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Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.

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Since all classes are online, students will not have to appear at classes. Schedules may not be as stringent when taking lessons online. Students can work on and carry out assignments when they are ready and at their personal pace. In several online degree courses, students are not expected to take elective classes unless needed by their major. This allows students to zero in on and study particularly what they need to learn for their business. For many students who have a passion for to learn information relevant to their major, online degree programs work excellent as this approach will save time and aid students gain their degree faster.

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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. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. 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! [-]

IELTS Preparation Course

Cambridge Seminars College
Campus or Online Full time 2 - 36 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Cambridge

This course will prepare students for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Students will familiarize themselves with the various tasks and question types within the test as well as practising all test parts. [+]

IELTS Preparation Course IELTS is the International English Language Testing system which tests English proficiency across the globe. It is accepted by more than 8,000 organisations around the world, which include universities, professional bodies and multi-national companies. The IELTS test is made up of four sections - Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. There are two versions: the Academic version for those who wish to enrol at University and to work or practise in an English speaking country, and the General training version, intended for those who plan to do non- academic training or to gain work experience. This course will prepare students for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Students will familiarize themselves with the various tasks and question types within the test as well as practising all test parts. The classes will involve group work, one-to-one tuition and student-centred learning outside of the classroom. There is a large element of coursework attached to this course. Although there will be a language improvement element to this course, emphasis is on familiarization with the elements of the test. [-]

Cambridge General English Course

Cardiff and Vale College
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 12 - 34 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Cardiff + 1 more

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

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. 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. [-]

Academic - TOEFL Preparation - San Francisco

Stafford House International
Campus or Online Full time September 2017 USA San Francisco

Taken by over 25 million English language learners, the TOEFL test is a widely respected English language test. It measures your ability to use English at university level and is recognised by over 8,000 institutions in more than 130 countries. [+]

Taken by over 25 million English language learners, the TOEFL test is a widely respected English language test. It measures your ability to use English at university level and is recognised by over 8,000 institutions in more than 130 countries, including the majority of North American universities. Exam Preparation All our exam preparation courses cover the areas of your chosen exam in detail ensuring you learn the skills and English language through the use of past papers and exam technique to achieve exam success. Preparation courses available for Cambridge Exams, IELTS, and TOEFL. Objectives Goal-oriented and highly focussed preparation programme Develop the skills needed to succeed in the exam Develop strategies to maximise your score in the exam How you will learn Skim reading for meaning, scanning for detail, paraphrasing, making inferences, and more Methods and strategies for successful integrated and independent writing The skills needed to speak confidently and succeed in a one-to-one interview Listening strategies such as listening for gist and for detail With sample papers and continuous practice of specific tasks, you will become familiar with the exam you are taking and learn how to answer the questions as effectively as possible Quick Facts Start Dates Every Monday Minimum Level Upper Intermediate Age 16+ [-]

Certification CISCO CCNA- Rooting & Switching

GITI - Geneva Information Technology Institute
Online & Campus Combined Full time 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. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. 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 PPL(A) training - Private Pilot License

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 45 hours Open Enrollment Czech Republic Prague Brno + 2 more

Private Pilot License is a qualification that permits to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes in non-commercial operations. PPL is the most common type of license in General Aviation and can be used for leisure flying or as a first step towards Airline career. For future professional pilots, the Private Pilot License is also the first step in the aviation career. [+]

Private Pilot License is a qualification that permits to act without remuneration as PIC or co-pilot on aeroplanes in non-commercial operations. PPL is the most common type of license in General Aviation. For future professional pilots, the Private Pilot License is also the first step in the aviation career. Course entry requirements Minimum age of 16 years to apply Second class medical certificate No previous flight experience needed Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics English language knowledge - FTO oral and written test Privileges The privileges of the holder of an PPL(A) are to act as pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes for non commercial purposes. Learning objectives Ground training: Total instruction time given is 30 hours minimum and consists of two modules. Module 1 - Preparation for exams: Air Law Aircraft General Knowledge Flight Performance and Planning Human Performance and Limitations Meteorology Navigation Operational Procedures Principles of Flight Communications Module 2 - Theoretical preparation for flight training: Maneuvers Weight and balance Flight planning and monitoring Communication Aerodrome and traffic pattern operations, measures and procedures to prevent collisions Flight training: 45 hours total time in airplane PPL(A with: At least 25 hours of dual instruction [with FI] At least 15 hours of supervised solo flight time, including at least 5 hours of solo cross-country flight time with at least one cross-country flight of at least 270 km (150 NM) with two full stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodrome of departure. Examination Examination – Theoretical The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at the CAA office in the form of written tests. Tests consist of nine subjects (Meteorology, Navigation, Communications, Aircraft General Knowledge, Principles of flight, Air Law, Flight performance and planning, Human Performance and limitations, Operational procedures). A pass in a subject is awarded to an applicant achieving at least 75% of the marks allocated to that subject. Theoretical examination for the PPL(A) must be successfully passed at the CAA within a period of 12 months from date of completion the ground training in the ATO. Examination – Practical The practical skill exam is performed in flight with the authorized CAA examiner and can be taken after successful completion of the written tests at the CAA authority. The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: operate the airplane within its limitations complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as possible exercise good judgment and airmanship apply aeronautical knowledge maintain control of the airplane at all times. Duration The PPL(A)can be obtained in a range period starting from a month depending on the trainees time availability for both theoretical and practical training. [-]

