Course providers and their agent partners share a common goal – to provide their clients with a memorable and successful study travel experience. The three pillars upon which such a successful study holiday hinge are an effective English language learning course, a dynamic age-appropriate social programme and the provision of accommodation which satisfies all your client’s needs and meets his or her expectations. Read more
When would you recommend a client or trainee to take an executive course rather than a general language course?
Nowadays anyone interested in following an English Language course is spoilt for choice: General English, Fluent English, Business English, Executive English, Business Communication are just a few of the courses a trainee could choose from. But how does one decide which course best suits their learning needs and goals? Read more
Sitting for an exam can be a nerve-wracking experience even for those mature and skilled students who have experienced this many times over. Butterflies do have a habit of getting the better of us but a positive approach remains essential for exam success. We have to keep in mind that an exam is primarily a showcase of what we have learnt and how we have grown academically during the preceding study period. Read more
A pathway programme will prepare international students linguistically, academically and socio-culturally for successful undergraduate study abroad where English is used as the medium of instruction. The pathway programme, sometimes referred to as an International Foundation Year or a University Foundation Programme, is a fast-track alternative route to A levels for students whose first language is not English and who come from a 12-year formal education background. Read more