The International College has been offering English language programs to International students since 1974. We are committed to quality, carrying peak endorsements from NEAS and ISO 9001, as a founding and active member of English Australia (EA), and as an accredited Cambridge Teacher Training centre. We offer General English, English for Business, Academic courses (with Direct Entry to University), Teacher Training (CELTA), as well as a range of professional internship programs. The College also offers Foundation studies programs which provide an academic bridge to the first year of a Bachelors Degree at La Trobe University. And Diploma programs, which qualify students for entry into second year of the relevant degree through the Diploma of Business Administration (for business and hospitality related degrees), and the Diploma of Information Systems (for further studies in information systems and information technology). Our students enjoy a complete University life on our famous huge natural landscaped campus with Sports Centre, Library, On-Campus residential colleges, free 24hour study halls, cinema, and more. We also provide comprehensive Student Support Services (Accommodation, Counselling/Advising, Job-Seeking, and Medical), a student lounge & Café, as well as a variety of activities, events, and excursions for a complete educational and cultural experience.
Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students
General 15-25 hrs/wk
For everyday use at all levels. Gain competence in:
- Core Communication skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
- Grammar and vocabulary development
- Enhance Computer skills
- Courses include excursions, as well as social and recreational activities
Critical language and academic skills development. It is aimed at student seeking direct entry to a foundation studies program, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree. Students gain vital skills and familiarity in an Australian academic setting; develop independent study techniques and gain an understanding of student/lecturer relations and expectations through:
- Library and project research
- Academic reading, listening and note taking
- Presentations and public speaking
- Academic essay and report writing
- Critical thinking and analysis
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