EASA Zero to ATPL modular training program

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 63 - 78 weeks Open Enrollment Czech Republic Prague Brno + 2 more

Zero to ATPL (frozen) modular training is one of the most vaunted solution for future Aviation professionals. The modular training includes all PPL-NR-MEP-IR-CPL-ATPL licenses and qualifications and will get the trainee from zero level of knowledge about Aviation to the Airline Transport Pilot License in 12 months only. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. EASA BECOME A COMMERCIAL PILOT FROM 0 TO ATPL Today, more than ever, the airline industry needs highly trained and skilled professionals for the growing industry, to safely take to destination over 5 bn. passengers annually. Being a Commercial Pilot comes also with a lot of responsibility, complex decision making and the ability to understand and cope with abnormal situations. This program is designed for students with little to no flying experience and that want to pursue a career in aviation according to EASA regulations. Flying Academy is highly specialized in offering training from ab-initio to “frozen” ATPL(A). The trainees of the program will start with PPL(A) and, upon obtaining the necessary flight experience, will continue with IR(A), CPL(A) modules or MEP (multi-engine aircraft) flight programs. After successful completion of the zero to ATPL(A) course, you will be issued an EASA CPL(A) license with ATPL(A) theory completed and will be authorized to act as Pilot-In-Command (PIC) of an aircraft in an airline. The ATPL(A) license is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. Privileges The privileges of the holder of an ATPL(A) are to act as pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes engaged in commercial air transportation exercise all the privileges of the holder of a PPL(A), a CPL(A) and IR(A). At the end of the course, each pilot will have 200 hours of flight experience out of which 100 as Pilot in Command (PiC). Free iPad Flying Academy is equipping all trainees starting the professional training, from ab-initio to frozen ATPL (A) (known as from zero to ATPL) with a free of charge iPad Mini 4G+WiFi. The iPad will be used primarily for studying as materials are sent wirelessly to the trainee’s iPad for each phase of the training: PPL – Plane operating handbooks, PPL manual, Charts, Planning tools and documents to ATPL – eBooks, but also for all intermediary steps [i.e. IR(A)]. Learning objectives Ground Training – during the zero to ATPL course, the trainee will complete theoretical courses for PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A) and ATPL650(A) Flight training – the flight training will start with the PPL(A) including the NIGHT, continues with IR(A) and MEP(A), and finalizes with the CPL(A). Ground Training The applicant has to go through ground training covering: Air law and ATC procedures Airframes & systems, electrics, power plant, emergency equipment Instrumentation Mass and balance Performance Flight planning & monitoring Human performance & limitations Meteorology General navigation Radio navigation Operational procedures Principles of flight Communications Flight Training At the end of the training, the trainee must have a minimum of 200 total flight hours (including PPL(A) time): 100 hours as pilot-in-command 20 hours of VFR cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command, including a cross-country flight totaling at least 540 km (300 NM) in the course of with full-stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodromes of departure 10 hours of instrument training 5 hours of night flying including one cross-country flight and 5 solo take-offs and 5 landings 5 hours on a complex airplane Examination - Theoretical For PPL(A) - The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at the CAA office in the form of written tests. Tests consist of nine subjects (Meteorology, Navigation, Communications, Aircraft General Knowledge, Principles of flight, Air Law, Flight performance and planning, Human Performance and limitations, Operational procedures). For ATPL(A) - An applicant must demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of a CPL(A) in accordance with EASA requirements in Part-ORA and Part-FCL. Examination – Practical The practical skill exams in the airplane with the examiner can be taken after successful completion of the written tests [PPL(A) & ATPL(A)]. The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: Operate the airplane within its limitations Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by EASA Exercise good judgment and airmanship Apply aeronautical knowledge Maintain control of the airplane at all times. [-]

