Our experienced and friendly teachers focus on communication to improve student’s fluency quickly. Students build their language proficiency by studying the macroskills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students also focus on the areas which they want to develop most by choosing an elective program.
|8:30am - 10:30am||General English|
A proven balance of: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and all 4 skills including Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing
|10:30am - 10:45am||||Tea Break|
|10:45am - 12:45pm||Elective (Choose one)||IELTS Preparation, Speaking, Global Business Leadership|
Students from beginner CEFR Level A1 to advanced C1 will cover general English skills at a level to suit their needs. (Please see the table below for a guide to the content at each level).
Our experienced and friendly teachers focus on communication to improve student’s fluency quickly. Students build their language proficiency by studying the macroskills of reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students then focus on the areas which they want to develop most by choosing an elective program.
|Level||Entry guide||Skills developed|
CEFR A1 (12 WEEKS)
|IELTS 4.0* or lower||Foundations of English grammar.|
Vocabulary for topics such as introductions and travel.
CEFR A2 (12 WEEKS)
|IELTS 4.0*||Basic grammar and vocabulary for topics such as hobbies, houses and health needs.|
CEFR B1 (12 WEEKS)
|IELTS 4.5*||Grammar for different tenses and comparisons.
Vocabulary for topics such as work and events in the past.
|INTERMEDIATE CEFR B1+ (12 WEEKS)||IELTS 5.0*||Grammar for abstract concepts. Vocabulary for topics such as money and business decisions.|
|UPPER INTERMEDIATE CEFR B2 (12 WEEKS)||IELTS 5.5*||Appropriate context for alternative types of grammar. Vocabulary for topics such as culture in dierent countries and education.|
ADVANCED CEFR C1 (12 WEEKS)||IELTS 6.0*|
|Advanced applications of the spectrum of English grammar.
Vocabulary for topics such as Language and Literature.
Global Business Leadership
Exam Preparation: IELTS
Course Start Dates:Every Monday except public holidays
Study hours:20 hours in class per week plus 5 hours of homework/self-study per week
Course Length:Minimum four weeks up to 72 weeks for all 6 levels
Class size:Up to 15 students
Assessment:Students graduate to the next CEFR level when they are able to demonstrate the outcomes in the areas of Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing for that level in the week 12 test.
Visa requirementsWorking Holiday Visa (maximum 17 weeks), Student Visa or Permanent Residents. Please check the DIBP website for visa requirements at www.immi.gov.au
Vacation BreaksSpring, Summer, Winter and Autumn 2 week breaks are marked on your Offer Letter.
Entry RequirementsMinimum age 18 years old.
Applicants must show completion of Senior High School Certificate or equivalent.
Intensive English is designed to cater for students who will study English Language for the first time as well as students who can demonstrate higher level outcomes. If students have an IELTS score less than 2 years old it will be taken into consideration to assess their level. On arrival day students will sit for a placement test to assess their current English language learning needs.
$390 per week
- $200 enrolment fee
Overseas Student Health Cover fees