Welcome to Eurocentres in the beautiful San Diego, a Division of International Educational Services, LLC!
We put our focus on offering quality instruction to local and international students who have the desire to develop the skills needed to succeed in their careers, social interactions and university studies.
Educational Solutions that work for you
It is very important to us that our students are not just passive observers in lectures, but dynamic participants in problem solving and discussions. Due to small class sizes we guarantee quality interactions with classmates and instructors for an optimum way of learning. Our highly skilled and experienced instructors are ready too meet all your questions and needs. In Eurocentres San Diego you can learn with a diverse group of students representing countries from around the world!
This is the core of the student’s program. The class instructor carefully plans a balanced, fully integrated, varied program based on the student’s learning needs. Six lessons per week are taught by a second teacher, who liaises closely with the main instructor in implementing the weekly plan. Each Friday during the review lesson students have the opportunity to look back over the week and make suggestions for the following week. This approach ensures a goal-oriented learning program for both short-term and long-term students.
Specialized Afternoon Programs
Intensive 25: afternoon classes meeting two times per week (M&W or Tu&Th).
Classes include General Language; Business; IELTS Preparation; TOEFL Preparation; TOEIC Preparation.
Super-Intensive 30: afternoon classes meeting four times per week (M-Th)
Classes include General Language; CAE Preparation*; FCE Preparation*; IELTS Preparation; TOEFL Preparation; TOEIC Preparation.
This intensive course focuses on the skills needed to be successful on the Cambridge Advanced Certificate exam. Students will be prepared for this exam through extensive language skills raining and exam practice. Those areas covered include academic reading skills, academic writing skills, listening skills, successful strategies for the CAE speaking component, academic vocabulary, and English in Use. The school will help candidates register for the exam at the local exam center.
This course focuses on key skills tested in the FCE exam. Students will be prepared for the exam through a combination of language skills training and exam practice. Key study areas include reading skills, writing skills, exam-oriented listening skills, successful strategies for the FCE speaking component, topic-based vocabulary, and focus on English in Use. The school will help candidates register for the exam at the local exam center.
Students who demonstrate English proficiency at Level 5 or above can prepare to take the internet-based TOEFL, a requirement for entrance into most American colleges or universities. Students will learn and practice academic vocabulary, writing effective academic essays, communicating opinions and summarizing academic passages in clear, logical spoken English as well as developing their reading and listening skills in order to comprehend academic textbooks and lectures.
TOEFL students are given complete practice examinations which replicate the actual exam. This practice exam, along with quizzes and assignments, is an indicator of the student’s progress in the course. Generally a student should be able to prepare for the TOEFL exam and reach the target score within twelve months.
This course focuses on key skills tested in the IELTS exam. Students will be prepared for the exam through a combination of language skills training and exam practice. Key study areas include academic reading skills, academic writing skills, exam-oriented listening skills, successful strategies for the IELTS speaking component, topic-based academic vocabulary, remedial grammar linked to exam-based productive skills.
Open to students at Level 4 or above, the TOEIC class prepares students to reach their target scores on the TOEIC exam, which can be taken monthly at Eurocentres San Diego. Designed to give students maximum exposure to language skills and drills that will help them become more confident and competent test-takers, this course focuses on the two general areas—listening and reading—that are evaluated on the exam.
The class is divided into four equal parts: an introduction to business and professional vocabulary; reading comprehension focused on such genres as business letters, memos, newspaper articles, advertisements, and notices; listening comprehension focused on the four specific areas of the TOEIC exam; intense grammar review that focuses on the types of English structures most frequently found on the TOEIC exam.
This course, which may be offered on campus or on site, is designed for students at all levels who desire to improve their English proficiency for the workplace. Although not a tutorial, the class will focus on the English vocabulary and skills that specific groups of workers need to advance in their profession. Work-related vocabulary, fundamental grammar, business and professional writing, and work-themed listening and reading exercises will be the focus of this course.
Workplace English is designed more for local students who have immigrant status, and thus it may not offer enough hours per week to satisfy the requirements for international students on an F-1 visa. International students expressing a desire to take this course may receive written permission from the school to enroll in Workplace English if it does not interfere with their current English program and if there is available space in an existing class.
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