EASA ATPL theory course

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 33 weeks October 2017 Czech Republic Brno + 1 more

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. [+]

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... [-]

Admission Consulting

MasterPrep International
Campus or Online Full time 10 hours Open Enrollment Italy Rome Napoli Switzerland Zurich Milan + 4 more

The admission process is a complex and lengthy journey that can take numerous months before a final selection result. Admissions to colleges and universities programs demonstrate an ever growing competitive spirit, especially at the best European and North American schools. The schools are constantly raising GMAT/GRE and TOEFL/IELTS test scores, making their academic and professional application criteria increasingly selective. At the same time, they are looking for applicants with unconventional profiles and unusual experiences and skills. Aspects such as an international vocation, the ability to work in a team, multicultural flexibility and strong leadership potential are demanded now more than in the past. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. Admissions Counseling and Essay Editing The admission process is a complex and lengthy journey that can take numerous months before a final selection result. Admissions to colleges and universities programs demonstrate an ever growing competitive spirit, especially at the best European and North American schools. The schools are constantly raising GMAT/GRE and TOEFL/IELTS test scores, making their academic and professional application criteria increasingly selective. At the same time, they are looking for applicants with unconventional profiles and unusual experiences and skills. Aspects such as an international vocation, the ability to work in a team, multicultural flexibility and strong leadership potential are demanded now more than in the past. MasterPrep Consultants specialize in undergraduate and postgraduate admissions to universities, colleges and business schools. Our staff knows how to develop your personal story into an outstanding application and emphasize your unique traits that the schools are looking for. Admission Process Postgraduate Programs Postgraduate programs will most likely ask you to: 1. Complete an online application in English (before a deadline); 2. Provide your up-to-date CV in English; 3. Send the dossier: Bachelor Degree, Bachelor Degree grade transcripts; GMAT/GRE score card; English Language certificate, e.g. TOEFL, IELTS; Provide a motivation letter /essays (both for the admission application and/or scholarship application); Provide letters of reference (academic and/or work/internship); A copy of the receipt for application fee payment (if applicable); A legible copy of a passport or identity card where applicable; A colored passport size photo; 4. Start student VISA application steps (where applicable); Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate programs will most likely ask you to: 1. Fill in an online application in English (before a deadline); 2. Send the application dossier: Complete high school grade reports or certificates. The school may ask for a table with grading system conversions indicating highest possible grades and lowest passing grades; Official SAT scores or ACT scores; English language Certificate, for example: TOEFL/IELTS; Provide a motivation letter in English (both for the admission application and/or scholarship applications); Provide letters of reference in English (academic and/or work/internship); A copy of the receipt for application fee payment; A legible copy of a passport or identity card where applicable; A colored passport size photo; 3. Start student VISA application steps (where applicable); How It Works Admission Counseling Our consultants will help you to: Assess your personal and professional profile by identifying your strengths and weaknesses; Select the programs best suited to you based on your professional experience and your personal choices; Develop a strategy that makes your admission application and your candidacy unique and interesting; Start student VISA application steps (where applicable); Sell yourself effectively to the various schools based on your educational record and your activities in the community where you live and work; Revise your Curriculum Vitae and letters of reference; Prepare for an interview. Essay Editing With regards to the essays, our consultants will: Check how your essays match school requirements; Make the essays compelling and attractive; Find unique motivations and cues that grab the attention of the committee; Highlight your leadership potential, your career objectives and maintain your personality; Arrange documents in a logical order, making them more attractive and readable; Improve syntax, use appropriate vocabulary, polish grammar, punctuation, etc.; Eliminate irrelevant elements. Admission Counseling and Essay Editing In Practice: Four Steps SITUATION The assessment step is free of charge and it is aimed at getting to know the candidate’s profile and understanding how we may help. ACTION The Consultant identifies the areas of intervention and quotes the number of hours necessary. TARGET The candidate confirms the admission counseling/essay editing service. RESULT The candidate applies and gets admitted to his/her target program Delivery: in person, via Skype, via email, via phone. [-]

GMAT

MasterPrep International
Campus or Online Full time Part time Open Enrollment Italy Napoli Switzerland Zurich Milan Rome + 4 more

The GMAT ® (Graduate Management Admission Test) is required for admission to MBA and other post-graduate programs at the most important universities and business schools. [+]

