Englsih Course Levels
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Starter - Advanced

EFL001 - EFL006

The EFL/ESL courses are focus on developing the students' reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. The courses are designed to the benchmarking correlations for the International Standards and Tests: TOEFL (Paper), TOEFL iBT, TOEIC, IELTS, & CEFR.
Business

EFL007

The Business course is for students serious about improving literacy skills for use in professional working environments. The course benefits students that are interested in taking the Cambridge English Business English Certificate (BEC) examinations.
Medical

EFL008 - EFL009

The General Medical course assists professionals in the medical field with medical English vocabulary as used in medical environments and on medical examinations. The USMLE Step 2 CS course is designed to prepare students for the medical licensure examination in the United States.

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Course Name: Starter
Course Number: EFL001
Course Description: The Starter course is for beginners who require a slower, more helpful approach. It gives students in-class and out-of-class components that allow students to learn successfully. The Starter course aim is to get students talking comfortably. Course content areas include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Practical English, and Review.

Course Name: Beginner
Course Number: EFL002
Course Description: The Beginner course gives students everything they need for successful learning and motivating communication. Students learn new vocabulary from the lesson that is not in the Vocabulary Bank. There are questions for students to answer, which show them how their communicative competence is developing. Course content areas include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Practical English, and Review.

Beginner

Course Name: Pre-Intermediate
Course Number: EFL003
Course Description: The Pre-intermediate course for students is a crucial stage in their learning. Students have passed the novelty of being a beginner, but the goal of communicating with ease and fluency can still feel a long way off. Course content areas include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Practical English, and Review.    

Pre-Intermediate

Course Name: Intermediate
Course Number: EFL004
Course Description: The Intermediate course level is often a milestone for students: at this point, many students really begin to “take off ” in terms of their ability to communicate. Some students, however, may see the intermediate level as a “plateau” and feel that they are no longer making the progress they were before. Students at this level need fresh challenges to help them realize how much they know and to make their passive knowledge active, together with a steady input of new language. Course content areas include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Practical English, and Review.    

Intermediate

Course Name: Upper-Intermediate
Course Number: EFL005
Course Description: The Upper-intermediate course is for students that rightly feel that they are now fairly high-level learners of English and they are ready to “push on” to become very proficient users of the language. To achieve this, they need motivating material and challenging tasks. They need to set clear course goals from day one in terms of both language knowledge and of fluency and accuracy in speaking. Finally, they need classes to be as fun and dynamic as they were at lower levels. Course content areas include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Practical English, and Review.    

Upper-Intermediate

Course Name: Advanced
Course Number: EFL006
Course Description: The Advanced course completes the comprehensive six-level curriculum. These students are, by definition, highly proficient users of the language. As a result, learners typically feel very positive about the language and their classes. Advanced learners are best motivated by a strong focus on vocabulary and grammar. Students concentrate on expanding their knowledge of phrases, idioms, and collocation and in developing an awareness of levels of formality and informality. Course content areas include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, Practical English, and Review.    

Advanced

Course Name: Business
Course Number: EFL007
Course Description: The Business course is for students serious about improving literacy skills for use in professional working environments. Students engage in using corporate business vocabulary, sentence construction, articulation, pronunciation, and conversation. Practice is given to making business presentations, preparing for sales meetings, answering English e-mails and more so that students are prepared to conduct business in English. A valuable benefit of completing this course is that you will be more prepared to enter a professional work environment where English is spoken.      

Business

Course Name: General Medical
Course Number: EFL008
Course Description: 
The General Medical course is aimed at doctors, nurses, pharmacists, paramedics, specialists, receptionists, and volunteer who desire to improve their medical English vocabulary. The core content of the course will include medical terminology, abbreviations, report reading and writing, speaking pronunciation, and listening skills. Benefits of the course enable students to talk confidently with the patients and the general public, communicate with native English speakers in the medical profession, use accurate international medical terminology and abbreviations, produce clear written documents, read and analyze medical histories and case studies.

Medical: General

Course Name: USMLE Step 2 CS
Course Number: EFL009
Course Description: The USMLE Step 2 CS course focuses on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS). Step 2 CS is intended to determine whether physicians seeking an initial license to practice medicine in the United States, regardless of country of origin, can communicate effectively with patients. The course covers Communication and Interpersonal Skills (CIS), Spoken English Proficiency (SEP), and practice material for Integrated Clinical Encounter (ICE). The role-play portion provides scenarios to be acted out entailing encounters with patients, physical examinations, patient telephone calls, emergency department, and hospital settings. Focus is given to the following areas that will result in higher scores on the patient note: using correct medical terminology, speaking and writing, and role-play.  

Medical:
USMLE Step 2 CS

Starter

Homestay
Additional Courses

Course Name: Parent & Child
Course Number: Homestay
Course Description: One or both parents have the opportunity to share a homestay with their child. Both the parent and child will be placed in the home of the teacher. English lessons will be divided, as all can study and stay together.
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Parent & Child

Course Name: Senior
Course Number: Homestay
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Senior

Course Name: Homestay Only
Course Number: Homestay
Course Description: This package is for participants that want a homestay without an English language course. Participants will have daily opportunities to speak English and experience all attractions available during their homestay.    
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Homestay Only

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