IELTS (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM) IS ACCEPTED GLOBALLY BY UNIVERSITIES, EMPLOYERS AND IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES. IELTS IS VERY COMMONLY USED FOR ACADEMIC APPLICATIONS.
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) scores are accepted by over 9,000 organisations worldwide, including universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies. IELTS is designed by experts to fairly assess the language ability of candidates who want to study or work where English is the language of communication. IELTS recognises both British and American English in terms of spelling, grammar and choice of words. It also incorporates a mix of native-speaker accents from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US in the Listening component. The IELTS approach is recognised as being fair, reliable and valid to all candidates, whatever their nationality, cultural background, gender or special needs. The test questions are developed by a network known as the IELTS item writers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, and the US. They are based on real-life sources (for example, advertisements, books, newspapers and company policies), therefore ensuring that they are always fit for purpose.
This course focuses on the skills you need to pass the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) exam. The course is structured to improve your proficiency in all four skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Monitoring and assessment, including practice exam papers, will help prepare you and build your confidence.
Prepare for IELTS
We run a full range of IELTS preparation courses to make sure you get your best results.
The school is open Monday to Saturday. You can choose to study during the week or on Saturdays or a combination of both. All our courses are taught by qualified and friendly teachers and accredited by the British Council.
- B2 Upper-intermediate
- C1 Advanced
IELTS TEST DATES
|5 March 2020||Thursday||Academic only|
|7 March 2020||Saturday||General Training and Academic|
|14 March 2020||Saturday||Academic only|
|21 March 2020||Saturday||General Training and Academic|
|4 April 2020||Saturday||General Training and Academic|
|11 April 2020||Saturday||Academic only|
|18 April 2020||Saturday||General Training and Academic|
|30 April 2020||Thursday||Academic only|
|9 May 2020||Saturday||Academic only|
|16 May 2020||Saturday||Academic only|
|21 May 2020||Thursday||General Training and Academic|
|30 May 2020||Saturday||General Training and Academic|
|6 June 2020||Saturday||Academic only|
|13 June 2020||Saturday||General Training and Academic|
|18 June 2020||Thursday||Academic only|