The GMAT ® (Graduate Management Admission Test) is required for admission to MBA and other post-graduate programs at the most important universities and business schools. The GMAT assesses the examinee with 4 different sections: Analytical Writing Assignment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Section, Verbal Section. ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSIGNMENT This section requires the writing of an essay that is later scanned and scored to evaluate the reasonableness of the assumptions and conclusions that the essay offers. INTEGRATED REASONING This section tests the ability to assess information and data coming from different sources, such as charts, tables, emails, etc. VERBAL SECTION This section of the test assesses logical thinking, critical understanding of a text and correct grammatical understanding of the English language. The questions are divided into 3 sections: Critical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction. QUANTITATIVE SECTION This section is devoted to the assessment of logical reasoning and mathematics skills. The questions are divided into 2 sections: Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. All MasterPrep GMAT courses include access to our exclusive online platform. You can study at your own pace and benefit from: Computer adaptive system similar to GMAT itself Video explanations for every GMAT topic More than 5,500 practical questions with explanations Personalized study plan 4 in-built full length GMAT simulations For those who prefer to practice on their own, MasterPrep offers two options: GMAT GOLD MasterPrep GMAT Book 5 realistic full-length GMAT Simulations 5 hours live support € 460 GMAT SILVER Access to the MasterPrep exclusive online platform € 250 Why MasterPrep Exceptional Teachers Our trainers always stay abreast of the latest developments in the world of test preparation and offer the highest teaching standards in the industry. Excellent Curriculum Our teaching resources and dedicated online platforms provide you with the vast and up to date study and practice material needed to excel in the chosen test. Small Groups We have deliberately chosen to limit the size of our group courses in order to be able to focus more specifically on each student’s need. 360° Service From test preparation, to admission counselling, essay editing and coaching, we will equip you with all the key elements required for your success. [-]

Preparation course for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (Online)

Cambridge Institute
Online Part time 50 hours Open Enrollment Spain Madrid

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is currently one of the prerequisites for all those who need to prove their English. It is the only qualification recognized by more than 6,000 institutions in 136 countries worldwide. It gives access, among others, to schools and universities in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is currently one of the prerequisites for all those who need to prove their English. It is the only qualification recognized by more than 6,000 institutions in 136 countries worldwide. It gives access, among others, to schools and universities in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Price: 69€ What is the TOEFL iBT Preparation Course from Cambridge Institute? It is an online course containing all materials and explanations necessary for students to understand the structure of the test, see the types of tasks and related issues, have practical advice and make some practice tests to develop the necessary skills to obtain a good result. Online course content Grammar Reference - Although the TOEFL does not test your grammar directly, a good command of grammar rules is essential to produce quality texts on the writing portion and speak with accuracy and consistency in the speaking part. Therefore, our course will offer a number of important well explained and exemplified grammar topics. Writing Reference - Here the student will be able to see and understand the structure of the two parts of the TOEFL's Writing with tips on how to write good texts. Vocabulary Reference- Our students receive a complete list of verbs and vocabulary that will be useful not only in the TOEFL exam, but also to improve the knowledge of English in general. Explanation exam - A detailed description of each part of the exam, including how to calculate the scores, so that students will understand exactly what to expect on test day. Tips to prepare for the TOEFL - Tips to help students develop the skills needed for the examination, for example, how to take notes while listening, how to make a study plan, how to learn vocabulary and other useful tips . Exam simulations - Students will receive 7 complete tests, including reading, listening, speaking and writing, ie, a real and concrete training to pass the test Each test contains 3 texts for the Reading part related to academic subjects. 6 recordings for the Listening part. There are 4 lectures about academic topics and 2 conversations involving students and academic life. 2 writing tasks - one short and one discursive essay 6 oral tasks Reading and Listening parts and corrected automatically by the platform. All listening excerpts come with a transcript that can be consulted at any time. Writing and Speaking tasks are corrected by a teacher and the student will receive the correction, along with feedback on their performance. The course lasts 50 hours, which the student must take in a maximum of 3 months. Note: In order to perform the tasks, students must have a microphone, so they can record their answers and present them to the tutors. [-]

Preparation course for the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) (Online)

Cambridge Institute
Online Part time 50 hours Open Enrollment Spain Madrid

This course includes didactical units of various topics and it offers 4 exams so students can practice the 5 parts of the exam: Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening, Speaking. [+]

