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Melbourne Polytechnic offers the English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at all levels from beginner to advanced (English for Academic Purposes). Studies concentrate on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Enrol with us and learn practical English for work, study and everyday situations and get off to a great start in your career and life!
Study while you learn English
You will be assessed at commencement of the course and placed in a class appropriate to your needs. Once enrolled you will quickly learn practical English for work, study and everyday situations.
To enrol, please apply directly to Melbourne Polytechnic's International Office.
New enrolments are taken every 5 weeks.
2017 Course Dates
2018 Course Dates
General English and English for Further Study Purposes
English Language Bridging Program
AdvancedI speak fluently and understand well. I still make many small mistakes but others understand most of the time. I will be comfortable learning in Australian Higher EducationC1
Upper IntermediateI speak, write and understand well but still make mistakes and others can't understand me sometimes. I will be comfortable learning in Australian Further EducationB2
IntermediateI can speak, write and understand reasonably well and can use basic tenses but have problems with more complex grammar and vocabularyB1Pre-intermediateI can communicate simply and understand in familiar situations but only with some difficultyA2ElementaryI can say, write and understand a few things in EnglishA1/2BeginnerI do not speak or write any English yet
*CEF - The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Contact Melbourne Polytechnic to find course entry requirements.
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