ELA are experts in educational travel providing programmes packed with activities and high quality teaching. Students from all over the world have benefited from our friendly and professional team’s enthusiasm and passion to make ELA courses life-long memories for students. All courses are organised to suit the needs of individual schools and learner outcomes are integrated with exciting language and cultural trips. This ensures students learn while discovering the wonderful heritage sites, breathtaking landscapes, people and culture of Scotland.
PON groups at ELA – Great learning experience, combining intensive English practice with fun-filled social activities!
The class is made up of 15 students. The schedule is divided as follows: General English 9-12:30, then Exam Practice 13:30-14:30. Exams taken are Trinity GESE OR Cambridge ESOL suite PET, FCE CAE, or IELTS Preparation. All the teachers are experienced and qualified, with experience in teaching the particular exam that has been chosen for the group. The students take a placement test before arrival, to allow the academic team to choose the best suited materials.
At ELA, we have provided many English courses for middle and high school students with all inclusive packages. Our strength is in organising bespoke packages to suit the needs of individual groups. We are now offering a wide range of programmes which include not only English lessons but also work placements to help young generation prepare for future jobs or make decisions on choosing the most rewarding careers.
In the modern world, developing professional skills is something that all learners must consider. With this in mind, ELA-Edinburgh has used its extensive experience of teaching Business and Professional English to develop our ‘English for the Work Place’ course. The syllabus can work as a standalone course or as support to our Work Experience programme.
List the fields of study that are of interest to you and come up with a list of courses you would consider studying based on these interests. Add the topics that you were most interested in during school as well as jobs that you envied others for.
The internet, newspapers, television and people around you are the best sources of information. Check online about the courses you are interested in and find out about the career prospects and the other info.
To avoid making mistakes, make sure you review the course outline of the course(s) you want to apply for. Have a look at the subjects you would like to undertake and the types of learning, assignments and examination tasks involved. This will enable you to form a rough idea of what lies ahead for you.