Can you join evening and weekend classes for working medics?

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Can you join evening and weekend classes for working medics?

By Lidia

Would evening and weekend classes suit you?

Some of our medics work 5 days a week and still wish to prepare for the IELTS exam… We take our hats off to you and we’ll assist you by offering you:

  • Personalised tuition tailored around your strengths and weaknesses, delivered by specialist IELTS tutors and examiners
  • An open and friendly environment  in which we encourage like-minded medical professionals to build their network and lasting friendships.
  • Flexibility around class days and times

We believe it is important that you have the opportunity to study alongside your work and family responsibilities.

For this reason, we would like to invite to come over our academy and join our medical professionals taking evening or weekend classes.

Tell me about the schedule…

The weekend classes start at 11.00 am and finish at 14:00 pm, leaving you with plenty of time to revise and practice the skills learned during classes. A nutritious lunch is usually provided… but sometimes we provide scrumptious Chinese food, so that our medics relax and enjoy the day.

What will I learn?

The weekend classes follow a similar structure to our weekday classes. Put simply, you may be having two advanced academic writing classes and one advanced speaking class across the session.

Should you wish to work on specific skills e.g. reading; let our tutors know in advance and they shall tailor the classes accordingly. Our goal is to enable you turn your weaknesses into strengths.

Register for our weekend classes…

The only one thing standing between you and your chosen medical career is the Academic IELTS exam.

We are here to help you build the right language skills and guide you whilst navigating through change. Our goal is to enable you to resume your meaningful work and advance your career.

Upskill with us… Call 02036376722.

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