English for International Students (EFL/ESOL): IELTS (part-time) Soho Centre (January 19)Options
|Course Title||English for International Students (EFL/ESOL): IELTS (part-time) Soho Centre (January 19)|
|Start Date||8th January 2019|
|Fees||Fee details on enquiry. All learners are fee-assessed at enrolment|
About the Course
This course is for non-native English speakers (EU and worldwide) who want to improve their English language skills and take the IELTS exam in order to enter a UK university.
The class runs for 5 hours per week over 24 weeks (September start) and for 5 hours per week over 12 weeks (April start) at our Soho Centre in the heart of London.
The summer IELTS course runs for 6 weeks and applicants can apply for a minimum of 2 weeks throughout the course.
The course is offered at Level 2 (Advanced) level. Some students may be accepted at Level 1 (Upper Intermediate) if they can demonstrate the ability to achieve the IELTS score they require.
What you will study
The IELTS course includes:
Please note: This course focuses exclusively on practice and preparation for the IELTS test.
Teaching & Learning:
You will learn in small groups with other students who have the same level of English. At the college, our maximum class size is 24, but the average number of students on an IELTS course is 18.
Our teachers are very experienced and they use the most up-to-date materials and a variety of approaches to make sure that your classes are interesting, motivating and effective. Classes include group, pair and project work and computer-based activities. Each centre also has a fully equipped Learning Centre, which students are encouraged to use.
You will be assessed through regular homework during the course, a mock IELTS exam and an end of course test.
The college will enter you for the IELTS exam at the end of your course, exact date and time to be confirmed.
You can progress to other higher level English courses at the College. You can progress to other courses at the College such as an Access to Higher Education Diploma or a Foundation Degree.
The English skills you develop may also help you to find a new job.
You must be aged 18 years or older to take this course. When you arrive at the College, your level of English will be tested to ensure that you are in a class with people who have the same level of English as you.
How to Apply
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