CRICOS Course Code : 060123C

About Course

Don’t be scared by the name “IELTS”, but this course is the perfect transition introducing Academic or Professional English.

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to higher level English Language courses which are becoming more and more popular and necessary every year, such as: Cambridge FCE, IELTS, EAP and Advanced level general English courses.

Entry Requirement

  • You need to have graduated from high school; and
  • You have successfully finished General English at an intermediate level; or
  • You can show a level equivalent to 4.5 IELTS General Training, TOEIC 510 or other equivalent international tests; or
  • You can show evidence that you have finished an intermediate level course at another English college in Australia.

Levels & Courses

 

 

Why study this course at MIT?

  • The fundamentals of writing in English, used in both Universities / Academia and business. The differences between formal and informal English and how to transition between the two depending upon the needs of the writer and the audience.
  • More vocabulary focusing on the most important words and phrases commonly used in English tests, by highlighting the various language influences (e.g. French, Latin and Greek) on formal English.
  • Phrasal Verbs and their use in spoken English.
  • Exam Reading skills, such as skim reading and scan reading with a wider reading list compared with General English.

Timetable

Morning Class Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
8:30-10:00 1st Session 1st Session 1st Session 1st Session Day Off
10:10-11:40 2nd Session 2nd Session 2nd Session 2nd Session
Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:20-13:20 3rd Session 3rd Session 3rd Session 3rd Session
13:30-14:30 SFMs SFMs SFMs SFMs
Evening Class Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
16:30-17:30 SFMs SFMs SFMs SFMs SFMs
17:40-19:10 1st Session 1st Session 1st Session 1st Session 1st Session
19:20-20:50 2nd Session 2nd Session 2nd Session 2nd Session 2nd Session

*Intake: Every Monday (If Monday is public holiday, then the next school day should be the intake day)
*SFMs: Special Focus Modules See more
See our Academic Calendar