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French Placement Test

Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne
Online Part time 1 hour France Paris

Ev@lang is a 100% online test. It is designed to assess users' foreign language skills accurately and quickly (35 minutes maximum). It is available on any type of support. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. Ev@lang is a modern, reliable assessment tool designed to test candidates' French, English and Arabic language skills. Further language options will be added during the course of 2016. Ev@lang is a 100% online test. It is designed to assess users' foreign language skills accurately and quickly (35 minutes maximum). It is available on any type of support. An instant result Ev@lang allows users to obtain an accurate assessment of their foreign language ability as soon as the test has been completed. Users can print out a summary sheet of the test results. Ev@lang (english version) by cieptv The CIEP'S expertise Ev@lang has been developed by the CIEP's assessment and certifications department. The CIEP has more than 30 years' experience in the field of language assessment. The CIEP tests and awards diplomas in French as a foreign language – DELF (certificate in French language studies), DALF (advanced certificate of French language proficiency), TCF (French competency test), etc, - to more than half a million candidates across a network of 1,200 test centres in more than 170 countries. For Ev@lang, the CIEP has joined forces with a number of partners, including the Arab World Institute in Paris. A test corresponding to the levels of the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the CEFRL Ev@lang is aligned with the proficiency levels defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL). It has the added advantage of offering a total of 6 levels of proficiency and 6 subdivisions of these proficiency levels for greater accuracy: A cost-effective solution Ev@lang is a flexible test suitable for all assessment needs and all candidate profiles. It is very competitively priced, with users able to choose one or more test units from the options available. How does Ev@lang work? Ev@lang is a 100% online test in HTML5 format. It is managed by a full web application that requires no prior installation and can be used on any type of support (PC, Mac or other computer, tablet, smartphone). Ev@lang is an extremely versatile tool that can be used by groups or individuals, in the classroom and remotely. It's up to you to choose! Very user-friendly: candidates simply enter the user details supplied to log in to Ev@lang and take the test. Everything has been designed to make the assessment process as straightforward as possible: clear instructions, icons to facilitate navigation, a stopwatch to keep an eye on time, specific instructions for each stage of the test. With Ev@lang users can also tailor the assessment to their own requirements thanks to a system of individual or multiple test unit combinations (oral comprehension/written comprehension/grammar & vocabulary). The duration of the test varies depending on the number of individual test units proposed and user performance: Minimum duration: 7 minutes Maximum duration: 35 minutes How is the test organised? Ev@lang is an adaptive test, i.e. the evaluation process adapts in real time to user performance. Each user will thus face a series of questions designed accurately to determine their level of attainment in each of the test units evaluated. Questions are randomly selected from the Ev@lang database of questions according to procedures developed by the CIEP's teaching and scientific experts. This design format makes it possible to accurately and instantly calculate the user's language level. At the end of the process, candidates know immediately their level of attainment for each individual test unit. It is possible to set up Ev@lang so that the results are displayed on the user's screen. It is also possible not to have them displayed and to consult them via the Ev@lang management tool. Finally, the test centre manager can create and print out a results sheet summarising the levels obtained for each test unit. The management tool's features also include an option to customise this results sheet by adding your logo! [-]

Certification CISCO CCNA- Rooting & Switching

GITI - Geneva Information Technology Institute
Online & Campus Combined Part time Open Enrollment Switzerland Geneva

Cisco training at Geneva IT Institute privileges practice and offers to its students, during their study period, the possibility to use the Cisco laboratory after classes. Official cisco curriculum is covered. [+]

