A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.
Albania education system of is divided into four stages with university education being the highest level. This higher education has enabled all the native and international students to choose careers depending on their preferences and abilities. Institutions offering higher education in the Albanian society ensures that there is a skylight of information for all students interested in the country’s history, tradition, culture and current affairs
Tourists usually find Tirana an interesting and charming city, with a lively night life. English is rapidly gaining steam as the second language in Tirana with the youth but many older residents also speak Italian.
The goal of the Intensive English Language Program (IELP) is to prepare students to read, write, speak and listen to English in order to succeed in their university cours
Pursuing your studies at Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT) requires a high level of English language skills as well as critical and analytical abilities. While CIT adheres to open access policies, an assessment test for freshmen at entry level helps specify a student’s level of English. Students who fail to meet the required level of English to attend a full academic program are classified into three Intensive English Programs, precisely Intensive English Program (IELP) I (A2/Pre-Intermediate Level), Intensive English Program (IELP) II (B1/Intermediate Level), and Intensive English Program (IELP) III (B2/Upper-Intermediate (Level).
The goal of the Intensive English Language Program (IELP) is to prepare students to read, write, speak and listen to English in order to succeed in their university courses. During the program, students familiarize themselves with academic and language activities normally encountered in university level studies. Activities include viewing and discussing sample lectures, listening and note-taking, academic writing, reading of academic texts, critical thinking, participating in discussions and seminars as well as improving library and research skills....