IELTS preparation courses at Excel College are run by experienced IELTS teachers. You can study for 6, 9 or 15 hours a week in the afternoon from 1.30 p.m. to 4.45 p.m.
- Free placement test
- Weekly assessments
- Regular tutorials with your teacher
- No registration fees
- Start any day, Monday to Friday
- Maximum 15 students in a class
- Minimum age: 16
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Students will need to have an intermediate level of General English before joining an IELTS foundation class. This course will continue to improve your general English language skills and expand your vocabulary on key IELTS topics. You will become familiar with all parts of the test and develop strategies to improve test skills.
This course is designed to bring students up to a 5.5 in all band scores.
At Advanced level, you will continue to improve your use of grammatical structures and key vocabulary across all parts of the test. You will receive intensive support in all skills during lessons and be encouraged to practice these extensively outside of class. You will have regular practice tests, many under exam conditions and be given approximate band scores to assess your progress.
This course is designed for students who already have an overall IELTS level of around 5.5 and who need to achieve 6.5 or higher.
Apply for this course
Simply complete an application form and email with a copy of your passport to Excel College
You will need to book your test either through your nearest test centre or online, depending on local arrangements. To book your test go to http://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/
IELTS test – £155
IELTS for UKVI – £200
Do you need accommodation?
We have both Homestay and Residence accommodation.
If you’re thinking about going to university, UKEC, our sister company, gives university and college application advice and services FREE to Excel College students! Simply ask for an appointment on your application form or ask us when you arrive and we will arrange an appointment for you at a time to suit you.
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