English Courses Should Be Fun
Our General English courses are designed to improve all of your English skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening), but most importantly for you to enjoy it!
As the largest Cambridge English teacher training centre in the world, we hire only the highest qualified, native English teachers so their lessons make learning English fast and fun; if you enjoy yourself while learning, it stops being work.
Since all of our teachers are from English speaking countries, from the moment you enter the classroom you will be in a 100% English environment. Your classmates will be from around the world so not only will you improve your English, but you’ll be introduced to many different cultures.
Intensive or Part-time, Groups or Private
Intensive English Courses
These courses are either 15 or 25 hours per week, Monday to Friday. These classes have students from all around the world which creates a multicultural and exciting classroom environment. You will not only learn English, but also about about the different cultures around the world from your classmates. These classes start at 6,300 baht for a week or 5,700 baht per week if signing up for 2 weeks or more.
Part-Time English Group Courses
These courses meet once per week, normally on the weekend. These classes are either 1.5 or 2 hours per week and 30 hours in total. These courses are normally for long term students who wish to better their English over years and have a lot of time to make a commitment, but only study for a short time each week.
The first step to joining this program is to take a free placement test and interview.
General English & Special English Part-Time Group Class Prices
Course & Level General English Special English
30 hour Course 12,000 Thai baht 13,500 Thai baht
90 hour Level (3 courses = 1 level) 33,000 Thai baht 36,000 Thai baht
|Course & Level||General English||Special English|
|30 hour Course||12,000 Thai baht||13,500 Thai baht|
|90 hour Level (3 courses = 1 level)||33,000 Thai baht||36,000 Thai baht|
Private 1:1 or Closed Group Courses
These can focus on general English, business English, exam preparation (IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, Cambridge Assessment English Exams – Young Learners, Key and Preliminary, First, Advanced and Proficiency, etc), and more. This is usually the most effective option for students as the teacher has only you to focus on and will customize the course to fit your needs, strengths and weaknesses. The schedule is also flexible and can be designed around your availability. Offered both face to face and online.
Private classes can be 10, 20, 40 hours or more.
What will you learn at each level?
This is the start of your journey. Learn basic English, including numbers, the alphabet and essential vocabulary. Very soon you will be able to:
- Find specific information on leaflets and timetables.
- Understand and make simple sentences.
- Introduce yourself and speak about yourself, your family and where you are from.
- Speak about your day-to-day life, your plans for the future and things that you did in the past.
At the end of the course you will be able to ask for information, go shopping, go to a restaurant and write simple emails – all in English!
If you have studied English for a year or so, this could be the right course for you! After finishing this course you will be able to:
- Talk about where you live, and compare it to other places.
- Describe your daily life, occupation or studies, and your interests and hobbies.
- Give opinions and speculate about the world around you.
- Understand and give instructions to describe how something is done.
At the end of this course you will have everything under control when you plan your next trip to London or New York, or when an English-speaking friend comes to visit you!
If you pass the Pre-Intermediate course, it means you will:
- Be able to express yourself on familiar topics such as family, hobbies and jobs.
- Have enough vocabulary to communicate in everyday familiar situations.
- Be able to initiate and maintain a simple face-to-face conversation on the topics that interest you, such as hobbies or jobs.
- Understand texts which contain everyday or job-related language and write simple texts on familiar topics.
- Understand the main points of simple “standard” speech on familiar matters.
Not quite enough to apply for the job of your dreams in an English speaking country yet, but you’re getting there.
After you’ve finished your Intermediate course you will:
- Have sufficient knowledge of the language to describe common situations, and will be able to present the main points of an idea and describe events in a simple manner.
- Be able to understand general texts which express ideas in a straightforward way and write personal letters which describe events, desires and feelings.
- Have the ability to formulate long pieces of continuous writing with details and factual information or a description of simple events.
- Be able to understand longer stretches of speech and more complex messages in a familiar context.
You are not fluent yet, but you will be able to talk to strangers in exotic places!
If you successfully complete the Upper Intermediate course, you will:
- Have a sufficient knowledge of the language to describe people, places and processes, express opinions and develop arguments using both basic structures and some complex forms.
- Have a wide range of vocabulary for general topics and your job.
- Be able to contribute to group discussions and maintain a conversation with native speakers.
- Understand reports and articles about contemporary issues.
- Be able to present an argument or information in writing following standard layout conventions.
- Understand longer stretches of speech and the main points of discussions which are clearly expressed.
You are now at the point where you start amazing yourself with the amount of English you can understand – and express.
At this level you are able to confidently express yourself in English. At the end of the course you will:
- Be able to understand virtually all conversations as well as many television programmes and films.
- Understand most complex factual and literary texts as well as texts on fields that you are not familiar with.
- Be able to communicate effectively in different situations as well as use a wide range of vocabulary.
- Be able to write clear and well-structured texts in an appropriate style.
You are well on your way to be able to consider getting an office job in an English speaking country!