Minimum entry requirements
- Minimum age: 16
- English level: B1: Intermediate /
- Length of study: From 2 weeks
- Hours per week: 25
- Maximum class size: 15
- Typical student age: 22 - 45
Typical student mix:
18% Middle Eastern, 32% European, 42% Asian, 8% Russian
Dates and fees
- Course starts eachMon
Tuition fees: From 780.00 AUD
Tuition length options
- Our admin fee: 49 AUD
- Enrolment fee: 220.00 AUD
- Textbooks: 140.00 AUD
- Other expenses:
Why choose this Business English course?
- Optimum combination of everyday English and business-specific language skills
- Fast progress in English for the workplace
- Dynamic teachers
- Possibility to add customised one-to-one tuition
- Business English certificate
The lessons are designed for professionals or students planning to enter a job which will require a good level of English. There are General English classes in the morning and business specific modules in the afternoon.
The Business class focuses on spoken and written English for daily workplace communication and you will complete a range of practical assignments.
- Daily workplace language such as explanations and instructions
- Business communication skills for meetings, negotiations, presentations, interviews and socialising
- Skills in writing business reports, letters, emails
- Vocabulary for business topics including management, marketing, finance, human resources, sales
- Essential soft skills such as negotiating, problem-solving and presentations
English Extra classes
This course includes access to our English Extra classes. These are a great chance to develop your everyday English further as well as attend some special interest classes.
English Extra Options
Fluency Fast track
Practise everyday conversation in a relaxed environment. Talk to other students and teachers about things that interest you – a different topic each week.
Learn interesting facts about Australian culture, history, sport, travel destinations and lots more.
Language through song
Improve your listening skills and learn new vocabulary. You don’t have to be good at singing to enjoy this class!
Learn how to make your English sound clear and natural. These workshops given by specialist ELC teachers focus on a different aspect of pronunciation each week.
Learn essential skills and vocabulary for working in Australia. These workshops include: resume preparation, job interview practice and specialized language, such as English for working in a cafe.
Study independently with a teacher available to answer your questions. Use this time however you need to, for example: complete exam practice, do extra grammar and vocabulary activities to prepare your work resume with the teacher’s help.
Each Week | 15 Hours General English | 5 Hours Business English | 5 Hours English Extras
|Notes: This is a sample time table only. It is subject to amendment / alteration without notice|
|09:00 to 10:30||Weekly progress test||Vocabulary & Speaking||Listening & Speaking||Vocabulary & Speaking||Listening&Speaking|
|11:00 to 12:30||Natural English & extended speaking||Grammar||Reading & Vocabulary||Writing skills||Grammar|
|12:30 to 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 to 14:30||Business English||Business English||Business English||Business English||Business English|
|14:30 to 14:45||Break||Break||Break||Break||Break|
|14:45 to 15:45||
Working in English
Sample social programme - 7 days - Tuesday start
|Note: This is a sample social programme only. Some activities are free. Other activities there is a small charge. On arrival at school you will be given a social programme that relates to the length of your studies. Some activities depend on minimum numbers. The school is very receptive to new / different social activity suggestions from students.|
|Film Club||Indoor Soccer|
|Welcome drinks||Maritime Museum Visit||Mexican Fiesta Party||Visit to Newtown||Blue Mountains Adventure + Hike||Free day||Opera House Visit|