IELTS Preparation

Course Overview

The IELTS Preparation course is designed to equip students with the necessary skills and strategies to excel in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) examination. This comprehensive course integrates the four macro skills essential for success: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Through a combination of theoretical instruction, practical exercises, and simulated exam experiences, students will develop their language proficiency and test-taking abilities, enabling them to achieve their desired scores on the IELTS exam.

Future English offers two levels of the IELTS Preparation course to cater to students with different proficiency levels:

1. Upper-Intermediate IELTS 
Tailored for students aiming for an IELTS score ranging from 5.5 to 6.5 through the course duration of 10 weeks. With focused instruction and targeted practice, students delve into the intricacies of the English language, honing their skills to meet the demands of the exam.

 2. Advanced IELTS
Catering to students aspiring for an IELTS score of 7.5 or higher through the course duration of 10 weeks. The course is designed to push the boundaries of language proficiency. Through advanced strategies and challenging exercises, students delve deeper into the language specifics, refining their abilities to achieve excellence in the IELTS examination.

 

Entry Requirements
Course Structure

Entry requirements

Upper-Intermediate IELTS
Students who want to start the Upper-intermediate IELTS course must meet one of the following conditions:
  1. Finishing Upper-intermediate level in General English at Future English
  2. Bringing an IELTS certificate with an overall band score of 5.5 or an equivalent PTE certificate of 45.
  3. Scoring an average of 60% on the English placement test

Advanced IELTS
Students who want to start the Advanced IELTS course must meet one of the following conditions:

  1. Finishing Upper-intermediate IELTS at Future English
  2. Bringing an IELTS certificate with an overall band score of 6.5 or an equivalent PTE certificate of 58.
  3. Scoring an average of 70% on the English placement test

Course Structure

SAMPLE TIMETABLES
Students can choose either a morning or evening timetable. Morning classes run for a total of five hours each day from Monday to Thursday. Evening classes run for a total of four hours each day from Monday to Friday.

Students are required to attend 20 hours of face-to-face classes each week.

Morning Session Timetable: 8:30am – 2:15pm
*This serves as an example timetable. The syllabus content will differ depending on the course level.
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
From 8.30am to 10.30am Weekly revision Vocabulary Skills Homework Check Listening Skills
Grammar Skills Pronunciation Grammar Skills Writing Skills
From 10.30am to 10.45am Class Break (15 min)
From 10.45am to 12.45pm Oral Communication Skills Listening Skills Reading Weekly Review
From 12.15pm to 1.15pm Lunch Break (30 min)
From 1:15pm to 2.15pm Vocabulary Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills Leisure Activity
Multimedia Functional Language Oral Presentation
 

Evening Session Timetable 5:00pm – 9:15pm

*This serves as an example timetable. The syllabus content will differ depending on the course level.
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
From 5.00pm to 7.00pm Weekly revision Vocabulary Skills Homework Check Listening Skills Multimedia Functional Language
Grammar Skills Pronunciation Grammar Skills Writing Skills
From 7.00pm to 7.15pm Class Break (15 min)
From 7.15pm to 9.15pm Oral Communication Skills Reading
Listening Skills
Reading Writing
Oral Communication Skills

Presentation

Leisure Activity

Why study this course?

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Student Experiences

Course Information

Cricos Code:
115577C
TOTAL FACE-TO-FACE HOURS:
20 hours per week
WEEKS PER LEVEL:
10 weeks
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS:
Weekly
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS:
Week 5 and Week 10

SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH POLICY

At Future English, we aim to provide high quality learning outcomes within a caring and supportive learning environment. To help create this environment, we ask you to speak English only at the college.

If you speak your own language, you exclude other people at Future English who cannot speak your language. Future English is an inclusive community – we want everyone here to feel comfortable and part of the community.

If you speak more in English, your speaking| will improve! If your friends are speaking English, your listening will improve!