English Course in Australia
Top choices for your English Language Course in Australia!
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Amongst our variety of choices, you will find a number of destinations and offers dedicated to adults from 18+ and also for those who are over 30. Be sure to keep an eye out for destinations that include ’30+’ or head straight to the section here: ENGLISH 30+ >>>
Treat yourself a fully immersed English Course in Australia and experience a once in a lifetime opportunity!
- Beautiful destinations
- Classes divided by starting level
- Flexible duration
- Courses start every Monday, year round
How does an English Course in Australia work?
Firstly, English Courses can be held in Group or One to One format (private lessons – one student and one teacher), or you may also opt for a mix of both: Group + One to One – which students find extremely effective.
Group English Courses in Australia are held in groups of approximately 10 international students, with classes being in the mornings and/or afternoons, between Monday to Friday.
The offers are aimed at both adults 18+ and over 30 (ideal for adults who are over age 30, 40 and over 50).
Let’s take a look at the English Courses available:
- General and Intensive English – The ideal English Courses to improve all skills and practice in groups of international students.
- English for Work – One of the most frequently selected English Courses chosen by students who need to practice for typical workplace situations.
- English In The City – The ideal English Course combining structured linguistic practice with an in-depth exploration of cultural aspects of the chosen destination.
- Exam Preparation Courses (IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE) – Tailor-made for those who want to achieve the best possible results in their certification tests.
- One-to-One Lessons – Designed for students with specific and targeted needs.
In which Australian cities are English Courses held?
Although Australia offers a huge choice of cities for language students, most will consider the obvious larger ones. Use our top menu to see which ones are available for the upcoming year.
When can I start my English Course?
You can choose to start your English Course in Australia every Monday, all year round and for a duration of your choosing – from 1 week to over 48 weeks.
Will it be the right choice for me?
The experiences we propose are aimed at motivated adults who are willing to invest spending a period of time abroad in order to improve their language skills. The English Courses are aimed at those who find that complete immersion in a language is the only way to truly learn.
Why choose an English Course with Full-Immersion?
We are extremely passionate about our work, we work independently and pay attention to detail. Our service is completely FREE and caters to each students’ personal needs and requirements. We are among the few agencies that dedicated time and energy developing a section that is EXCLUSIVELY dedicated to adults over 30, and we are proud of it! Visit our social media pages to see reviews and opinions on our service!
How long is the English Course in Australia?
A full-immersion experience becomes more effective if the English Course is approximately 3 to 4 weeks. On average, one can advance an entire language level in about 7 to 8 weeks – circa 2 months. If your goal is to move from a Pre-Intermediate Level to an Upper-Intermediate Level, you should plan for an Intensive English Group Course for about 14-16 weeks, or 9-10 weeks of One to One Course.
How much does an English Course cost in Australia?
Prices for English Courses in Australia vary according to the chosen destination. The main factor is the cost of accommodation, which can be supplied by the school, or sourced independently. If you already have where to stay, then the English Course would work out to be relatively cheap. However, if you want to get a better idea, then visit the prices page to get an instant quote in a matter of seconds!
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