If you want to study in Australia or get an Australian visa, learning English is often an essential step and you may need to sit an IELTS test. At The Eagle Academy, we provide an IELTS preparation course targeted at international students and speakers of English as a second language that will give you the skills you need to succeed.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) assesses the English language proficiency of individuals who want to study or work where English is the primary language. It is recognised by higher education providers, governments and employers all around the world.
Our IELTS preparation course will cover all aspects of the key components of the IELTS testing regime. Entry points range from elementary to advanced across the four macro skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Typically, students may wish to improve their familiarity with testing procedures and material, as well as strategies to improve their scores.
Student’s IELTS band scores will be assessed at the beginning of the course. The program consists of three levels of IELTS preparation from beginner to advanced. Practice tests will be conducted weekly in all four macro skill areas and a final IELTS test will be conducted at the end of every 10-week period under typical IELTS testing conditions.
Enrol now and join more than 500 satisfied students from over 35 countries who have studied with us in the last year. Want more information? We can send you a free information pack with course, campus and discount information immediately.
We are passionate about providing high quality, affordable courses in great campuses. Whether you’re an Australian citizen or an international visitor, you can be sure of getting great value and a chance of enjoying the lifestyle in Brisbane and the Gold Coast when you study with us.
We provide our business courses over three campuses in Brisbane and South East Queensland. The General English course is available to study at Spring Hill and Southport Campuses.
Course Length: 1-28 week course (includes academic holidays).
Full time: 20 hours per week. Students are not expected to complete additional study however, we
recommend at least 2 hours per week of “other study” comprising of self-study or group study.