This Cambridge English IELTS online distance learning course with guided home study and private teaching is modelled on tuition at the University of Oxford.
Our dual teaching methodologies will equip you to pass the IELTS exam with a high band score and gain practical knowledge relevant to your professional needs.
Alumni single-out private tuition and guided home study as key features of our courses, which develop and impart a lasting grasp of how English should be used.
Guided home study requires attention to prescribed reading and AV lectures, in order to reach a balanced view that you can write on and discuss with your tutor.
Elcox guided home study will refine your comprehension and use of English as you engage in the interactive disciplines of reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
After you apply, you will be offered an IELTS placement test and be invited to discuss your answers with a tutor for best advice on how to prepare for the exam.
The course conforms to the IELTS syllabus, and your guided home study will prepare you for the exam and afford you a competitive edge at work and elsewhere.
IELTS course modules are flexible and support the needs of exam candidates and professionals with a variety of English skills and requirements for private study.
An online interactive Cambridge IELTS digital learning platform will provide you with continuous access to exam practice and record your progress on the course.
This online private IELTS course fully enables guided home study and saves the time, cost, and nuisance of attending a less-effective local group English class.
IELTS course modules are flexible and match the needs of exam candidates and professionals who have various English skills and requirements for private study.
Our interactive Academic English digital learning platform (DLP) will provide you with continuous access to exam practice and a measure your progress.
Employers who recognise the Cambridge IELTS Academic English Certificate and have career vacancies around the world include:
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