There’s clearly no better place to live, work and study English than in country where the language first came from.
In fact, it is estimated that over 600,000 international students travel to the UK every year to begin an English language course.
If you choose to study English in the UK, it is important to know that there are a many English language schools that offer a wide variety of English courses designed to meet the needs of second language speakers (ESL). Whether you would like to learn English for enjoyment or you would prefer to achieve a formal qualification for a university admission, then we can help you every step of the way.
The length of time for each course does differ between the type of course and learning often involves group discussions and role playing games. Over the last 3 years, IEC Abroad have been successful in helping hundreds of international students find a range of english language courses.
General and Intensive English courses tend to focus on English for everyday use and as a result lessons cover the four main areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
The Intensive English course offers more contact hours than the General course making this a popular option for students looking to improve their language skills within a shorter space of time. Academic English English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is widely offered by English language schools and EAP courses are designed to prepare you for university study both from an English language perspective and a cultural perspective.
IELTS and TOEFL are internationally recognised English language tests and the IELTS grade is often the one you will see top UK universities ask for in their entry requirements.
The IELTS/ TOEFL preparation courses are one of the most effective ways to demonstrate your proficiency across global institutions and the tests also act as useful tools for improving your study skills.
Cambridge English courses offer instruction for a variety of learners and courses focus on general English through to professional English and teaching qualifications. Cambridge English exams are recognised by over 13,500 universities, governments and employers all over the world and are a popular choice amongst English language learners.
Business English courses focus on the type of language commonly used in a corporate environment by developing technical language and negotiation skills. Courses also tend to focus on more than just language skills and often include modules on cultural studies too. For more information about english language courses in the UK, or studying in the UK, contact a member our helpful and experienced team today.