IELTS Preparation Course

General

Program Description

The IELTS Preparation course is for students who plan to take the IELTS exam within the next 15-­20 weeks. The course familiarises students with the requirements of the exam and its four sections: Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking. Students will practice each of these skills extensively, as well as focusing on improving their grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and pronunciation.

Students will learn strategies to help them fully demonstrate their language ability on the exam and regularly take full mock exams (Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking) to practice these strategies. Every type of IELTS writing task, including both Academic and General Training modules, is covered systematically during each level of the course.


Duration:
5 to 30 weeks

Timetable: Morning and Evening Timetables

Intakes: Every Monday

Entry Level: Intermediate level and above

Contact Hours: 20 Core Hours + 3 Optional Hours

CRICOS Course Code: 069592A


A sample course outline for the IELTS Preparation course is listed below.


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Last updated May 2019

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