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This course is a B2 Upper Intermediate Level Course. It is recommended for students who have a very good level of English.

The course is divided into nine units:

  • Unit 1: Environment Matters
  • Unit 2: Past and Present
  • Unit 3: Who's got talent?
  • Unit 4: Travel and Adventure
  • Unit 5: Bookworms
  • Unit 6: Multicultural Matters
  • Unit 7: School Life & Courses
  • Unit 8: Connected
  • Unit 9: Shopping

This is a free view and only has ONE unit . The full course has 9 units with written assignments that are marked by your tutor.. At the end of the course, there is final B2 level assessment. All students receive a detailed language profile report with a recommendation for further courses.

By the end of the full course students:

  • Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her school related subjects or work environment.
  • Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. 
  • Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

The International General Certificate of Secondary Education

Cambridge IGCSE Physics (0625)

The International General Certificate of Secondary Education

Cambridge IGCSE Biology (0610)

The Information Communication Technology syllabus encourages learners to develop lifelong skills, which will be useful to them in their work across the curriculum and prepare them for future employment. They will develop an understanding of the implications of technology in society, including social, economic and ethical uses and awareness of the ways ICT can help in the home, learning and work environments.

The syllabus combines theoretical and practical studies focusing on the ability to use common software applications to solve problems, including word processors, spreadsheets, databases, interactive presentation software, web browsers, and website design. Learners analyze, design, implement, test and evaluate ICT systems, ensuring that they are fit for purpose.

Assessment of the practice tests is hardware and software independent. Any hardware platform, operating system, and applications packages can be used, providing that learners have the opportunity to demonstrate the full range of skills in the syllabus.

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