiency Test is currently implemented in 99 cities in 32 countries. All countries and regions in the world recognize the evaluation and results of this exam. Applicants for the Korean Language Proficiency Test are not distinguished by ethnicity, region or nationality. In particular, students who study Korean, study abroad in Korea, those who are employed by domestic and foreign companies or public institutions in Korea, and students and graduates can apply for the exam.
TEST CENTRES (INTERNATIONAL)
Test centre locations for the 2021 test windows are listed below. If you wish to sit the test in a test centre, please take note of the availability in the table below.
While all listed test centres are expected to operate as scheduled, some locations may be subject to change. Any updates to the 2021 test centre schedule will be published on this page.
You can refer to Register for information on the COVID-19 Safe procedures at test centres.
Headquarters Cities - 2021
|Test Centre||Window 1||Window 2||Window 3||Window 4|
|West Coast Park||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Regional locations - 2021
|Test Centre||Window 1||Window 2||Window 3||Window 4|
|America and Europe|
*East Asia (Japan) or West Asia (Azerbaijan) will be provided
**If East Asia does not have a suitable test center, and South Korea also has a suitable test center, Daejeon can be provided to replace the Japanese test area.
Test centre addresses and session times
All test centres are located in the town or city centre. Those located in the city centre are easily accessible by public transport. Test centre addresses will be released approximately one week prior to the start of the relevant test window. The full test centre address will be displayed on your test admission ticket. Test centre addresses cannot be released any earlier for security reasons.
The test will be available at the following times:
|Session||Indicative Reporting Time***||Indicative Completion Time***|
|AM Session 1 (Literacy/Numeracy)||7:30AM||10:00AM|
|AM Session 2 (Literacy/Numeracy)||10:30AM||1:00PM|
|PM Session 3 (Literacy/Numeracy)||1:30PM||4:00PM|
|PM Session 4 (Literacy/Numeracy)||4:30PM||7:00PM|
***The reporting and test completion time may vary slightly according to test centres. Please check your APSB+ Online learning for the exact reporting time. You should allow at least 2 ½ hours from the time of registration for all testing procedures to be completed for each test component.
Test session bookings
Test centres operate to a staggered schedule and not all test centres will operate on every day of the test window. A list of available session times will be shown on the test registration site. You will be asked to select your preferred test centre, test date(s) and session time when you complete your online registration for the test. Additional test sessions may be added to some test centres during the relevant test window registration period if there is high demand.
You can select your test session(s) to occur on the same day (including consecutive AM or PM sessions), or across multiple days. You can also sit the literacy and numeracy tests separately during different test windows. Test centres will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so you are advised to register early. If you are unable to book a place due to a test centre being filled to capacity on your preferred test dates, you may wish to register for remote proctoring.
Important test centre booking conditions
You can change your test centre booking from the list of available session times during the relevant test window registration period.
Note that it is not possible to change your test session booking after the close of registrations for the test window. All test centre session bookings at the close of the registration period are final and confirmed. When you book a test centre session, a seat is allocated to you for the exact test day and session you booked.
You should take into account your personal circumstances and availability prior to registering for the test and selecting your test session(s).
It is not possible to change test session bookings due to personal circumstances or misadventure on your scheduled test day(s). For example, if you book a morning session, it is not possible to request changing to an afternoon session, or to a session on another day during the test window. Additionally, test centre session bookings cannot be deferred to future test windows.
Please note that test centre sessions may have to be cancelled at short notice in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions. In such an event, ACER will contact and offer affected candidates a full refund or the opportunity to sit the test via remote proctoring where operationally feasible in the same test window.
Please also view the detailed test delivery information for sitting the test at a test centre prior to registering for the test.
Please see the individual organisations’ websites (listed above) for further details on the tests. Go to our visit us pages for details on how to get to APSB.