If your native language is not English, your department may require you to submit results for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam, regardless of where you were educated.
IU English Proficiency Exam
Your department may also require you to take IU’s English Proficiency Examination (IEPE) when you arrive at IU to determine if you must take any English courses. You must agree to take any English courses that are recommended based on the results of this examination. Fees for special part-time English courses are the same as for other courses; however, credits earned in these English courses do not meet degree requirements.
English language requirements for associate instructors
Finally, if you are eligible for an associate instructorship position, you must meet additional English language requirements, including passing the Test of English Proficiency for International Associate Instructor Candidates (TEPAIC).