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Intensive English Language Institute (IELI)

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School ID: SI610015
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Applied number: 123

Intensive English Language Institute is committed to working with students to provide the best English language education and service possible.

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Intensive English Language Institute is committed to working with students to provide the best English language education and service possible. It believes that communication is the key to providing good service and helping students get the most benefit from their programs. At the Institute, it will challenge the students to develop their language skills to a high level. The course will also help students develop intellectual flexibility and cultural communication skills to give them confidence in their future endeavours. The IELI teachers and staff work hard to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The commitment is to provide the best educational program and social support possible. The Institute wants to create a learning community where each student can achieve the best.

IELI starts at a beginner level and helps students build their English ability step by step. Each level teaches new language skills and gives students a lot of practice and feedback to help them use new structures and expressions. Students are placed separately by skill area. Its curriculum helps students become more fluent in English as well as focussing on pronunciation, accuracy, and organisational structure. IELI classes encourage students to learn about the world and to use their English skills to express ideas on important issues affecting their future. IELI is located on the campus of Flinders University. Studying on a university campus is an excellent way for the students to learn about the culture of Australian education.

Why choose us?

IELI is all about our students:

  • IELI is a not-for-profit organisation, which means that everything we do is for our students, not for owners or shareholders.

IELI provides a high quality educational experience:

  • IELI provides high quality English language training to help students improve all aspects of their English language skills. At our school, students study in two separate classes – Reading & Writing and Listening & Communication. Students can be placed in different levels for their different classes.
  • It also means that our curriculum is very balanced, with equal time spent on all the skill areas, not just focusing on reading and writing only.
  • We also offer extra classes in the afternoon that students can attend for no extra cost. These classes offer additional practice in specific areas, like pronunciation, and there are also classes just for practicing conversation with local university students.

IELI is more than an education provider; it’s a community:

  • IELI is committed to providing more than just an education – we want to provide our students with a wonderful experience and for our students to become part of the international community at our school.
  • IELI students come from many different countries. We normally have between 20 and 30 different nationalities studying with us, with students from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Africa. We strongly encourage students to work together with students from other countries, and often use group work in class to encourage this.
  • We also have a strong student activities programme, called the IELI Culture Club. Every week, we have social activities for students to join and meet other students.

IELI offers opportunities to engage with the local community:

  • The IELI volunteering programme provides opportunities for students to volunteer in local community organisations. It’s a great way to meet local people and to help other people.
  • The IELI job help service provides information about how to find part-time work in Adelaide with CV writing practice and help with interview techniques. Getting a part-time job not only helps students to earn some money while they’re studying but is also a great way to meet local people.
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Avg Cost of Tuition/Week AU$400
Cost of living/Week AU$375
Application fee AU$250
Estimated Total/week AU$1,025

Main majors

  • English for Academic Preparation.
  • General English.
  • Group Study Tours.

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