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OSAN Institute of Business and Technology aims for excellence in the English education of its students. This is achieved in a supportive and caring environment through the use of experienced staff and dedicated teachers. We fulfill our obligation to you, our students by:

Intermediate  Upper-Intermediate  Advanced

The English for General Purposes course focuses on everyday functional English and facilitates learner understanding of the language, communication and conventions used in an English-speaking country.

If you want to be a fluent speaker of English in the future, you need to make it happen.

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  • CRICOS CODE 094895
  • MINIMUM ENROLLMENT :         2 weeks
  • COURSE DURATION:                   2-80 weeks
  • COURSE HOURS:                         20 hours per week
  • LEVELS:                                          5 levels  (Beginner to Advanced)
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:             None

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Beginner

The course is based on survival-type English which a beginner student needs to learn to communicate following arrival in an English speaking country. The choice of a theme for each week is prescriptive. Different themes may be incorporated into the week at the discretion of the class teacher(s). Students who progress at a slower rate than expected can take advantage of the rotation system and repeat part or all of the course.

Elementary

The Elementary course takes students who have completed the Beginners course successfully or who have had sufficient exposure to English to enable them to be classified at Elementary level. The choice of a theme for each week is prescribed. Teachers may incorporate complementary themes into the program to provide a broader range of grammatical structures and situational language. Students who progress at a slower rate than expected can take advantage of the rotational system and repeat part or all of the course.

Pre-Intermediate

The Pre-Intermediate course takes students who have completed the Elementary course successfully or who have had sufficient exposure to English to enable them to be classified at Pre-Intermediate level. The choice of a theme for each week is prescribed. Teachers may incorporate complementary themes into the program to provide a wider range of grammatical structures and situational language. Students who progress at a slower rate than expected can take advantage of the rotational system and repeat part or all of the course.

Intermediate

The Intermediate course takes students who have completed at least a Pre-intermediate course or, on completion of a placement test, demonstrate at least a Pre-intermediate proficiency level. The choice of a theme for each week is prescribed. Teachers may incorporate complementary themes into the program to extend the student’s knowledge and use of grammatical structures, writing genres, text types and situational language. Students who progress at a slower rate than expected can take advantage of the rotational system and repeat part or all of the course.

Upper-Intermediate

Students who have completed the Intermediate course successfully may progress to this course level. The weekly theme is chosen from a list of 24 themes, each with a week’s worth of prescribed structures and functions designed to build progressively to a high level of language proficiency. Themes may also last for less than or more than a week depending on the progress being made in the classroom.

Advanced

The Advanced course takes students who have completed the Upper Intermediate course successfully (or who have had sufficient exposure to English to enable them to be classified Advanced level). The weekly theme is chosen from a list of 24 themes, each with a week’s worth of structures and functions prescribed. Themes may also last for less than or more than a week depending on the progress being made in the classroom.

General English

Our General Intensive English course is recommended as the first step in language learning. For those just starting out with English, General Intensive English provides you a solid platform in grammar and social and functional communication. General Intensive English allows you to improve your communication skills for everyday situations. You learn new vocabulary, idioms and Australian culture. All of this takes place in a fun learning environment.

Why Study the General Intensive English Course in with OSAN?

  •  Individual tutorials available throughout the school week.
  •  Great nationality mix (OSAN is proud of our great blend of students giving a multi-cultural sense)
  •  Flexible timetable (Morning, Afternoon, Evening classes & Weekend Classes)
  •  Starts every Monday
  •  Progress test every 6 weeks

· For individuals who wish to improve all-round English language skills at their own pace and flexibility

· For individuals who aspire to travel and work overseas using English skills

· To gain strong foundations through English language development and the skills one need for further academic study

· To enhance professional opportunities within their career and bring in advancement in their current scenario

· Motivating lessons with experienced teachers

· A team of closely selected teachers, using the same high-standard criteria used in the renowned OSAN’s training programs, with a range of experience in Australia and overseas

· Individual attention provided with regular academic counselling sessions

· A two-way communicative approach to English teaching

· A focus on real English with engaging activities

· A great mix of students from all over the world

· Periodic testing and assessment carried out

· Relatively small headcount groups formed for detailed attention

· Free of charge flexibility offered to students for shifting of sessions from morning to evening and vice versa.

· International House certificate offered to students upon successful completion of course.

· Rapid progress in everyday English

· Fluency and command over language

· Pronunciation

· Vocabulary & grammar

· Listening, reading & writing skills

· Undertake an English level test on the first day of class.

· Students seeking admission should have completed year 12 or equivalent Australian qualifications in their country.

· 18 years or above at the time of enrolment · See Department of Immigration and Border Protection website: www.border.gov.au for more details on assessment level requirements for your country.

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