Cambridge Exam Preparation - C2 Proficiency

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Five days per week of full-time study.

Small class sizes of maximum 6 per class.

Courses commence each Monday of the year.

The course price includes homestay accommodation with single room and half-board.


Course Content

In their lessons, students develop and improve their ability to:


Reading and Use of English

  • understand texts from publications such as fiction and non-fiction books, journals, newspapers and magazines
  • show precise control of grammar and vocabulary
  • use idioms, collocations, fixed phrases, complementation, phrasal verbs
  • understand word formation, in particular the use of affixation, internal
  • changes and compounding in word formation
  • understand detail, specific meaning, opinion, attitude, tone, purpose, main idea, gist
  • from context, implication, text organisation features, exemplification, reference
  • understand cohesion, coherence, text structure and global meaning


  • write an opinion essay summarising and evaluating the key ideas contained in two texts
  • understand the format of an article, informal letter, formal letter, report, review and write these genres of text persuasively


  • understand the meaning of a range of spoken material, including conversations, lectures, seminars, broadcasts and talks
  • navigate a variety of genres of listening texts including monologues, interacting speakers, interviews, discussions, conversations, radio plays, talks, speeches, lectures, commentaries, documentaries, instructions
  • listen for gist, detail, function, purpose, topic, speaker, feeling, attitude, opinion, reference, agreement, disagreement
  • interpret information in different contexts with speed and accuracy 


  • develop spoken interaction skills and social language
  • interpret and comment on visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task
  • exchange ideas, express and justify opinions, agree and/or disagree, suggest, speculate, evaluate, reach a decision through negotiation
  • provide information about themselves
  • engage in a discussion and work towards a negotiated outcome of a set task
  • develop and sustain discourse
  • engage in discussion of a variety of topics

Included in the course

    • Course lessons
    • Use of course materials
    • Use of school facilities, including tea and coffee
    • End of course certificate