There is no minimum English requirement for entry to General English. Students will take a placement test on their first day of class. Through the production of a portfolio of work, students can move between levels as their language proficiency develops
To enter General English, students need take a placement test to determine the level they can study which can be one of the following:
Elementary provides a solid foundation in grammar, vocabulary and communicative skills. This level is for complete beginners and those who need to brush up on the basics.
Pre-Intermediate has a topic-based syllabus with task-based learning at its core. It’s focused on developing students’ accuracy and fluency.
This level continues the multilayered and communicative approach with task-based learning at its core.
Upper Intermediate extends and expands on the language and skills developed through the previous levels.
Flexible Study to help you progress
Every three to four weeks, students will have the opportunity to move between levels through the successful production of a portfolio of work
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