IELTS Preparation (Foundation & Advanced)0 student
CRICOS Course Code: 096192D
The IELTS Preparation course is delivered via a carefully structured classroom-based platform to assist students prepare, practice and ready themselves for their IELTS assessment. As the test is not just about the assessment portion itself, there is also a lot of mental preparation involved which we advise you of prior to going into an official exam. We take you as close to the actual exam as we possibly can to ensure you are well prepared for IELTS exam and are very likely able to achieve a band score good enough for their future studies etc.
|Course Name:||IELTS Preparation (Foundation and Advanced)|
|Duration (weeks):||4 – 24 weeks|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to Face|
- Has a minimum level of intermediate in General English for IELTS foundation level and Upper-Intermediate for Advance or;
- Passing a pre-entry test (Placement Test).
- Must be at least 18 years of age at course commencement.
|Tuition Fee:||AU$400 per week(Offshore), AU$200 per week(Onshore)|
|Course Material Fee:||AU$50*|
|Total Course Fee:||Determined by period of study|
*One off payment only, not payable with subsequent enrolment.
*Material fee covers 12 weeks duration of the course (optional).
Overseas student Health cover (OSHC)
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*These prices are determined by the Insurance Provider and may be subject to change without any advance notice please inquire with IIB for confirmation of pricing.
The syllabus includes three summative tests – in Weeks 4, 8 and 12. The tests are designed to check the overall progress of a student with regard to the four sections of the IELTS test and whether or not learner objectives have been achieved.
During weeks in which summative tests occur, one Friday session will be set aside for student counselling. Each student will have 5-10 minutes with the teacher to discuss individual progress and how to improve in areas that the student is struggling in.
An IELTS Transcript is given to each IELTS student when they complete their studies. The student’s most recent summative tests scores are recorded on the transcript, along with a participation grade, their attendance percentage and comments from the teacher.