Educational & Industry Standard Benchmarks: International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
The broad aims of the program are for learners to:
• function competently in a wide variety of English situations – professional, social, and academic;
• identify and utilize the skills and strategies required for effective language learning;
• develop competence in the four language skills essential to effective communication: speaking, listening, reading and writing;
• be able to cope with the language demands of their main area of study after completing the program
1. English Programme
Students gradually develop their ability, from simply understanding and responding to following main ideas and picking out important details in such texts. They should be able to convey their main ideas clearly and grammatically in writing and speaking tasks and will develop a grasp of new vocabulary words that will enable them to perform writing and speaking tasks suited to specific purposes and their respective majors. Students should be able to communicate with some confidence on matters related to their interests and professional field, and listeners should be able to understand information about business or design topics, identifying both general messages and some specific details in oral discourse.