Cisco training at Geneva IT Institute privileges practice and offers to its students, during their subscription period, the possibility to use the Cisco laboratory after classes. In such a case, a qualified instructor will remain at their disposal to assist them. Cisco training at Geneva IT Institute focuses on success and gives the utmost importance to learning through practice. The students will have all the necessary help in order to progress in their work and pass the theory and, in particular, the practice exams successfully. Network Fundamentals Living in a Network- Centric World Communicating Over the Network Application Layer Functionality and Protocols OSI Transport Layer OSI Network Layer Adressing the Network - IPv4 Data Link Layer OSI Physical Layer Ethernet Planning and Cabling Networks Configuring and Testing Your Network LAN Switching and Wireless LAN Design Basic Switch Concepts and Configuration VLANs VTP protocol STP protocol Inter-VLAN Routing Basic Wireless Concepts and Configuration Routing Protocols and Concept Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding Static Routing Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols Distance Vector Routing Protocols RIP version 1 VLSM and CIDR RIP version 2 The Routing Table: A Closer Look EIGRP protocol Link-State Routing Protoc Accessing the WAN Introduction to WANs PPP protocol Frame Relay protocol Network Security Access Lists Teleworker Services IP Adressing Services Network Troubleshooting [-]

EASA ATPL theory course

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Online & Campus Combined Part time 33 weeks October 2017 Czech Republic Brno

ATPL is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. ATPL course is meant for future airline pilots. ATPL certified pilots are authorized to act as Pilot-in-Command [commander] of an aircraft in any airline. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. EASA ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot License theory course ATPL is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. ATPL course is meant for future airline pilots. ATPL certified pilots are authorized to act as Pilot-in-Command [commander] of an aircraft in any airline. Privileges: Act as pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes engaged in commercial air transportation The holder can exercise all the privileges of the holder of a PPL(A), a CPL(A) and an IR(A) Course entry requirements Minimum age of 18 years At least PPL(A) (Private Pilot License) holder Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics English language skills - ATO oral and written test Ground training The applicant has to go through ground training covering: Air law and ATC procedures... [-]

General English Courses (ESOL)

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time August 2017 United Kingdom London

ESOL courses are for learners who want to improve their English language conversation and written skills in order to get a job or continue studying. English classes run in the morning, afternoon or evening in central London at Kensington [+]

Do you want to improve your English language conversation and writing skills? Would you like to gain a national ESOL qualification? ESOL courses are for learners who want to improve their English language conversation and written skills in order to get a job or continue studying. English classes run in the morning, afternoon or evening in central London at Kensington (close to Ladbroke Grove and Portobello Road) and the Chelsea Centre (just off London’s King’s Road). ESOL Entry 1 ESOL Entry 2 ESOL Entry 3 ESOL Level 1 ESOL Level 2 [-]

Preparatory Courses

Alfred Nobel Open Business School
Campus Part time September 2017 Cameroon Douala Georgia Tbilisi Russia St. Petersburg Cambodia Phnom Penh Hong Kong USA Hallandale Beach Hungary Budapest India Delhi + 12 more

ANOBS preparatory courses especially target foreign students who wish to continue their university or college studies in the European Union. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. ANOBS preparatory courses especially target foreign students who wish to continue their university or college studies in the European Union. Their goal is to prepare the students for the requirements of entry tests to the universities set by European Union standards. An important part of every course is the development of English language skills and compensation for certain missing elements in the knowledge of subjects taught in secondary school. A final examination is held at the end of the preparatory courses. The successful completion of this test, and based on the course results, students can gain admission into a Bachelor programme of certain institutions. However, students may not granted similar advantages in a number of other institutions, and they have to take the same entrance examinations as those who did not participate in the preparatory year. In any case, any entrance examination is a minor obstacle for our successful candidates at other institutions, for the knowledge they have attained at ANOBS represents a solid basis for the furtherance of their education. [-]

Cambridge General English Course

Cardiff and Vale College
Online & Campus Combined Part time 12 - 34 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Cardiff

We offer a wide range of full and part-time General English and study preparation courses. All courses lead to internationally recognised qualifications. [+]

