Not only has English become an international language;
it is used by more and more people around the world as a medium
of post-school study.
To help universities and colleges select students with sufficient
English skills to succeed in their courses, The IELTS test
was introduced in 1989 to assess “whether candidates
are ready to train in the medium of English”. It is
now used for this purpose around the globe.
Depending in the course of study that students plan to take,
students must elect to sit either the Academic IELTS test
or the General Training IELTS test. This choice must be made
when applying to sit the test. The Academic IELTS test is
necessary for students who plan to study at university (undergraduate
or postgraduate courses), and will test the student’s
ability both to understand and to use complex academic language.
The General Training IELTS test is required by other institutions,
such as colleges and high schools, for courses that require
less complex language skills, and is also as a general test
of English proficiency e.g. for immigration purposes in Australia,
Canada and New Zealand.
The course content developed by our own faculty ranges well
through all four components of; Reading, Writing, Speaking
and Listening. This scope has been conscientiously prepared
keeping in mind the prior exposure of participants to the
English Language and their language requirements. As far as
the coverage is concerned, we are as much interested in its
depth as well as in its breadth. It has always been our belief
that it is absolutely important to equip students with something
more than just what they need. All classes are handled by
dedicated and competent trainers.