This course includes didactical units of various topics and it offers 4 exams so students can practice the 5 parts of the exam: Reading Writing Use of English Listening Speaking. Price: 59€ Characteristics The course also has a section to review grammatical issues; explanation and examples of the different types of writing; and four recordings of scripted oral exams, so that students can listen and analyze how the candidates respond to questions. Regarding writing, students can also use the supervision of a tutor who will make a customized correction of their work. The course lasts 50 hours, which the student must take in a maximum of 3 months. [-]

Preparation Course for the First Certificate in English (Online)

Cambridge Institute
Online Part time 50 hours Open Enrollment Spain Madrid

This course is the result of Cambridge Institute's big bet to renew and expand its educational offerings. This program includes teaching units of various topics and offers 4 exams that students can practice the 5 parts of the exam: Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening and Speaking Speaking. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. This course is the result of Cambridge Institute's big bet to renew and expand its educational offerings. This program includes teaching units of various topics and offers 4 exams that students can practice the 5 parts of the exam: Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening and Speaking Speaking. Price: 59€ Characteristics The course also has a section for review of grammar points; explanation and examples of the different types of writing; and four recordings of oral exams scripted, so that students can listen and analyze how the candidates respond to questions. In the case of written, students can also have the supervision of a tutor who will perform a customized correction of their work. The course lasts 50 hours, which the student must take in a maximum of 3 months. [-]

Preparation Course for Preliminary English Test (PET) (Online)

Cambridge Institute
Online Part time Open Enrollment Spain Madrid

This course includes teaching units of various topics and offers 5 tests so that students can practice the 5 parts of the exam... [+]

This course includes teaching units of various topics and offers 5 tests so that students can practice the 5 parts of the exam: Reading Writing Use of grammar Listening Speaking. Price: 59€ Characteristics The course also has a section for review of grammar points; explanation and examples of the different types of writing; and four recordings of oral exams scripted, so that students can listen and analyze how the candidates respond to questions. In the case of written, students can also have the supervision of a tutor who will perform a customized correction of their work. The course lasts 50 hours, which the student must take in a maximum of 3 months. [-]

CampusCanada Program

CampusCanada
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time June 2017 Canada Canada Online Ottawa + 1 more

CampusCanada offers intensive and immersive programming designed to respond to the unique challenges that face incoming international students. These challenges often involve the familiarization and navigation of campus and academic life at a new university or college, while at the same time, adapting to life in a new city, and indeed, a new country. [+]

Best Online Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation 2017. CampusCanada offers intensive and immersive programming designed to respond to the unique challenges that face incoming international students. These challenges often involve the familiarization and navigation of campus and academic life at a new university or college, while at the same time, adapting to life in a new city, and indeed, a new country. While CampusCanada is housed at Carleton University and staged throughout the National Capital Region, the program provides new international students, regardless of the Canadian university or college they are attending, with skills and relevant information to help them successfully familiarize themselves with their new settings and begin their academic career and experience abroad on surer footing. CampusCanada offers additional programming to help lift some of these barriers; this programming involves an intensive online introduction and an immersive summertime orientation based on campus and throughout the National Capital Region. We call these two core components: Canada101 and Campus101. Canada101 Canada101 is the introductory online companion to Campus101. It is offered earlier in the summer prior to the on-campus portion. Canada101 has three main objectives supporting the desired outcome described above: to gain a broad but informed understanding of Canada, particularly in terms of Canadian cultures and cultural traditions, societies and social values, geographies and climate, and legal, political, and economic structures; to familiarize and/or introduce students to the themes, objectives, and programming they experience over their immersive orientation; to have students engage with the program and the instructor, and to put students in contact with one another so they can interact and begin developing relationships prior to their participation in Campus101 Campus101 Campus101 is the intensive and immersive orientation program of CampusCanada. Building from Canada101, Campus101 is guided by four main objectives: familiarization with the university and college environment. This involves understanding and navigating the campus infrastructure; locating and identifying the various services, spaces, amenities common to Canadian universities; to gain exposure to, and engage with various university services and resources (e.g. International Student Centres, Writing Tutorial Services, Academic Skills, Library Research Skills). Here students gain a greater awareness of the support and services available to them so they may facilitate a more seamless transition into their university environment and academic. In this second objective, students are provided with introductory academic skills training; to explore the National Capital Region and gain first-hand exposure to some of the themes considered in Canada101. A further objective here is to familiarize students with municipal infrastructure and services common to Canadian cities (e.g. public transportation, city hall, licensing bureaus, public libraries, and other services); as much of the programming involved collaboration through participation in fun and interactive team-building activities, students have an opportunity to form strong friendships and networks that will extend into their university experiences and beyond. [-]