We offer a wide range of full and part-time General English and study preparation courses. All courses lead to internationally recognised qualifications. English courses We offer a range of courses from Elementary to Proficiency level for those wishing to improve their English for general, professional or academic reasons. You may choose to combine a full-time programme of study with an additional part-time English class or other part-time college course to suit your timetable and level of English. Choose from a range of options: Pre-Intermediate English (KET) Intermediate Level (PET) Upper-Intermediate (FCE) Advanced (CAE) Proficiency (CPE) IELTS Business English Writing skills Cambridge ESOL Exams Cardiff and Vale College International is the only Cambridge ESOL Open Centre in Cardiff. As an Open Centre we are authorised to run University of Cambridge ESOL (English Language) examinations for all candidates, including those who are not taking a preparation course at our College. Cardiff and Vale College International offers the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations which is a part of the Cambridge Assessment Group, a department of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge ESOL examinations are suitable for learners of all nationalities, whatever their first language and cultural background and there are examinations suitable for learners for almost any age. Although they are designed for native speakers of languages other than English, no language related restrictions apply. The range of Cambridge ESOL examinations includes specialist examinations in Business English and English for Academic Purposes. You do not need to be studying on a course to apply for an exam through the Exam Centre. However, for students who would like some extra practice, we offer exam preparation courses. Please contact the International Office for details. Email the International Office: international@cavc.ac.uk Examinations on offer at Cardiff and Vale College International are at the following levels: KET (Key English Test) – is Cambridge ESOL’s exam which recognises the ability to deal with everyday written and spoken English at a basic level. PET (Preliminary English Test) – is an exam for people who can use everyday written and spoke English at an intermediate level. FCE (First Certificate in English) – this exam is ideal for people who want to use English for work or study purposes. It is an exam for people who can use everyday written and spoken English at an upper-intermediate level. CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) – is an exam for advanced users of English. This exam is aimed at people who can use written and spoken English for most professional and social purposes. CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English) – is Cambridge ESOL’s most advanced exam. It is aimed at people who us English for professional or study purposes. EXAMPLE COURSES FULL-TIME FOUNDATION ENGLISH COURSE INTRODUCTION This is a General English course for European and International learners who are working towards a pre-intermediate level of English (CEFR A2). It is full-time (16 hours per week) with an additional two and a half hour Exam Preparation top-up course for December leavers (18.5 hours). All students are expected to take the Cambridge ESOL KET/ IELTS exam at the end of this course. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students joining this course will have an elementary level of English and must be 16 years or above. PLACEMENT TESTING All students will be given a Cardiff and Vale College International placement test before being accepted onto the course. This test can involve three elements: a computerised multiple choice test, a written statement and an interview, depending on requirement. THE COURSE INCLUDES: Full-time tuition with experienced and qualified tutors using subject-specific books and authentic materials (paper-based and electronic) A course book and use of the college’s Moodle site Continuous assessment through progress tests and written assignments Regular tutorial time to discuss your progress Supported self-study time Entry to the Cambridge ESOL Key English Test in English (KET) exam (conditions apply) Full use of the college’s academic and social facilities (see Student Handbook for details) COURSE CONTENT On this course you will cover all four language skills as well as grammar, vocabulary and cultural aspects of language (see details below). In addition there are the following lessons: Cultural and Topical, Tutorial and Self-Access, Grammar and Lexis, and in the summer term there is KET Exam revision programme. Speaking You will take part in interactive communication tasks such as role-plays, discussions and interviews. At KET you will be expected to be able to ask and understand questions and make appropriate responses, as well as being able to talk freely in order to express emotions, reactions etc. In addition, you will also focus on managing conversations and pronunciation. Listening You will have the opportunity to practice listening for general understanding and for detail from a variety of sources on a range of topics. Tasks will include notetaking, blank filling, sentence completion and matching multiple-choice. Reading You will be encouraged to read widely whilst studying here. In class, you will be given a range of texts to read with accompanying tasks. These texts may come from newspapers, magazine articles, public notices, fiction, brochures etc. You will be building both your range of vocabulary and your general understanding. Writing You will be given the opportunity to develop your written accuracy, focusing on spelling, punctuation, sentence structure and text coherence. At KET level, you will be expected to rephrase information as well as communicate effectively in a variety of written styles, such as email or letter writing and short stories. Grammar You will study and review the important structures such as tenses, word order, and question formation. You will be given the opportunity to practise the new structures actively in both writing and speaking, through controlled practice and freer communicative activities and homework exercises. Vocabulary You will study essential areas of basic vocabulary, such as topic-related vocabulary. You will be given the opportunity to try out your new words and phrases actively in both writing and speaking, through controlled practice and freer communication activities in class, and homework exercises. Pronunciation You will study the key areas of pronunciation including individual English sounds, syllable stress, connected speech, intonation, rhythm and word stress. You will be taught the phonemic symbols of English sound in order to help you understand how to say ‘new’ vocabulary correctly. PROGRESSION AFTER THIS COURSE Students who successfully complete this course have several possible progression routes: Move on to the Intermediate (Level 2) General English course in the college Apply for a job (showing English language level through the KET qualification) PART-TIME PROFICIENCY COURSE INTRODUCTION This is a part-time (3 hours per week) General English course for European and International learners who are working towards a proficient level of English (CEFR C2). All students are expected to take the Cambridge ESOL CPE examination at the end of their course. