Our English language programs are skills-based so you can really focus on what you need most to increase your language proficiency. ELICOS classes deliver new and relevant topics each week that focus on valuable and practical communication skills for a range of situations. You will study with people from different countries while learning at a steady pace. You will be level tested on your first day and put in a level appropriate class. You are assessed in the four macro skills, speaking, listening, reading and writing each week of the course. On completion of the course, you will receive an academic report of assessment results and a graduation certificate.
We have exciting excursions and incursions which are a great way to practise English outside the classroom; you can also come to free weekly Work English classes that provide additional speaking opportunities practicing functional language for work in a fun environment.
Our ‘English Only’ policy ensures that wherever you come from, you will make friends and connect with students from many different countries and cultures here at Ozford.
From our ELICOS you have the opportunity of direct entry into Ozford Institute of Higher Education degrees, Ozford VET, other TAFE and VET in Victoria and interstate (subject to meeting the entry requirements of the institutions).
For more details please click course title.
|General English (CRICOS CODE: 048142A)||10 to 40 Weeks|
|English for Secondary School Preparation (ESSP) (CRICOS CODE: 048143M)||10 to 40 Weeks|
|English for Academic Purposes (EAP) (CRICOS CODE: 060426K)||24 Weeks|
|IELTS Test Preparation (CRICOS CODE: 050470M)||10 Weeks|
|English for TESOL Preparation (CRICOS Code 063589M)|| 12 weeks
|Business English*||5 to 10 Weeks|
|English for Young Learners*||Minimum 2 Weeks|
*Please note: Continuation of the Business English and English for Young Learners classes are subject to student numbers. The Business English and English for Young Learners are not a CRICOS registered program. Not available to student visa holders as their principal course.