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Dhuhr13:30
Asr16:00
Maghrib18:10
Isha20:00
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Muath Centre for Education & Training



Trinity College is one of two approved exam boards by the UKBA for the purpose of English Language, it provides Secure English Language Tests (SELTs) across the UK. These tests are approved for applications to UKVI for visas, Leave to Remain and British Citizenship. The Muath Trust is a Listed SELT Course Provider.

Details of the courses you require are as follows:


Further Leave to Remain (A1)

For Further Leave to Remain you must pass a Secure English Language Test (SELT) in at least CEFR level A1 in Speaking and Listening.
Trinity’s GESE Grade 2 exam (CEFR A1) 6 minute speaking and listening test
Provisional results on the same day
Certificate usually within 7 days
Speaking and listening only


Further Leave to Remain (extension) visas (A2)

From October 2016, after two-and-a-half years in the UK, non-EEA national partners and parents on the five-year partner or parent route to settlement will need to pass a SELT in speaking and listening at A2 level in order to qualify for further leave to remain.
Trinity’s GESE Grade 3 exam (CEFR A2) 7 minute speaking and listening test
Provisional results on the same day
Certificate usually within 7 days
Speaking and listening only


Indefinite Leave to Remain (to settle) or British Citizenship (B1)

For Indefinite Leave to Remain (to settle) or British Citizenship you must pass a Secure English Language Test (SELT) in at least CEFR level B1 in Speaking and Listening.
Trinity’s GESE Grade 5 exam (CEFR B1) 10 minute speaking and listening test
Provisional results on the same day
Certificate usually within 7 days
Speaking and listening only


You also need to take a ‘Life in the UK’ Test as part of your application. This is not a Trinity test.
Visit the government Home Office website for more information about the ’Life in the UK’ test.
The Muath Trust is separate from Trinity and the Trinity SELT centres and has no connection with the running of the Trinity exam sessions.