We are privileged to have used the facilities of one of the Oxford University Colleges - St. Hugh’s College, as our course centre for 35 years, although we have no formal connection with the University of Oxford. St. Hugh’s College was founded in 1886 by Elizabeth Wordsworth (great niece of the famous poet William Wordsworth) and is situated within easy walking distance (less than one mile) of the city centre.
The course syllabus offer English language tuition at all levels from Elementary to Advanced, (No Beginners) and are designed to improve both the oral and written skills, enabling our students to understand English easily and to give them the ability to speak confidently and fluently.
The exam preparation courses, will concentrate specifically on preparing students to achieve the highest score they can in all parts of these exams. There will be focus on specific parts of each particular exam, including speaking practice and the listening paper, plus timed exam practice.
Thid coursewill cover the practical application of grammar rules; receptive skills: practical reading skills, real world listening practice; speaking skills: debates, presentations, role play, and discussion. The additional sessions for the intensive course will provide a different perspective, with a variety of project work and a choice of special subjects, for learners at higher levels.
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