Universities in the United States, Canada (Anglophone), Australia, Japan and China apply for a minimum score of 550 in the TOEFL exam. This score may vary depending on the type of TOEFL exam:
- TOEFL PBT (Paper-Based Test): 550
- TOEFL CBT (Computer-Based Test): 213
- TOEFL IBT (Internet-Based Test): 80
For more information on the TOEFL and where and when it can be taken, consult http://www.toefl.org (check the examination dates in Spain).
The language requirement must be accredited before the final application deadline (26 November).
Only for TOEFL certificate: you can attached to your application your certificate of enrolment for TOEFL exam as far as you are taking the exam until November 26th, 2012, and you can present later your escore but not later than three week after the exam, not later than December 17th, 2012.
In the case of Chinese and Japanese universities, in addition to 550 in the TOEFL, it is required to have completed one semester of Chinese or Japanese respectively, (courses at the Confucius Institute of the University of Valencia will count for this purpose).
There is no language requirement for Latin American universities, but some Brazilian universities require prior knowledge of Portuguese. Selection by the University of Valencia is subject to acceptance by the host university.
The University of Montreal (Canada), requires a B2 level in French, by the Diplôme d'Etudes en Langue Française DELF B2, el Diplôme de Langue Française (DL), or higher.