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students joining this course will have an advanced level of English and must be 16 years or above. PLACEMENT TESTING All students will be given a Cardiff and Vale College International placement test and interview before being accepted onto the course. THE COURSE INCLUDES: Three hours of tuition per week with an experienced, qualified tutor using a subject-specific book and authentic materials (paper-based and electronic) Use of the college’s Moodle site Continuous assessment through progress tests and written assignments Entry to the CPE ( Certificate of Proficiency in English ) exam (conditions apply) Full use of the college’s academic and social facilities (see Student Handbook for details) COURSE CONTENT On this course you will cover all four language skills as well as grammar, vocabulary and cultural aspects of language. The lessons will follow an English language course book which has been designed specifically to cater for students studying towards the CPE exam. In addition, supplementary authentic materials may be used from a variety of sources. Speaking You will be given frequent opportunities to speak during the course and will be encouraged to present information to the whole class as well as to work in pairs and in groups. A wide variety of communicative activities will be employed to increase your confidence in expressing complex ideas and to involve you in informed discussions. Listening You will have the opportunity to practice listening for general understanding and for detail from a variety of sources on a range of topics. Listening material is selected to reflect the complexity of language and ideas that you will meet in the Proficiency exam, to expose you to a wide variety of registers and accents and to raise your awareness of certain aspects of English pronunciation such as word stress and connected speech. You will be trained to listen for gist as well as for specific information and will be encouraged to think about speakers’ attitudes and opinions. Reading A wide range of challenging reading texts is used. You will be actively trained to skim and scan during reading exercises and also to read for detail. You will also be encouraged to think about a writer’s intentions, opinions and style and will be given frequent opportunities to deduce meaning from context. In addition, you will develop a greater understanding of the cohesion and organisation of texts. Writing Throughout the course you will be given practice in writing each of the main types of Proficiency-level compositions (e.g. reviews, reports, formal letters, proposals, summaries) and will be exposed to variations within the genres e.g. narrative, descriptive, and discursive. Lessons place importance on the process of writing (planning, organisation, review and evaluation of written work) as well as on the final product. In addition to training in register, appropriacy, style and cohesion, there is considerable feedback on compositions with follow-up work where necessary to help build up the range of skills required for you to succeed in the CPE exam. Grammar Grammar work focuses on raising your level of accuracy, increasing your range of structures and revising ones you are already familiar with but may not yet have 'acquired' as part of your active repertoire of language. The discovery approach to learning is adopted whereby you will be encouraged to work out grammar rules for yourselves from observing examples. Vocabulary Throughout the course there is intensive vocabulary work with specific emphasis on collocation, idiom, word building and nuances of meaning within groups of similar words. You will be required to think about the lexical nature of language and the importance of lexis for the creation of meaning and communicative power. You will also be encouraged to keep a record of new vocabulary items and to learn them in context rather than in isolation. PROGRESSION AFTER THIS COURSE Students who successfully complete this course have several possible progression routes: Apply for a Mainstream course in the college (conditions apply) Apply for a Higher Education course Apply for a job (showing English language level through the CPE qualification) PART -TIME WRITING COURSE (Run on demand only) INTRODUCTION This is a part-time English course (2 hours per week) for international students who need writing practice. There is no qualification attached to this course. This course is suitable for students who need extra writing practice to support their studies. It is designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply their language skills and to develop their confidence in communicating in writing. It is also suitable for students who are living and working in the UK but don’t want or need to study full-time. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students joining this course should be able to communicate in familiar situations, complete basic writing tasks and be able to exchange simple, factual information. Students must be 18 years or above. PLACEMENT TESTING All students will be given an interview with a qualified teacher to assess your level of spoken and written English and then placed in an appropriate class. THE COURSE INCLUDES: Two hours of tuition per week with an experienced, qualified tutor Use of the college’s Moodle site Continuous assessment on performance throughout the course Full use of the college’s academic and social facilities (see Student Handbook for details) COURSE CONTENT During the lessons you will be given the opportunity to engage in a range of different writing tasks, moving from basic grammar and sentence structures to paragraphs. You will learn how to communicate in written form in both everyday and academic situations. You may be asked to share your ideas with the rest of the class or you may be asked to work in pairs or groups with other students. Regular homework will be set, as well as more formal written assignments. [-]

Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) Chartered Membership (CM) Examination Preparation Class - part-time

University of Bolton
Campus Part time 20 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

The course is open to all structural engineers wanting to develop their skills to include structural scheme design. It is assumed that all engineers enrolling on the course have a good working knowledge of design of the primary structural materials. The course includes manual methods of analysis and manual design calculations. It also encourages the use of hand drawn conceptual design sketches and sketch details. Throughout the course, use... [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) Chartered Membership (CM) Examination Preparation Class - part-time There is a significant difference between a junior engineer who can carry out the design of individual structural elements and a senior engineer who can identify engineering problems and solve them with viable structural solutions within the scope of a design brief, taking account of structural stability, durability, aesthetics and cost. One of the purposes of this course is to assist junior engineers in their journey to become senior engineers. The course is open to all structural engineers wanting to develop their skills to include structural scheme design. It is assumed that all engineers enrolling on the course have a good working knowledge of design of the primary structural materials. The course includes manual methods of analysis and manual design calculations. It also encourages the use of hand drawn conceptual design sketches and sketch details. Throughout the course, use will be made of past questions from the IStructE CM Exam in tutorials to allow engineers to practice new techniques learnt on the course. There will be a day long mock exam where candidates will be given the opportunity under exam conditions to take a recent exam (likely to be last year’s exam). Opportunity will later be given for peer marking and discussion of the mock exam scripts (or other scripts brought to the session). Marks will not be given by the session leaders and the mock exam is not compulsory. The course includes issues such as exam technique, time management and mark allocation as well as opportunities for coaching using tutorials. In one session, we will invite one or two engineers who sat and passed the examination recently to speak on their experience of the examination, give their suggestions for suitable preparation strategies and answer some of the questions that trouble candidates. Two of the sessions are earmarked for bridge design; however the following topics are excluded from the course: offshore engineering, silos, chimneys, water towers and seismic/dynamic problems. Finally, as the course is exercise and tutorial based, those candidates who put the most effort into their contributions will gain the most from the course. “You get out what you put in.” Entry requirements Applicants should hold BSc (Hons) or BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering or Structural Engineering and be in the process of completing the IStructE’s Professional Review Interview. [-]

English as a Foreign Language Courses

Barnet And Southgate College
Campus Part time August 2017 United Kingdom Barnet Southgate

The EFL Department welcomes students from all over the world who want to improve and develop their English Language Skills. [+]

The EFL Department welcomes students from all over the world who want to improve and develop their English Language Skills. Students can improve their general and academic English and take an internationally recognised exam from beginners to advanced level. They can start a course every Monday and enrol on a course from 6 weeks to 42 weeks. Our full time EFL courses are based at Southgate Campus ; facilities include a sports hall and fully equipped multi-gym, a learning resource centre, library and canteen. Our part time EFL courses are based at Wood Street and Southgate Campus ; facilities include a sports hall and fully equipped multi-gym, learning resource centres, libraries and canteens. Southgate Campus is ideally located with excellent transport links (Piccadilly Line Zone 4) and is just a short underground journey away from lively central London where you can experience the real culture of Great Britain. The College truly reflects the city’s multiculturalism and we are justifiably proud of our diversity. There is a fantastic social programme which includes visits to museums, theatres, other landmarks and places of interest. The EFL department is accredited by the British Council and is a Cambridge English Exam Centre. From September 2016 it will also be possible to take the IELTS exam at the College. Courses The full time programme has two timetables Option 1 - 15.5 hours a week Option 2 - 19.5 hours a week There are a range of part time programmes at different levels. [-]

