From which countries do most of the students come?
Eurocentres draws its students from many different parts of the world. The most students come from Germany, Angola, Switzerland, Korea, China, Brazil and Japan. Other countries include Argentina, Gabon, Cameroon, Saudi Arabia, Poland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Reunion, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Hungary, Chile, Bolivia and more.
The average age of students currently attending Eurocentres is between 23 and 38 years. Everyone from age 17 to age 70 will enjoy and learn from Eurocentres courses!
Yes! Eurocentres study fees include a course book and a course folder. Although all first material is free of charge, students must buy their new course books when they change from one level to the next.
An official Eurocentres certificate and full progress report will be given to you when you leave Eurocentres.
All teachers at Eurocentres have a university degree or teacher’s diploma. They also have aTEFL qualification or the Cambridge/ Trinity CELTA (Certificate in English Language Training for Adults) qualification. In addition, the teachers also undergo a Eurocentres in-service Teachers Training Programme.
Some teachers also have a teachers’ diploma to instruct young learners.
Your first day will begin at 8:30 am. You will be given a written and oral test to determine your level of English, so that you may be placed in an appropriate class.
Can I take the Cambridge First Certificate Examination at Eurocentres after I have done the preparation course?
The TOEFL,IELTS and Cambridge tests are administered externally, but they can be written in the city. TOEFL tests take place at the American Centre and the Cambridge tests are administered at the British Council.