|Qualification Name||General English|
|Duration in weeks||Study from 10 Weeks to 40 Weeks|
|Tuition Fee||$3,200 - $12,800 ($320 per week)|
Our General English courses are specially designed to empower international students with the essential language foundation needed to thrive in Australian society. Whether you're aiming to pursue further studies or simply seeking to immerse yourself in the local culture, our program is your ultimate passport to success.
We focus on practical language usage, ensuring that you feel confident and capable in everyday situations. From ordering a cup of coffee at your favourite cafe to engaging in lively conversations with locals, you'll quickly become a pro at navigating real-life scenarios.
With a strong emphasis on grammar and the four main English skills (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking), you'll build a solid linguistic foundation that sets you up for academic and professional excellence. Our courses integrate all language modes, honing your understanding of English forms, features, and functions.
Beyond language proficiency, our program empowers you with valuable learning strategies and styles, ensuring your growth as a successful language learner. You'll be equipped to analyse, respond to, and compose a diverse range of language items encountered during social interactions in Australia.
The General English courses consist of four levels: Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate. Each level has a 10-week study period. Students will be expected to attend a weekly 20-hour face-to-face class.
Successful completion of the General English course at Upper-Intermediate level enables entry into the IELTS Preparation course or the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Upper-Intermediate course.
There are two different types of assessment tasks (formative and summative), which are built upon the teaching/learning content covered in each course of study. At the end of each level, students will be required to sit for a final exam to demonstrate their learning outcomes.
Students do not need any special requirement to enter the General English course. However, they will be assessed and placed in an appropriate class before commencement. Students applying from overseas can do a special placement test with their agent so that an appropriate class can be arranged in advance.
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Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
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Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia
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