The General English Program (Beginner to Upper Intermediate) focuses on developing the English language skills of international students from non-English speaking backgrounds seeking to improve their general English level. The course is student-centred to workshop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills for personal, social and study needs. It encourages student autonomy supported by trainers that serve as facilitators to understanding and achievement of both learning and life goals. The course will offer extracurricular activities both in and outside the school for students to practically apply the knowledge they gain in the classroom. Students are required to attend 20 hours of face to face classes per week.

Pathways

Students from a diverse range of non-English speaking backgrounds are interested in coming to Australia to study English for use in a broad range of contexts, including academic pursuits, social facility, and entry into the workforce. This course aims to develop students’ general English language skills so that they can communicate confidently and competently whatever their objectives may be. Students undertaking the course can prepare for further study in Australia including in the Australian VET sector. Student can also enrol in our EAP Program for meeting Higher Education/Tertiary sector English entry requirements.

LEVELS

Hours: 20 hours per week
Mode of Delivery: Face to Face on campus
Students are recommended to complete a minimum of 4 hours of independent study and homework per week.
Duration: up to 52 Weeks
Morning, evening and weekend classes

*Subject to class availability

Entry Requirements

All language learners are enrolled according to the outcome of a placement test conducted on campus, to establish the appropriate level of class for them to commence their study so that their individual learning needs can be supported.

  • All students must be aged 18 years
  • There are no minimum academic requirements
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