This course is for
Learners looking for an internationally recognized qualification to demonstrate their level of English.
Choose this course to
- Understand how the IELTS® exam works and how to achieve the score you want
- Be confident taking the exam
- Voice your opinions and share your ideas with native and non-native speakers in a variety of different contexts
- Communicate more clearly and fluently in English
- Improve your English language skills – Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing
New challenges at university or work.
Our tutors with extensive knowledge of IELTS® exam content and structure will prepare you for every aspect of the exam. You will use real-life situations to help improve your exam technique, confidence and communication skills. Throughout the course you will:
- Practise your speaking skills through role- play, debates and presentations on current affairs
- Learn how to write for the exam including how to interpret data and present opinions when writing essays
- Listen to presentations and lectures
- Practise reading academic articles and reports
- Develop learning skills such as describing data and interpreting meaning from context
- Learn new vocabulary and grammar structures and improve pronunciation
- Practise IELTS® exam questions in class and with IELTS® resources available for self-study
- Customize your schedule to enhance your progress and develop your language skills. Select your on one on one classes for flexibility and extra support
Location – Upper Hill, Taj Tower, 8th Floor
Class Size (Average/Max) 9-12 students
Language Level – Intermediate and Advanced
Dates – Weekly (Mon – Fri) 8:30 a.m – 4:30 p.m
Guide to IELTS® Exam
IELTS® (International English Language Testing System) is an English language test recognised by over 9,000 organisations worldwide. IELTS® is commonly used by UK universities to assess a student’s level of English.
IELTS® assesses your ability to communicate in everyday English for education, immigration and professional accreditation.
There are two versions of IELTS® – Academic and General Training. There are four parts to the IELTS exam:
- Listening (30 minutes) – You will listen to four recordings of native English speakers and then write your answers to a series of questions.
- Reading (60 minutes) – Three long reading passages with tasks (including diagrams, graphs or illustrations. Texts range from descriptive and factual to the discursive and analytical.
- Writing (60 minutes) – One written task to describe, explain or summarise text or diagrams (minimum 150 words). One essay task (minimum 250 words).
- Speaking (11–14 minutes) – Face-to-face interview with your examiner including short questions about familiar topics and speaking in detail about one topic.
Total test time is 3 hours.
The listening, reading and writing tests are completed at the same time. The Speaking test may be on the same day or up to seven days before or after the other tests.