||World English Intro
||This course focuses on basic language user's communication skills, introduces common everyday expressions relevant to basic communicative needs. At the end, students are expected to read and understand short texts on familiar topics, students are expected to ask and answer questions about personal information, understand short explanation and instruction, and interact in basic ways with cooperative English speakers and express their basic needs to others using very basic phrases.
||World English 1 (A+B)
||This course focuses on the development of all language skills. They also aim at improving students' proficiency to communicate immediate needs. By the end of level four, students are expected to understand longer sentences and common expressions, and participate in simple exchanges of information on familiar topics and personal interests.
||World English 2 (A+B)
||Levels five and six attempt to develop students into fairly independent users of English. Students should be able to understand the basic ideas of written and spoken English on familiar topics, produce connected sentences to communicate information, describe events and plans, express opinions, and provide simple explanation.
||Pre-Intermediate Levels (5-6)
||World English 3 (A+B)
||These two courses develop students into independent and fairly fluent users of English. At the end of level eight, students are expected to understand the main ideas of complex texts, explain ideas and viewpoints, produce clear and detailed writing, participate in discussion on various topics, and interact spontaneously and fluently with English speakers.
||Intermediate Levels (7-8)
||World English 4 (A+B)
||Levels nine and ten attempt to develop students' competence and confidence in all four language skills. At the end of level ten, students are expected to understand explicit and implicit meaning of complex texts, use English for different purposes (social, academic, and professional), interact with ease and spontaneity with both native and non-native English speakers, and produce well-structured texts on various topics with good use of organization patterns.\
||Upper-Intermediate Levels (9-10)
||Complete IELTS band 5-6.5 (A+B)
||The final two courses develop the student into a fairly proficient user of the language. Students will be introducing to the procedures of international exams like IELTS. At the end of this course, students are expected to understand almost everything heard or read in English, adequately summarize information from different sources, deliver coherent presentations, express themselves fluently and accurately, and adjust to the demand of different communicative situations.
||Advanced Levels (11&12)