Now that you have a better idea of how we operate, we are sure you would like to know just what courses we have on offer. We have taken the liberty of compiling an in-depth list of each course we have and we provided some descriptions of the courses to help you better understand them. .
This exam is used to measure a non-native English speaker’s proficiency and many institutions refuse to accept students who don’t present their TOEFL exam results. Students can also choose to sit for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) which employs a similar structure.
Our primary school level English course mainly caters for children who are either currently studying or planning to study at any primary school here in Malaysia or those who are simply visiting with their parents and wish to advance their skills further before returning to their home country.
In the modern corporate world, English is the number one language that is spoken by business people, employees and entrepreneurs from all across the globe. It is the language that connects global industries and possessing strong skills in it is sure to be an asset for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Cambridge English exams are written by over 1.7 million people in over 130 countries every year which makes them the most important exams in the world. Many higher education institutions require students to pass their Cambridge English exams to prove that they have a basic understanding of the language.
IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System and it required by many English-speaking institutions to get an idea of how proficient future students or employees are in English. Many institutions will allow you to take the IELTS or the TOEFL and usually only require results from either one in order to accept you.
For students looking to take the MUET, we recommend choosing this course to help build key skills in reading, listening, writing and speaking. Upon graduation, students should be able to tackle higher education environments and meet the standards set by the National Education Philosophy.
The most widely spoken language amongst Austronesians is Bahasa Melayu which is sometimes referred to as Malay and is even considered an official language in Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei and of course, Malaysia. Over 260 million speak Malay and some regions such as West Kalimantan, Borneo have gone as far as recognizing it as a Native language.
Over recent years, Mandarin has grown significantly in popularity and more people are looking to become fluent in Mandarin. If you are one of those people then this course is the right fit for you. Our teachers focus on teaching students basic grammar, conversational Mandarin as well as key colloquial terms that many locals use
“Le langage de l’amour!” You would be hard pressed to find a country that does not admire the smoothness of the French language. It is just one of those languages that rolls of you tongue and sounds beautiful no matter what you are saying. Diplomacy, food, fashion…those are just a few of the words associated with French
If you wish to get a closer look at the Malaysian culture and experience how locals live, then we recommend taking one of our study tours. Once a student informs us of the particular course they wish to pursue along with any other requirements they have, ILC will facilitate a customized tour to give them the best experience possible. On to of that,....
This course is for students looking to study in Malaysia or other international destinations, this course is perfect for you. Our Academic English course is designed to cater to each student’s needs and ensure that they are well-equipped to tackle both the Malaysia and international educational systems