The Foreign Examination Bureau was established in 2012 in order to provide global testing and qualifications to local candidates. It has become Sri Lanka’s largest dedicated exam centre which operates in three different geographical locations. Designed specifically for those wishing to take computer based, online or paper-based exams, the F.E.B offers a comfortable, distraction and stress-free testing environment.
Now more than ever, English proficiency is a necessity in the global work environment.
Whether you are an individual who wants to stand out against the competition or an organization seeking to build a more skilled team or prepare work-ready students, the TOEIC® program can help you achieve your goal.
As the industry leader, the TOEIC program has set the standard for assessing English-language skills needed in the workplace for over 35 years. With about 7 million tests administered every year, the TOEIC tests are the most widely used around the world. 14,000+ organizations across more than 160 countries trust TOEIC scores to make decisions.
TOEIC® Listening and Reading
TOEIC® Listening and Reading certification offers an international standard for measuring and determining the English-language skills of non-native speakers in daily life and the global workplace. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect and describe everyday tasks.
Why choose TOEIC® Listening and Reading?
TOEIC® Listening and Reading test format
The TOEIC® test is a paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice assessment. There are two separately timed sections of 100 questions each.
TOEIC® speaking and writing
The TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests represent the global standard for assessing English proficiency in the workplace.
TOEIC® Speaking and Writing certification sets a standard for decision makers worldwide, who use it to determine who can communicate effectively with co-workers and clients at an independent and proficient level in English across borders and cultures.
TOEIC® Speaking and Writing tests offer an international standard for measuring and determining the language skills of non-native speakers in daily life and the global workplace. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect and describe real-world tasks.
Why Choose TOEIC® Speaking and Writing?
TOEIC® Speaking test format
The TOEIC® Speaking test comprises 11 questions that measure different aspects of test takers’ speaking ability.
The TOEIC Bridge™ test is the ideal test to measure learners’ emerging English–language skills at beginner to intermediate level. It offers an international standard for academic institutions and language training programmes to measure existing skills and determine which aspects of language development need further attention. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect and describe real-world situations.
The TOEIC Bridge™ is a paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice assessment. There are two separately timed sections of 50 questions each.
Candidates can register for the test by calling our call centre or through one of our registration centres. You must submit your application 14 working days in advance of the test date, along with your payment and the following documents:
Send your application to:
Foreign Examination Bureau
28 Galle Road,
You cannot choose your test centre as this will be automatically allocated based on the address given in the application form. We will email an admission card to you.
For information about the test dates, test fee and how to pay, please contact our call centre on
+94 112 733 088 | +94 112 738 195 | +94 115 243 788.
Do you need an Invigilator, Proctor or a venue to sit an upcoming exam?
The Foreign Examination Bureau currently offers exam invigilation services and proctored exams for multiple international universities. We also exams for Distance Learning Institutions from Europe, America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK for individuals and groups across three locations in Sri Lanka.
If your exam is either Paper Based, Computer Based or Web Based we can help you.
Please email us for further information.
The key to a successful exam is preparation. This includes having the correct credentials and identification when you arrive at the Foreign Examination Bureau on exam day. Let’s face it, exams are stressful events! Read the following and save yourself some stress. It is better to defer an exam than show up and be refused.
What do I need to bring (and not bring) to my exam?
You will need to bring TWO (2) forms of identification to the Foreign Examination Bureau. One MUST be a current, valid, non-expired government-Issued photo ID. This would include a valid Passport, or Driver’s License* that contains a photo that looks like you, your full name, date of birth and contains your signature. The second may be a valid signed bank card or credit card.