University Preparation Programs
For students planning to conduct overseas studies, the following courses are offered to assist them to smoothly transition into overseas university systems.
3 hours a week for 12 weeks. The course teaches students to be an active learner and participant in the context of overseas university systems. Students will learn how to actively read, listen, take notes, and think critically. Students are also introduced to research skills necessary to write academic reports. Students will also learn how to manage time, work in groups, and present their work individually and as a group. Finally, students will learn strategies for how to sit exams.
English for Academic Purposes:
3 hours a week for 12 weeks. To accompany Academic Skills. Writing essays, producing academic reports, and presenting them is one of the most important tasks for college students. In this course, students will learn how to write academic essays and useful strategies for avoiding plagiarism. Students will also learn how to discuss in English and present their ideas in a public setting.
Business and Management:
3 hours a week for 12 weeks. This course is intended for students planning to enter business and related majors. Students will learn introductory business and economics topics.
Mathematics & Statistics:
3 hours a week for 12 weeks. This course is intended for students planning to enter business management, science, and related majors. Students will learn college algebra and Excel-based. introductory statistics.
IELTS/Duolingo: 120 hours in total. The course will prepare students with the aim of achieving an IELTS score of 6 or higher.