English for exams - TOEFL Intensive

International House New York
International House New York

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Method:In a classroom
Duration:1 Week

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Course program

At International House New York, we offer exam preparation courses for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the Cambridge ESOL First Certificate in English (FCE), and the Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE).

You may need to take an International Exam to apply to an American or foreign university or you may want official recognition of your level of English to improve your job prospects. If this is the case, our Exam Preparation Classes are perfect for you! Each of our exam packages, except the one-to-one and the TOEFL Extensive, offers 18 Teaching Hours of direct contact time with a qualified instructor (a Teaching Hour is 50 minutes in length).

The TOEFL Exam is a requirement for non-native English speakers who want to apply to study at the university level in the United States and Canada, primarily. The TOEFL is also accepted by many universities outside of North America. The minimum score requirement for admission into university programs varies depending on the university and the department of study.

We offer four lessons a day of Intensive TOEFL exam preparation. Language and skills activities are combined with exam taking practice and insightful test taking tips. The course covers all the sections of the exam to ensure you're fully prepared when you take the test to get the score you need.

Course location

International House New York

International House (IH) is one of the largest groups of language schools in the world, and has been teaching English and 25 modern languages worldwide since 1953. The International House World Organization (IHWO) is a network of language schools worldwide that are committed to implementing high standards of quality and innovation in education and training.

International House was founded in 1953 with the aim of providing an innovative approach for learning English and other langauges. The founders, John and Brita Haycraft, were themselves teachers who sought to promote international understanding through language learning and teacher training. Haycraft introduced the first training program for teachers of English as a Foreign Language (EFL), which blended teaching theory and practice. This course, developed at International House, was the forerunner of the Cambridge ESOL Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA).

The International House World Organization is today made up of 150 schools in over 50 countries worldwide. Although these are independent schools, they all share the same philosophy and teaching approach. The aims of International House remain essentially the same as in Haycraft's day, with a dedication to promoting international understanding through education, provide great environments to learn English and take foreign-language classes and the raising of teacher-training standards worldwide.

International House New York is proud to be part of the IH World Organization.

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