This FCE course will afford you a unique learning experience modelled on the methodology used to teach undergraduates in the Humanities Division of the University of Oxford.
Our online customised methodology includes free reading and AV materials, an interactive digital learning platform for exam and grammar practice, and one-to-one private tuition.
Students and alumni view our one-to-one private tuition as the most powerful feature of our online English courses, as it brings about a proper understanding and use of English.
Apply now for this Cambridge English FCE course to take advantage of our free Placement Test and receive an invitation to talk to a tutor for feedback, grading, and best advice.
The course is modular and flexible, and will be customised to match your learning target and professional, academic, and social interests, in a relaxed and supportive manner.
Tutorial assignments will require critical reading and listening, reasoned argument in essay form, and participation in an interactive one-to-one online tutorial with your private tutor.
Elcox teaching addresses the
need of the individual adult student to grasp how English should be
used for clear and effective two-way communication at work and
The purpose of a tutorial will be to engage you in a constructive exchange of ideas with your private tutor, who will evaluate your written work and seek to deepen your knowledge.
Course content will conform to the FCE exam syllabus, and study assignments drawn up by your tutor will focus on exam preparation and strengthening your use of English.
Elcox sets parts of this distance learning course above Level B2 of the CEFRL to enable you to sit your Cambridge FCE exam and pass with Grade A, equivalent to CAE Grade C.
An interactive B2 digital learning platform will allow you to practise mock exam tasks and maintain a steady eye on your progress throughout this online distance learning course.
Our flexible and customised FCE online English course will save you the time, money, and inconvenience of attending a less-effective conventional group language class.
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