Engineers Australia have announced on their website that from 1 January 2016 it will be accepting the TOEFL IbT as an alternative English Language Test to address the English language competency element of the Migration Skills Assessment.
Applicants submitting their application on or after the 1 January 2016 will be able to provide either an IELTS test result form with a score of 6 or more in each of the 4 modules, or a TOEFL IbT result with the following minimum scores for each module:
Applicants will need to upload the test results, as well as write their registration number.
TOEFL IbT results will be accepted up to 2 years after the test date.
Information about TOEFL IbT can be found on the ETS website.