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Do you need help to reach the IELTS score required for your pathway this September?

Posted 31 March 2017
Students studying in a Sheffield classroom

Get started with one term of high-quality English language preparation. There is no better way to begin your journey to the University of Sheffield. At the International College, our goal is to help you start your international foundation year or pre-masters programme with confidence.

Why wait?

You can start your English language preparation this June. This will allow you to begin your academic pathway as soon as this September.

100% success

All our English Language Preparation programme (ELP) students, who joined the programme in June 2016, progressed to the International Foundation Year in September 2016.

Settle in before your studies

Take this amazing opportunity to settle in to life in the UK before you begin your academic studies. Our English programmes give you time to enjoy learning a few local phrases and getting to know the culture.

Study at the English Language Training Centre

We teach our English programmes in partnership with the English Language Training Centre (ELTC) at the University of Sheffield. It is the perfect place for you to prepare for living, as well as studying, in Sheffield.

The purpose-built facility has modern classrooms, well-equipped computer suites, and advanced learning resources.

Experienced staff teach you language to help you in your social life as well as your academic life. Many of them are IELTS examiners. They understand the training and guidance you need to succeed.

Did you know…?

  • The University of Sheffield’s ELTC is accredited by the British Council.
  • Cambridge English has authorised the ELTC as an exam centre and for teaching awards.
  • The ELTC is one of the largest university English language centres in the UK.

Course content

Lectures give you a fantastic opportunity to practice your listening and note-taking skills. You will be part of a larger class group for lectures. Tutorials are perfect for reflecting on your learning and monitoring your progress. You will be in a smaller group for these classes. Topics you will cover include grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Learn skills such as:

  • Contributing to a discussion
  • Presentation
  • Structuring your work
  • Planning longer assignments
  • Organisation and time management
  • Technology for language learning.

No delay to your degree studies

If you complete your pathway and pass your assessments you will progress to your chosen bachelors or masters degree in September 2018.

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