CPE REG NO: 200908934N
(01-11-2023 to 31-10-2027) (65) 6567-9078



Course FeeCourse Admission CriteriaCourse IntakePreparatory Course for IELTS Examination (General/Academic Training)


Full – time: 6 months

Monday – Friday 3 hours daily

Course Fees Amount Payable
Course Fee ($5,268.00 before discount of $268.00 for one-time payment) $ 5,000
FPS Insurance $ 240
Course Material Fee $ 300
Medical Insurance $ 180
Course Fees Payable $ 5,720
Goods and Services Tax (9% GST) $  514.80
Total Course Fees Payable (Inclusive of GST) $ 6,234.80


Miscellaneous Fees (Non- Refundable)
International Student Application Fee (Non-refundable) $ 457.80
Student Pass Issuance Fee and Multiple- Entry Visa (To
be paid to ICA)
$ 90
International Student Renewal Fee (Non-Refundable) $ 87.20
Course Transfer Fee (Non-Refundable) $ 30
Late Payment Fee (Non-Refundable) $ 109
IELTS Exam Fees (To be paid to Exam Centers) Refer to IELTS exam centers
Medical Check-Up (Payable to Clinic) Approximately $ 45
Banker’s Guarantee (Actual cost depends on the amount and period of guarantee) (Non-Refundable) $ 160 – $ 369

Course Admission Criteria

Entry Requirement
Minimum Age Applicants must be at least 15 years of age as at 1st January of the year they are enrolling.
Additional Requirement Applicants are required to sit for the English placement test to determine the academic standard


Course Schedule for IELTS

Module Commence Date Course Completion date
To be updated
This course is specifically designed for non-native speakers who want to take the IELTS Examination in the next 6 months to 1 year. This course helps students to enhance their reading, speaking, listening and writing that is essential for the exam. It is suited for Non-native speakers who want it for Academic Purposes.

Modules Offered:

IELTS English
Focus Area Learning Outcomes
Reading Comprehension Skills and Strategies Process and comprehend texts at literal and inferential levels.
Apply critical reading by focusing on implied meaning, higher-order thinking, judgment, and evaluation
Reading Different Types of Rich Texts Apply close and critical reading a variety of literary selections and informational/ functional texts,
from print sources, for learning in the literary/ content areas and to understand how lexical and grammatical items are used in the context
Focus Area Learning Outcomes
Writing Skills and Strategies Generate and select ideas for writing and representing for a variety of purposes, audiences, contexts, and cultures
Develop, organize and express ideas coherently and cohesively in writing and representing for a variety of purposes, audiences, contexts, and cultures
Type of Texts Produce a variety of texts for creative, personal, academic, and functional purposes, using an appropriate register and tone
Focus Area Learning Outcomes
Features of Spoken Language Demonstrate knowledge of spoken grammar and register
Speaking Skills and Strategies Speak with accurate pronunciation and appropriate intonation. Use appropriate skills, strategies, and language to convey and construct meaning during interactions
Types of Spoken Texts Produce spontaneous and planned spoken texts that are grammatically accurate, fluent, coherent and cohesive.
Focus Area Learning Outcomes
Listening Skills and Strategies Use appropriate skills and strategies to process meaning from texts. Use appropriate skills and strategies to evaluate texts


Academic Progression:

Students who successfully completed the course with the required grading can obtain the minimum language qualification required for entry into various tertiary courses globally.

Assessment Methods:

The final assessment is based on written examinations set by the International English Language Testing System (UK).
Internal assessments include Mock Examinations and monthly progressive board games tests.

Teaching Processes:

• Raising Awareness
• Structuring Consolidation
• Facilitating Assessment for Learning
• Enabling Application
• Guiding Discovery
• Instructing Explicitly
• Progressive report on students’ development (monthly test results and Mock Examinations)

Manner of Teaching:

1. Using textbooks and workbooks
2. Using series of examination practice papers
3. Using lecture notes
4. Listening and Oral Communication

Graduation Criteria:

Students are deemed graduated when they have completed the course with at least 90% attendance for international students and 75% attendance for local students.

All fees must be duly paid in full.

Attendance Requirement:

All Student Pass Holders are required to maintain a record of 90% and above. Failure to do so may lead to cancellation of student pass.

Non-Student Pass Holders are required to maintain a record of 75%  and above. Failure to do so may result in suspension or termination of the student.

Average Teacher-Student Ratio:

1: 15

Course Duration:

Full – time: 6 months (weekly 5 days x 3 hrs)

Monday – Friday  1pm – 4pm

Upon graduation, students can be given a Statement of Achievement upon request.