General Englishstart datesevery MondayCertificate of English2-52 weeks2+About the courseIntensive 28 and 24: in-depth study means you can make more progress, develop your language skills and add variety to your course. Intensive 24 is available only in Australia and New Zealand.Standard 20: this programme offers a structured English course and enables you to improve in all areas while you explore your study location, join excursions and practise your English. This course is not available to student visa holders in Australia.Key facts-development in all areas of your English: speaking, listening, reading and writing-entrance test-course materials and online supplementary course work included-weekly progress tests-progress reports every six weeks-exit tests-this is not a VET certifying award in AustraliaOur most popular course suits every level of learner. Improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in every class. Choose the Intensive 28 for maximum teacher contact time.USA Boston Downtown, Boston Merrimack, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, Seattle/Tacoma (summer only), San Francisco UK Brighton, Cambridge, Hastings, London, OxfordAUS Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Surfers Paradise, SydneyNZ Auckland CAN Vancouver15The Certifi cate of English is useful for everything in your daily life. My knowledge, writing, reading, and listening skills increase day by day, and I believe this will help me get a good job back home.Yasar Ozturk from TurkeyYour lessons Intensive 28Morning and afternoon:- 20x50 minute lessons- 8x50 minute elective lessons Intensive 24Morning and afternoon:- 20x50 minute lessons- 4x50 minute elective lessons Standard 20Morning and/or afternoon according to school timetable: -20x50 minute lessonsTwo to four lessons per week of your Certificate course will be undertaken in different formats, including guided lessons with Study Smart, lectures and project work, which have all been designed to improve your learning.Learning technologies-interactive whiteboards in all classrooms using exclusive digital materials-wifi -enabled classrooms for easy access to real world English and the internet-Study Smart, our online resource for 24/7 access to course materials, homework, course assignments and progress testsWith the 2011 RBS 6 Nations getting underway this February - we look ahead to England's games.Last year's game between these two sides was a special occasion, as England celebrated 100 years of playing at Twickenham and Martin Johnson's men triumphed 30-17. This year, however, they are playing in Cardiff - a venue England haven't won at since 2003.Wales v England Millennium StadiumFriday 4th February 7.45pmMan to Watch: Jamie RobertsDID YOU KNOW...As the opening game of this year's tournament, England's clash with Wales will be the first time they have ever played a Six Nations game on a Friday night.
six NATIONSItaly joined the tournament in 2000 to make the tournament the Six Nations, but they have never managed to beat England. Last year's game in Rome was a close call though, with England winning 17-12.England v ItalyTwickenhamSaturday 12th February 2.30pmDID YOU KNOW...England posted their highest ever score in this tournament when they beat the Italians by 80-23 in 2000. England v France Twickenham Saturday 26th February 5pmFrance pipped England in the final game of last year's Championship to win the Grand Slam. However, England have won three of the last four games against France - plus, this year they'll have their fans to cheer them on at Twickenham!DID YOU KNOW...Delon Armitage could have played for the French, as he spent six years of his childhood living in Southern France. Thankfully, he chose to play for England!Man to Watch: Sebastian ChabalMan to Watch: Sergio Parisse