Academic English

The Concorde International University Course is NOT a standard English course.

As well as general language improvement, we understand that students going on to higher education also need academic and research skills.

Who this is forStudents wishing to enter a British University
Start datesCourse Dates: January – June and September to June
Class sizeGenerally 8-10 students, maximum 12 students
Hours per week25hrs per week including IELTS preparation
Entry RequirementsUndergraduate
Certificate of completion of high school education in the country of origin.

Successful completion of a first degree in the subject of study or a related subject at a recognised university in the country of origin.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
January: 5.0 - 5.5
September: 4.5

The aim of this course is to ensure that students are fully prepared, both linguistically and psychologically, for entry onto an Undergraduate or Masters progamme in English and that they are therefore in a position to obtain maximum benefit from their studies. The course has been divided into two main areas of study: Academic Skills Development and Language Development (including, but not limited to, IELTS preparation).

An internationally recognised Foundation programme providing progression to university degrees in: Business, Computing and Engineering.

This accredited Ofqual Level 3 foundation offers a pathway to 49 universities worldwide (UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Ireland).

This Diploma in Business provides an in depth programme of developing English language skills up to Advanced level, Business, Accountancy, Maths, Culture Studies, Study and Communication skills.

Students may join the course at any stage provided they have 5.5 IELTS language level. The Diploma is only awarded to those participants who successfully pass the end of year examinations.

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