General English Course
A perfect course for students who wish to improve their ability to communicate with people in everyday situations.
Our qualified, carefully selected and dedicated teachers plan their English lessons with individual students’ needs in mind and deliver lessons focussing on all aspects of language, including vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, reading, writing, speaking and listening.
There is a strong focus on fluency and effective communication, and a major part of this General English course is activating the passive knowledge that many students already have. This means that a short course of even one week is beneficial.
Please see the CEFR Levels for what the average student can do upon successful completion of a 10-12 week General English course at Pre-intermediate (A2), B1, B2, C1 and C2 levels.
Students are encouraged to bring their own devices to class in order to make use of digital materials and apps which accompany the course. Students may also purchase a digital interactive version of the course book when they begin the course or change levels.
|Class size||Average 12, Maximum 16|
|Start||Any Monday (except public holidays)|
|Course length||1 week +|
|Levels||A1 – C2 (Elementary – Proficiency)|
|Days||Monday to Friday (except public holidays)|
|Lessons (pw)||Class times|
|Standard Morning||20 (15 hours)||9:00 – 12:15|
|Standard Afternoon||20 (15 hours)||13:00 – 16:15|
|Standard Plus Morning||30 (22.5 hours)||9:00 – 12:15 & 13:00 – 14:30|
|Standard Plus Afternoon||30 (22.5 hours)||13:00 – 16:15 & 16:30 – 18:00|
|Intensive||40 (30 hours)||9:00 – 12:15 & 13:00 – 16:15|
|Super Intensive||50 (37.5 hours)||9:00 – 12:15 & 13:00 – 16:15 &
16:30 – 18:00
*Break times: (Adult AM: 10.30-10.45; PM: 14.30-14.45/Young Learners: 10.00-10.10 + 11.00-11.10)
What is the main focus of this course?
- To study and practise general English language in a class with students from all around the world who have the same level of English as you.
- To make good progress in relation to your own learning goals.
- To become more confident using English to communicate with people in everyday situations.
- To be able to understand people speaking English at different levels and with different accents.