Selwyn Community Education is based at Selwyn College, Kohimarama, Auckland.
An intensive weekend IELTS preparation course to help you prepare for your IELTS test. You will learn strategies and test conditions across all four disciplines - speaking, reading, listening and writing. Ideal for those who are unable to do a week day course or an 8 week evening course.
2020 courses run:
28 - 29 March 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM daily
22-23 August 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM daily
14 - 15 November 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM daily
Entry level: For students with intermediate to advanced level English.
This course will give you clear, straightforward tuition in how to maximise your score in IELT for either the General or Academic test. By the end of the course you will have gained the confidence and skills to succeed in IELTS.
As a part of your course fee you will receive a copy of the recognised course book IELTS Testbuilder 2 which will be used in the course.
The course runs 9.30am - 3.30pm on both Saturday and Sunday. We will take breaks so we encourage you to bring a packed lunch and a water bottle. By the end of the course, you will receive a very clear idea of your IELTS band score.
For NZ Citizens and residents, the course fee is $95 including photocopying and course book ($40 tuition plus $55 book). This course fee is subsidised by the Tertiary Education Commission and you must agree to attend both days tuition. The subsidy will apply automatically when you enrol online. If you are new to our English school, please email us evidence of your NZ Citizenship, NZ Permanent Resident Visa or NZ Resident Visa.
For other students the course fee is $185 including photocopying and course book ($130 tuition and $55 course book).
The fees above include the standard text book. An optional, but recommended text book is Check Your English Vocabulary for IELTS ($30 from the office).
Limited spaces are available on courses. Please contact the office to enrol.
Our Mission: To provide quality adult and life long learning opportunities which empower individuals in their personal lives and as members of society.