This A level is a 2 year course which provides the core education for any student interested in studying English at university. The route followed provides students with enormously valuable knowledge on human behaviour through the study of great writers and their works.
The A-level is an internationally acknowledged qualification. Students will be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of English literature through excellent critical English language skills. For any students wishing to pursue a career in Law, Media, Teaching English, translation, Psychology, History or Drama this qualification is perfect and equips the students with vital skills for university.
The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) course is designed for ages 16+ and is usually followed by the IGCSE exam by which point our students have become more confident and advanced language learners.
The course can last for 3 months or more depending on the students’ level upon starting the course. It is an intensive 3 hour course designed by our team of expert teachers who have over 15 years of experience in delivering IELTS lessons and achieve excellent results each time. Students are given tips and techniques on how to manage this time restricted exam and are bombarded with topic and level appropriate vocabulary in order to secure a high grade. We make sure students are fully prepared before taking the exam by providing Mock exams as well as individual feedback and support before they take the exam.
By securing the IELTS certification students open doors as it helps them study, live or work almost anywhere around the world. Not only is it recognised by more than 9000 organisations worldwide but also by governments, academic and employment institutions.
Being confident in English in everyday situations is one thing and using the appropriate English for study is another. This is known as ‘Academic English’. This course is designed to introduce students to the academic language and skills that are required at an English University. Students develop four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, using tasks that a university student will encounter such as listening to lectures, taking notes, giving spoken presentations, reading academic texts and writing essays and reports using proper academic vocabulary.