English in Hastings

Sussex Coast College Hastings
Campus Part time Open Enrollment United Kingdom Hastings

We will assess your current level and improve your English skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking. All General English courses are taught using the Cambridge syllabus leading to PET, KET, FCE, and CAE. Students will be entered for the Cambridge exam if requested, taken at Sussex Coast College Hastings. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. General English and Cambridge Examinations -16 hours a week We will assess your current level and improve your English skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking. All General English courses are taught using the Cambridge syllabus leading to PET, KET, FCE, and CAE. Students will be entered for the Cambridge exam if requested, taken at Sussex Coast College Hastings. ThisCambridge qualification is recognised internationally and trusted by over 20,000 organisations world wide. Our courses range from elementary to advanced level. General English ‘Plus’ and Cambridge Examinations - 22 hours a week Add the ‘Plus’ option to your General English course to give extra focus to IELTS preparation, listening and speaking. All general English courses are taught using the Cambridge syllabus PET, KET and FCE, students will be entered for the exam if requested. IELTS Course Do you need a good IELTS score to enter education in the UK? We run IELTS courses all year round. Specialist Group Courses We offer English language courses for groups with specific professional needs. Past courses include English for Teacher Training and the Nursing Profession as well as Maritime English and English for the Health and Social Care Industry. Why notlearn English in one of England’s most historic towns? We welcome students from the age of 16 upwards. Younger students from age 14 are welcome in managed groups accompanied by group leaders. Our courses run all year round for individuals and groups of any size. [-]

Online English

Atlantic S.E.A.L
Online Part time Open Enrollment Ireland Cork

The Atlantic S.E.A.L. teaching team is now offering an 'Online-English Programme' to interested students who want to continue or start to use and improve their English language when in their home country. [+]

The Atlantic S.E.A.L. teaching team is now offering an 'Online-English Programme' to interested students who want to continue or start to use and improve their English language when in their home country. Our Online-English Programme is tailor made for YOU , whether for your professional, academic or personal life - or all of these! There are 3 main programmes you can choose from: - The ‘WARM UP’ - for Students who have not yet visited us but plan to and wish to ‘warm up’ their English before arrival. This way they can really prepare for the experience, gain confidence & 'meet' our teachers. By feeling relaxed and familiar with the language, they will quickly start to make real improvement the moment they arrive. - The ‘FOLLOW UP’ - for students who have already been with us. You will benefit from a very successful ‘follow up’ when you are back home. We have a record of your level, needs, strengths and weaknesses and what you have already covered in our lessons.So we can start immediately to take you to the next level with no delay or chance for you to forget what you worked so hard to learn. - The ‘START UP’ – if you have not studied at Atlantic SEAL and cannot plan a visit in the near future, don’t worry, it’s always a good time to start! We offer a full assessment of your current English skills. You tell us what you want to achieve and we will advise you on how to do this and then take you to your destination from start to finish. There is no need to commit long term, you can choose to do 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 + lessons. There are special discounts for past students and if you have not visited Atlantic SEAL yet, but may in the future, we give very special discounts if you have been an ‘On Line English’ student with us before your visit. All programmes are tailor-made for each individual student. You can study General English , Business English, Exam English or English for Specific Purposes (Law, Medicine, Engineering etc). Simply tell us what skills you really want to work on (example: speaking and listening) or you can cover all the skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Your pronunciation will really improve too as during the 'Skype English Conversation Lessons', you will be speaking to and listening to one of our highly qualified and experienced native English speaking teachers. At the end of your course you will receive a graded certificate showing what level you have reached and using Council of Europe band levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2) and a personalised progress report clearly explaining to you (and perhaps employers or teachers) , what you can now do in English. [-]

