TOEIC

For better employment / career prospects - Strengthen your English skills and prepare for the TOEIC Listening and Reading test or the TOEIC Speaking and Writing test with ESE.

 

TOEIC - Test of English for International Communication

ESE prepares you for the TOEIC test. The TOEIC ® test is recognised worldwide and measures and certifies your level of English in an international business environment. The TOEIC ® tests are widely accepted as an English proficiency test for recruitment purposes and by universities for admission or graduation purposes. These tests come in two forms – the Listening and Reading Test (2 hours) and the Speaking and Writing Test (1 hour and 20 mins).

 

Course Fast Facts  
Entry level:B1 or B2 (depending on number of weeks studying) 
Minimum age:17 years 
Length of course:Minimum 4 weeks (B2 level required on entry)
Minimum 6 weeks (B1 level required on entry)
 
Start date:Every Monday 
Lessons/week:30 (22.5 hours) 
Class size:Maximum 12 

 

At ESE, your teacher will prepare you for both the Listening & Reading test and the Speaking & Writing test. You will be given lots of opportunities to improve all your skills and learn the required exam techniques to get the score you require.

 The TOEIC® Listening and Reading Test

The TOEIC® Listening and Reading test is commonly used to determine whether a person can communicate effectively with co-workers and clients in an international context.

  • Listening skills are important for face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations between colleagues and with customers.
  • Reading skills are necessary for email, reports, newsletters and other forms of everyday workplace correspondences.

The TOEIC ® Speaking and Writing test

The TOEIC ® Speaking and Writing tests certification offers an international standard for measuring and determining language skills of non-native speakers in daily life and the global workplace. The tests use common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect real-world tasks.

  • Speaking skills are important for effective presentations, face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, teleconferencing and telephone conversations between colleagues and with customers.
  • Writing skills are necessary for clear, persuasive emails and other types of business correspondence.