The Oriental Languages Aptitude Test (OLAT) is a written paper test, lasting 30-minutes. It is an essential requirement for certain applicants for admission to undergraduate degrees in Oriental Studies and its joint schools at the University of Oxford.
|University of Oxford (O33)||All candidates that wish to read a Middle Eastern Language (Arabic, Hebrew, Persian or Turkish) in the following courses:
Oriental StudiesEuropean and Middle Eastern Languages
VT69 Theology and Oriental StudiesApplicants for any other Oriental language will not have to take the OLAT.
Courses and OLAT Tuition are delivered 1-1 for the OLAT with past paper practice an expert advice from past Oriental Languages Degree Graduates from Oxford and Cambridge Colleges. Many of our tutors hold PhDs and other postgraduate qualifications in teaching Oriental Languages both as teachers and tutors, indicative both of their passion for, and expertise in, the subject.
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