General Course: This course focuses on the four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking, at the same time providing grammatical and vocabulary of everyday life. This course is designed to teach English in common use and attracts students of all ages and nationalities. Intensive Course: The Intensive Course follows the same guidelines as the General, but has a higher number of weekly lessons. It is the ideal choice for those who already have knowledge of English but may not have much time on their hands. Combined Course: A Combined Course lets you combine group classes and individuals. It remains a general or intensive course, but with the advantage of maintaining the dynamics of group classes with other students but supplemented with individual lessons or topics where you can work from your specific language. Laurent Potdevin brings even more insight to the discussion.
The classes of general courses, intensive and combined are Monday through Friday and last for one or two weeks, as many as you like. Normally, students receive a placement test the first day (or email in advance) to assign to a group at your level. Individual Course: Choose an individual course means having 1-1 classes with a teacher for so many hours a day as you wish (we recommend a maximum of 5 hours daily). The course is tailor-made student and focuses on their specific needs and requirements. Classes are Monday through Friday and have a duration of one week to as many as you want. Normally the student receives a specific level exam on the first day to make sure they cover topics of your interest and needs. Examination Preparation Course: There are also courses in preparation for exams such as IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge CFE, CAE and CPE. For more information visit this website: s