Exam English

Excite English
Campus Part time Open Enrollment United Kingdom Manchester

Excite English can prepare students for all of the major English exams (Cambridge, IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT). [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. Excite English can prepare students for all of the major English exams (Cambridge, IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT). We have a successful history of helping students to pass their exams the first time! Exams covered Cambridge KET, PET, FCE, CPE (A1 to C2) IELTS (all levels) TOEFL and TOEIC GMAT Hours per week: 15 hours (small group) plus 5 hours (one-to-one exam practice). Total 20 hours. Average class size: 2 Maximum class size: 4 Focus on: General English in the mornings followed by intensive exam practice in the afternoon. [-]

Preparatory Course - Moscow Film School

Moscow Film School
Campus Part time 1 semester October 2017 Russia Moscow

Regardless of any future filmmaker specialization is important to understand the basics of filmmaking. Preparatory [+]

Regardless of any future filmmaker specialization is important to understand the basics of filmmaking. Preparatory course lays the necessary foundation for further development of the film industry. Is a preparatory course for admission to long-term programs of the Moscow Film School and is aimed at practical mastery of all phases of filmmaking: pre-production, post-production and Prodakshen. What you will learn (software modules of the course) Kinoteoriya Cinema as art direction. The film and the script: types, genres, fiction and non-fiction differences, genre and film copyright.  Kinoprotsess Basic processes, technologies and methods of filmmaking: preproduction, production, postproduction.  Acting skills Acting techniques. Methods for image transfer. Studies and exercises.  Fundamentals of Carrier Art Methods of impact on the viewer using angles, camera angles, camera movement, framing, depth of space, etc.  Fundamentals of artistic productions Translation script in visual range of the plastic of the future film.  Fundamentals of computer graphics Study of the possibilities of computer graphics in the movie. Kinds of graphics.  Work on the set How and by whom is administered by the filming process? What to consider when planning and conducting surveys?  Theory mounting Study of the concepts and principles of installation. Mounting thinking.  Storyboard Storyboard depends on the quality of the artistic quality of the film, the efficiency of the team and the budget of the future picture.  Screenwriting Dramatic structure. Scenarios of different genres. Mastering the Treatment skill development, application scenario and synopsis.  Sound engineering in movies Working with the script for the sound development of the concept. Sound recording on set and in the studio. The purpose of the course Educational program aimed at building basic skills in the industry, regardless of the choice of subsequent specialization, as well as the formation of a portfolio for admission to long-term programs of the Moscow Film School. Training For 6 months of training the student participates in the creation of real projects in five different professional roles (from writer to editor), familiar with all stages of filmmaking. Besides learning the basics of filmmaking and work on projects in the program included a course on the history of cinema, workshops and training pitching. Portfolio During training, the student creates a portfolio of educational projects for admission to the specialized departments of the Moscow Film School. After finishing the preparatory course Filmmaking student is interviewed on long-term programs in the usual way.   Learning format Part time: 16 academic hours per week (2 pm on weekdays and one full day off). Conditions of admission For admission to the faculty must complete an application form. Admission tests are not provided. [-]

IELTS Preparation

Kings Education
Campus Part time 2 weeks Open Enrollment United Kingdom Bournemouth City of London Oxford + 2 more

You’ll study 20 lessons per week of General English lessons (15 hours) plus 8 lessons of IELTS preparation lessons (6 hours) each week. You can combine the course with additional one-to-one lessons of IELTS preparation. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. Prepare for IELTS at Kings Education London, Oxford and Bournemouth The IELTS Preparation course is aimed at improving the key language skills you need to score as high as possible in all part of the IELTS exam. Students are able to take classes at our London, Oxford and Bournemouth centres. Kings Oxford has been the IELTS testing centre for the Oxford region since 1996. This means you can organise both your preparation and your test with us. Start dates: London: every Monday (4 Jan – 5 Dec 2016). Oxford* and Bournemouth: 4 Jan, 15 Feb, 28 Mar, 9 May, 20 June, 1 Aug, 12 Sept, 24 Oct 2016. Course length: Minimum 2 weeks (London); minimum 6 weeks (Bournemouth and Oxford) Class size range: 14 Tuition: 28 lessons (21 hours per week) Entry requirements English: Kings Level 5 (Intermediate) Minimum age: 16 *It may be possible to start the IELTS Preparation Course on alternative dates in Oxford, subject to availability. What is included in the price You’ll get all this as part of the course price: 28 lessons per week Welcome Information Pack Placement test on arrival, weekly progress tests and regular homework Teaching materials and use of coursebook Use of Computer Learning Centre Access to ClassMate online learning Wireless internet in College Optional weekly lecture programme Two free social activities per week End-of-course certificate Please note: exam fees are not included. Course structure You’ll study 20 lessons per week of General English lessons (15 hours) plus 8 lessons of IELTS preparation lessons (6 hours) each week. You can combine the course with additional one-to-one lessons of IELTS preparation. A wide range of areas are covered in the course, focussing on the four parts of the exam: speaking, reading, writing and listening. In addition to exam-specific training, the course also helps students to develop their broader communication and English language skills. You will also be given training in exam techniques and strategies, such as: working under exam conditions understanding the requirements of each section of the exam understanding what the examiner is looking for planning and reviewing your answers preparing mentally for exam day time management practice of actually completing four parts of the exam under simulated exam conditions (mock exams) To find out more about Kings Education, please visit us at: www.kingseducation.com [-]

