- What is TECS?
The Test of English Communication Skills for Graduating Students (TECS) is a test to assess your ability to communicate in English at the workplace upon graduation from university.
So, if you are graduating soon, this test will give you and prospective employers an objective measure of your proficiency level in English.
- Why do I have to sit for TECS?
Employers nowadays are looking for candidates who can communicate effectively.
TECS is designed in collaboration with experienced human resource managers responsible for recruiting staff in their corporations.
That’s why TECS is a useful and accurate tool to measure your level of English communication proficiency.
TECS will let your potential employers know how well you can communicate in English. If you know your level of English communication proficiency, you will be able to take steps to improve yourself.
- Who is TECS for?
If you are a final year bachelor-degree student, then you are eligible to take TECS either in your first or second semester.
- What can I gain from TECS?
TECS can tell you how ready you are to communicate in English at the workplace.
You will receive a certificate of achievement for TECS and the results will be recorded in your academic transcript if you attain Level 3 to Level 6.
The certificate can be used as evidence of your ability to communicate in English to enhance your employment possibilities.
- What will I be tested on?
TECS will test your Oral Interaction skills (TECS 1001 – 15 minutes) and Writing skills (TECS 1002 – 60 minutes). The results will be stated in levels as below:
- Level 6: Highly Effective
- Level 5: Effective
- Level 4: Satisfactory
- Level 3: Functional
- Level 2: Limited
- Level 1: Extremely Limited
- When will TECS be offered?
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Faculty of Built Environment & Surveying||Faculty of Built Environment & Surveying|
|School of Biomedical Engineering & Health Sciences||Faculty of Science|
|School of Chemical & Energy Engineering||School of Mechanical Engineering|
|School of Civil Engineering||School of Education|
|School of Electrical Engineering||School of Human Resource Development & Psychology|
|School of Computing|
|Azman Hashim International Business School|
Please ask your faculty for details on registration procedures.
- Do I have to pay?
Fees for both TECS 1001 and TECS 1002 papers have been included in your undergraduate study programme.
- Where can I get further information on TECS?
For enquiries, please contact:
|Ms Nur-Al Huda Hashim||Head / Enquiriesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms Siti Aishah Abdul Hamid||Deputy Head / Enquiriesemail@example.com|
|Ms Rohayah Kahar||Committee Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Associate Professor Dr Abdul Halim Abdul Raof||Committee Member||–||email@example.com|
|Ms Nur Farha Abdul Aziz||Enquiries / Clerical||07-5531817||Nurfarha.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms Azila Kamis||Enquiries / Resultsemail@example.com|
|Ms Marzuana Jamil||Enquiries / Financefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Zainuddin Musoh||Exam Rooms & Logisticsemail@example.com|
|Mr Muhammad Baharuddin M Sakdon||Printing & Logisticsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Muhammad Harfanizam Harun||Printing & Logisticsemail@example.com|
- http://myline.utm.my/moodle282/course/view.php?id=115 (for more samples and guide to answer the questions)