Aims and Objectives:
The MITC aims to:
1) Focus on active English Language learning,
through the use of “authentic” materials.
2) Develop individuals Basic English Vocabulary
and Grammatical Structures, to successfully communicate.
3) Develop literary and analytical skills,
enabling a smooth transition to higher levels of study.
4) Enable individuals to speak with confidence on topics
related to their business and work in general.
5) Provide individuals with the skills and techniques to speak and
write Standard English for specific work - related fields.
6) Provide qualified personnel in English, to deliver effective
programs to individuals.
7) To develop individual and corporate confidences in the English Language.
English for the past decade has grown into the primary language for
international communication. Companies and individuals today find that their primary
source of competitive advantage lies in the knowledge they possess.
The MITC will focus on developing a range of communicative language competencies
, in order for individuals to be able to perform their job-related tasks
efficiently. The Intensive English programme consists of English instruction at six
proficiency levels. The first four levels provide remedial work, instruction and practice
in Listening, Speaking, Writing, Reading, Academic Writing Essentials, Practice
and Presentation Skills. The last two levels will provide students with Dissertation,
Thesis and Essay Writing support.
Purpose of the Program:
Students will be assessed on the following:
1. Oral Presentations
2. Speaking activities, such as interview and role play
3. Reading Projects
4. Assignment Work
6. Multimedia Work
Flexible for Professional Staff/Employees/Individuals
. Level of Intensive English Courses: - 6 Levels
At each level of study, students will develop listening, speaking,
reading and writing skills. Students will have the opportunity to
study one or all the three levels. Students will be examined at
each level and will be provided with the appropriate
accreditation for each level/s, when they have met the criteria.