Volunteer and Internship

Educa - Russian Language Center
Campus Part time September 2017 Russia St. Petersburg

Enrich your CV with Internship in Russia and practical Russian language skills! [+]

Enrich your CV with Internship in Russia and practical Russian language skills! Despite the controversial political issues Russia still remains one of the biggest players on international markets what makes it one of the most popular destination for an internship. Saint-Petersburg is the second biggest city in Russia and also known as Cultural Capital of our country. It has a great range of companies and spheres where you can experience yourself and get essential skillset for your successful future. But above all, the core advantage of doing an internship in Russia is the big interest of Russian employers in international workers what can play right into your hands if you are interested in staying in Russia. Educa offers you: Internship placement Effective Russian classes Personal manager Long-term visa assistance Accomodation Transfer 24 hour emergency number Social an Culture activities Any other assistance if needed Our city will be especially interesting for those who are looking for an Art or Architecture internship. World famous museums, the beginning of Russian Ballet School, masterpieces of Architecture and a great number of companies working in this sphere … you can get a placement everywhere just tell us what is yours! For example, you can join the famous volunteering service of the Hermitage and become a part of the multinational museum team in Saint Petersburg! You need experience in IT sphere? So, just as a note, Facebook equivalent (Vkontakte) has head office in Saint-Petersburg! In fact, IT sphere is one of the leading here and you will definitely find a lot to learn! IT internships in Petersburg, in particular, are a good way to expose yourself to corporate culture where you can learn how to build, create, manage, or support a corporate network, software development or other IT projects. Internship Placement Fee - 450 EUR Standard Russian Course (price/1 week) - from 160 EUR Host Family Accomodation(price/1 week) - from 140 EUR Internships in IT Sphere: IT Specialist Java Developer Android Developer Webmaster Internships in Art&Design Sphere: Graphic Designer Volunteer Programs: Hermitage Volunteer [-]

Advanced General English course with CAE exam Preparation

Wimbledon Language Academy
Campus Part time August 2017 United Kingdom London

At this level students will cover all four skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. Grammar is quite extensive, vocabulary should cover a wide range of topics and pronunciation should almost be as fluent as that of a native speaker. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Europe. At this level students will cover all four skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. Grammar is quite extensive, vocabulary should cover a wide range of topics and pronunciation should almost be as fluent as that of a native speaker. A coursebook will be used as part of the lesson but will be frequently supplemented with a range of authentic material from other leading resources which will vary depending on the class and students’ interests. A course at WLA provides students with the opportunity to make a significant improvement to their English. It enables students to experience “life as a Londoner” and become familiar with one of the world's major international cities. A long English course leading to a University of Cambridge Exam will strengthen a CV/Resume and many employers will be impressed by a potential employee who has successfully studied abroad and can communicate effectively in the world’s leading international language. All classes are taught by trained teachers qualified in teaching English as a foreign language. Our fantastic English courses combined with your hard work can mean great results. Students can start any Monday (apart from Bank holidays in May and August). We are closed for 2 weeks for Christmas and one week for Easter and one week in September/October. [-]