There are many colleges throughout Adelaide and South Australia that teach English. Most offer English classes for beginners right through to more specialised classes for academic or business communication . Some colleges also run social activities clubs or work experience to complement their courses, and this allows you to practice your English in a social setting. The universities have English language centres on campus, so you to choose a course leading to further study, if required.
Sstudents and children coming to Adelaide and South Australia, will discover that learning English is essential for both school and their future opportunities. English as a Second Language (ESL) is provided in all primary schools, high schools and Intensive English Centres such as the Adelaide Secondary School of English for newly arrived students.
Students, 12 years and over, with a pre-intermediate level of English, who wish to accelerate their language skills, can take an Intensive English Course. The Intensive English Centres (IEC) are located in Flinders University and the University of South Australia.
Children wishing to continue to learn their native language are also able to find language classes covering many different languages, taught privately or at colleges and universities.
LANGUAGE SCHOOLS IN ADELAIDE:
Excellence in Education & Training www.culturalimmersion.com.au
ELS English Language Services http://els.sa.edu.au/
ESL Tutoring Services www.esltutoringservices.com
Eynesbury College www.eynesbury.sa.edu.au
SACE Australia www.collegeofenglish.com.au
The University of Adelaide www.adelaide.edu.au/elc
University of South Australia www.unisa.edu.au/celusa
Australia English Institute www.australiaenglish.com
Browns English Language School www.brownsels.com.au
Embassy CES www.embassyces.com
ESL Tutoring Services www.elstutoringservices.com
Griffith English Language Institute www144.griffith.edu.au
Holmes Institute www.holmes.edu.au