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Show the world how good you are with a University of Cambridge ESOL certificate.
Our English for exam courses are specially designed to develop the skills relevant to each exam. However, the main aim of these courses is to build up your confidence and accuracy in all forms of the language by presenting and practising language appropriate to both group and individual needs.
All our English for Exams programmes will provide you with extensive training in examination techniques and strategies. Regular practice tests will show you exactly where you are in the learning curve and provide you with an idea of what it is like to work under pressure during a Cambridge examination.
Worried about your speaking? Or your writing perhaps? Then don't! All our teachers are Cambridge-certified and have both the qualifications and experience to give you the proper guidance and help you improve your English-language skills, whatever your needs are.
Our English for Exams courses consist of 15, 25 or 35 lessons per week.
Why English for Exams?
Our English for Exam programmes offer a blend of exam preparation and general English. This means you will study not only exam strategies and techniques, but also grammar, vocabulary and all language skills required to be successful in your chosen exam.
You can choose the number of lessons and supplement them with extra exam practice.
Thorough placement procedures that ensure you choose the best exam for you.
Multi-national classes that promote communication between you and other students from all over the world.
Continuous assessment allows you to track your progress on a weekly basis and feel what the real exam feels like.
Personalised tutorials and feedback.
Guided homework and the development of exam techniques.
Teachers certified by University of Cambridge
Modern textbooks and course materials.
When can I start my courses?
Good news is you can start your course any Monday as long as it is not a Bank Holiday here in England. If there is a Bank Holiday* on your first week, you will then start your course on a Tuesday. Our continuous assessment policy allows us to offer you a class that challenges your current English language proficiency 44 weeks a year. However, we do recommend A1 students to start their courses in the months of January, April, July or September.
* Bank Holidays 2020 10th April (Good Friday), 13th April (Easter Monday), 8th May (Early Many bank holiday), 25th May (Spring bank holiday), 31st August (Summer bank holiday).
The school will be closed for the Christmas holidays from 23.12.2020 to 04.01.2021
It all depends on how many lessons you want to do per week and how long you are going to be here with us.