The TOEIC Test - Test of English for International Communication - measures proficiency in international business English, at intermediate and advanced levels.
It provides an accurate measurement of the English capabilities of non-native speakers.
The TOEIC test measures and certifies listening, reading and grammar proficiency in international Business English.
- The worldwide standard for measuring workplace English language proficiency
- Each year, more than 4.5 million individuals worldwide take the TOEIC test
- Used as a certification tool in more than 5235 international companies worldwide
- Used in more than 2000 companies and large international groups in Europe.
How to apply for the TOEIC test
Please complete the TOEIC application form at least 10 days before the date of the test and return it to the Examinations Office at the University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation Year.
Payment can be made at the Examinations Office, University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation Year.
Please include a copy of your current passport with your application.
For further information please contact:
University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation Year
PO Box 56 / 130 Anzac Ave
+64 3 479 5709
The fee for the TOEIC test and Official Score Report is NZ$230.
For the test and a Certificate the cost is NZ$265.
The cost of an extra certificate is outlined in detail on the application form.
Location of the TOEIC test in Dunedin
The TOEIC test is held at the University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation Year, University Plaza Building One, 130 Anzac Avenue, Dunedin. (see map)
You will be welcomed by a test administrator on arrival at the Language Centre.
The University of Otago Language Centre and Foundation Year is a TOEIC Public Testing Centre.
View the latest TOEIC examinee handbook:
TOEIC Examinee Handbook Listening and Reading
For more information on the TOEIC test in Australia and New Zealand please go to:
If you have any concerns or issues contacting our centre, please email: email@example.com with any questions or concerns about TOEIC testing.