Courses IELTS Bootcamp

Intensive Preparation Course for the IELTS Exam

IELTS Bootcamp


Students practise for all 4 papers of the IELTS examination, with teaching tailored to the students’ own strengths and weaknesses. This intensive course will immerse you in examination preparation and help you focus on your language goals.

Aims and objectives

Students will be equipped to deal confidently with the IELTS Examination, becoming familiar with the examination components.

Progression routes

IELTS results can lead to successful applications to University or pre-sessional University courses.

What’s included?
Pre-course placement
Certification of studied level
Course materials
Exam Certificate (if booked)

Example Timetable for IELTS Boot camp course (30 hours per week)

09:00 - 10:40Baseline assessmentWriting - part 1Reading gapped textsDescribing a processGiving your opinion - part 4 speaking
10:40 - 11:00Break
11:00 - 12:20Structuring an essayInterpreting dataUsing passives in Parts 1 and 2 writingPreparing your long turn in speakingWriting effective introductions
12:20 - 14:00Lunch
14:00 - 16:00Listening for detail - part 1Changing between tensesListening for opinions - part 1Listening part 3Writing memorable conclusions - part 1
16:00 - 16:20Break
16:20 - 17:20Listening for detail - part 2Reading: skimming and scanningListening for opinions - part 2Avoiding traps part 4Writing memorable conclusions - part 2

Course Dates

Start Dates

8 April (IELTS exam date: 20 April)
16 September (IELTS exam date: 28 September)
2 December (IELTS exam date: 14 December)

What is IELTS and Why Take it?

IELTS stands for the International English Language Testing System.

IELTS is particularly recommended for students intending to go on to further and higher education in English speaking countries.

IELTS is accepted by almost all British, Australian, Canadian and New Zealand colleges and universities. It is also increasingly recognised in North American academic institutions as well as many professional organisations such as the UK General Medical Council and the UK Ministry of Defence.

Grades are banded on a scale of 1 – 9 and the majority of universities are looking for at least 6 or 7 for entry to a degree programme. Foundation courses require a lower grade of at least 4.5.

Course Fees 2019:

Registration Fee: £65

Price per week
2 week course £452.5
1 hour = 60 minutes

Exam Entry Fees:

IELTS: £195