General English






15 Hours

Monday, Tuesday | 9:30 - 14:50
Friday | 9:30 - 12:50
Including 10 minutes break after every lesson & a 30-minute lunch break (Monday-Thursday)



FULL-TIME COURSE

General English course from A1 – C1 level



SMALL GROUPS

Maximum 10 students. We keep classes small, so that your teacher can focus on you.



COURSE AIMS

We help you become a more confident user of the English language with a special focus on functional skills and culture. Of course, you will always work on all four basic language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing.



COURSEBOOK

We use the engaging coursebooks English File and Cambridge Empower series, which help you develop all your English language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. They include lots of useful functional language, fascinating videos, and an engaging online practice for extra learning outside class hours.



E-LEARNING

With the English File and Cambridge Empower series there is extensive online practice for further practice outside class hours.



TESTS

You will take a placement test on your first day in the school, so that we can put you into a group that fits your level of English. After that, you will write progress tests every week, so we can all see how much you improve.



TUTORIALS

Your teacher will meet you at least once a month for a one-to-one discussion on how you are progressing, and what else you could do to develop your English skills.



CERTIFICATE

When you finish your English language course, you will receive a certificate of your studies with us, showing what course you followed. You will also receive an academic report upon request.



16+ COURSE

All the general English courses are available for students aged 16 years or over.



LEVELS: A1 - C1

The coursebook used for these levels is the English File and Cambridge Empower series.

We understand that navigating the English language proficiency levels can be confusing, especially if you are new to learning English or looking to improve your existing skills. To help you better understand the various levels and what they entail, we have provided a brief description of each level below.



Beginner (A1 - A2)

At the A1 level, you are just starting your English language journey. You can introduce yourself and have basic, everyday conversations. At A2, you can handle simple, routine tasks, like ordering food or asking for directions.



Elementary (A2 - B1)

At this stage, you can express yourself more confidently. You can talk about your daily life, hobbies, and interests. You can also understand basic written texts and follow simple spoken conversations.



Intermediate (B1 - B2)

You are now able to hold conversations on a wide range of topics with relative ease. You can read and understand moderately complex texts and follow TV shows or movies in English.



Upper Intermediate (B2 - C1)

Your language skills are becoming more advanced. You can engage in debates, express opinions, and understand nuanced language. You can read and write essays, and you are comfortable watching and listening to English media.



Advanced (C1 - C2)

At this level, you are near-native in your language abilities. You can engage in complex discussions, write formal documents, and understand specialised content. You can consume English-language media without much difficulty.