The IELTS exam, which determines the level of the English language, is required for all foreign students who plan to get a Tier 4 visa, go to foreign educational institutions and receive education in the UK.
The training program not only improves all the basic, key language skills and knowledge. Students get acquainted with the structure of the IELTS exam, the content of its blocks and types of assignments, together with the teachers develop successful delivery strategies, develop academic skills. Depending on the level of initial preparation of each student, he can study at one of the 4 levels of the program:
Accordingly, students are accepted for the preparatory program with different levels of initial training (on the IELTS scale): from 3.5 to 7.5.
The intensity of the course can be the following (for students who have previously studied English, it is recommended to start with Standard or Intensive, having booked a minimum of 12 weeks):
The cost of training in a language school depends on the chosen program and its intensity (the price is indicated for 1 person):
1) Preparation for the IELTS exam:
Celtic English Academy (Academy of Celtic English Academy) in the capital of Wales, the hospitable and beautiful Cardiff, began its work in 2004, and today up to 350 people come here for annual summer courses, Many of which remain to be studied for the entire academic year. Each teacher at Celtic English Academy is a native English speaker, has a high professional qualification (CELTA or DELTA), permission to work with foreign students and international groups, and the school itself has received accreditation and high marks from key British organizations, the British Council, Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and English UK.
The school building is just a couple of minutes from the central streets of Cardiff: nearby you can find a huge number Bars, pubs, restaurants and cafes, shops, banks and a Pike, as well as numerous city attractions and cultural monuments (for example, the University of Cardiff, the National Museum of Wales). To study here is pleasant, comfortable and easy: the city has everything you need, which students of any age may need during the whole academic year (including ample opportunities for shopping and entertainment). At the same time life in Cardiff is much cheaper than, for example, in Dublin or London. In 2009, the capital of Wales was named the "European Capital of Sport", and in 2014 confirmed its rank: it is enough to mention such huge stadiums and sports facilities as Millennium, SWALEC and Cardiff City.
You can get to Heathrow Airport in about 3 hours (156 miles), and to Cardiff's local airport in just 35 minutes (14 miles).