General English 22

Develop the four core communication skills while improving pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary

This is an intensive English course. In addition to developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, this course provides support with pronunciation and grammar, improvement in vocabulary and a focused path to English proficiency.

Advanced levels are ideal for students planning to further their careers with our Professional Development Activity or continue their studies at an American university.


Course details

General English 22
Lessons per week 22 lessons
Intensity Full-Time (Intensive)
Eligible for Student Visa Yes

Key points

  • High-quality courses suitable for students seeking immersion English
  • Use of interactive technology makes classes more dynamic
  • Taught at 6 levels (Beginner to Advanced)
  • Classes start on Mondays (Tuesdays when it is a public holiday)
  • On the first day of classes students are provided with an orientation seminar and placement testing is administered
  • Each level is 12 or 13 weeks long
  • Curriculum is structured in weekly modules with special learning objectives
  • Assessment testing takes place toward the middle and at the end of the level
  • Curriculum follows that of established publishers and respected textbooks
  • Proficiency levels match CEFR international standards

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Accreditations & Associations

TALK Schools are accredited by the United States Department of Homeland Security and ACCET and are member of TESOL, NAFSA, IELTS and ATD.

TALK Schools is a part of the TALK Education Group, together with UnistudyUSA, TALK IELTS Center, TALK Kids, Real World Translations and Brentwood.

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