In the morning, you participate in the General English 20 Course (Monday to Friday). Alternatively, you can also participate in the General English 16 Course (Monday to Thursday). In the afternoons, you then have exclusively TOEFL exam preparation (Monday to Thursday).
TOEFL, The Test of English as a Foreign Language, is accepted by US universities and many English academic and professional institutions.
The four-hour computer-based test consists of four sections that measure the four main language skills. The TOEFL test includes tasks which require integrating multiple skills, and all tasks focus on language used in an academic, higher-education environment. The speaking test is digitally recorded and not face-to-face.
TOEFL is only offered as an afternoon option in conjunction with General English in the morning.
The exam is run once a month in Cape Town. We recommend registering far in advance as the number of places is limited. Register online on http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/register/
An Upper Intermediate level or above is required for these courses. To find out which level is the most suitable for you, complete the online Placement Test.