General English

The General English course is designed to provide students who have a language ability of beginner to advanced, with the opportunity to further develop their English language skills.

Students may enroll in the course to develop their English for general purposes or to refresh/improve their skills before undertaking further study.

There are two factors that have led to the developments of the General English course at The Future Language School. First, to provide an opportunity to overseas students to improve language ability for social and vocational purposes studying in an English speaking country. The course designed to motivate …

IELTS Preparation

The IELTS Preparation Course at The Future Language School is designed to prepare international students, from a range of backgrounds and nationalities, for both the Academic and General Training Modules of the IELTS test.

It is a 16-week-course based on a core textbook, which is supplemented with a wide range of additional materials. It is designed not only to practise examination techniquesm but to develop the necessary skills required to achieve the required score in the examination. Students at the School will be exposed to a wide variety of materials covering a number of sample IELTS tests. The course is designed in a way to motivate learners with content based on up-to-date, interesting newly released materials as well as mixed media products like online tests and online resources…

EAP Program

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is designed to focus on the development of English skills for vocational and higher education studies. Students will engage in activities that will help them execute spoken and written English required for their future academic studies. Learners will participate in minimum 20 hours a week of face-to-face English studies focusing on developing academic reading, writing, speaking, listening, note-taking, summary writing, essay writing and presentation skills. Students will develop these academic skills required for the appropriate level. Students will engage in both in-class and out-of-class (e.g. library visits for research) activities designed specifically to achieve the proposed learning outcomes. The tasks will be guided by the core and supplementary textbooks. There will be 6 assessments to be completed per level, which aims to reflect assessment strategies of tertiary institutions. The full course consists of EAP1, EAP2 and EAP3 and thus there are three steps to achieve various exit level requirements. Pathway colleges may consider each level of achievement to satisfy their English language requirement.