Face to face lessons with our highly qualified language trainers. Our graded discussion lesson (CEFR A1-C1) cover common G.B.C. topics. Each discussion lesson may include a short reading text, comprehension check questions, a grammar point, a vocabulary list and relevant G.B.C. questions, depending on your particular requirements.
Description: Learn about current issues in politics, business, technology, and society through authentic texts in English. This course uses a variety of multi-media resources such as videos, audio, and written texts to give you an English voice. Express your opinions with confidence and sophistication!
Who should take this course? Anyone preparing for a high-level English-speaking exam such as the GBC exam, TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS. Anyone interested in discussing current issues, developing their critical thinking skills, listening skills, expanding their English language vocabulary, and grammatical range.
Building a Logical Argument
Description: Learn about the different forms of argumentation and how to apply them to English speaking exam discussion questions. This course gives you several frameworks to construct a logical argument in a timely manner, increase your fluency and add sound reasoning to your arguments.
Who should take this course? Anyone preparing for a high-level speaking exam such as the GBC exam, TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS. Anyone interested in developing their reasoning and argumentation skills in English.
Text book lessons
Learn English and learn about business. This text has been developed in association with the Financial Times, one of the leading sources of business information in the world.
Who should take this course? Business people who want to advance their careers.
Contemporary Topics to developing academic listening and study skills. Organized around realistic college lectures, the text guides learners through carefully sequenced activities in skills such as note-taking, focusing attention, intensive listening, and vocabulary building. It also helps students evaluate their interests and explore possible career paths.
Who should take this course? Business people and students who intend on undertaking university courses taught in English.
English for International Tourism
English for International Tourism is designed to meet the English language needs of professionals working in the tourism industry and students of tourism in further education.
Who should take this course? Anyone currently working or aiming to work in tourism who wants to develop theirprofessional skills and English language awareness.
Health Talk: English for Hands-on Nursing
Health Talk gives nursing students practice in the English that they will need to perform their jobs as practicing nurses. Combined with a video program, Health Talk covers both the language and medical skills needed for nursing.
Who should take this course? Nursing students who want to work internationally.
Bespoke courses and more textbooks available upon request.
We recommend the following textbooks to use in one to one classes.