How can I move up to the next English level?

A percentage score is given for each skill based on the assessment. You can move up when you score at least 75% or higher in each skill. You may still be promoted to the next level, if you score less than 75% in one area, but are strong in other areas. These tests are given […]

What kind of afternoon options does WWSE offer?

Conversation, Pronunciation, New Zealand Studies, Writing Skills, Business English, CV writing and Job Interview Skill, Activities Programme, Private Lesson – One-to-One Tuition. *These options are subject to demand and may require minimum class numbers to run.

What kind of general courses does WWSE offer?

Course content: A communicative course in General English, covering Grammar and Vocabulary development, the skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing. Course start dates: You may begin your course on any Monday (except public holidays). Number of levels: 8 levels, from Beginner to Advanced (CEFR A1-C2). Course length: Choose any length of course from 2 […]

What course does WWSE offer?

Part-Time Morning Course: 13.5 hours/week, 9.00 am – 12.00 pm Monday to Friday Part-Time Afternoon Course: 6.5 hours /week 12.40 pm –2:30 pm Monday to Thursday Full-Time Intensive Course: full-time 20 hours/week, 9.00am – 2.30 pm Monday to Thursday, Friday until 12.00 pm. IELTS, Cambridge (FCE, CAE, CPE), Business English are available. We also offer […]