Course Overview

Lessons per week

6 or 10

Lesson length

45 minutes

Course Duration

Min. 8 weeks / 10-13 weeks recommended


Monday – Friday, 13.00 – 14.30*

Minimum Age


Minimum Entry Level

Intermediate (B1)

Class Size

Min. 6

Suitable For

those who would like to prove their proficiency in the English Language

What you will study

Our FCE Exam Preparation Course gives learners the insight of how to deal confidently with different types of text, such as fiction, newspapers and magazines, test their use of English with tasks that show how well they can control their grammar and vocabulary.

Course participants will produce different pieces of writing, such as letters, reports, reviews and essays, follow and understand a range of spoken materials, such as news programmes, presentations and everyday conversations and also learn how to communicate effectively in face to face situations.

The Exam Preparation Course consists of 20 General English group lessons in the morning to improve on all the main language aspects such as listening, speaking, reading and writing skills before focusing on the exam structure in the afternoon.

The minimum course recommended duration to achieve the required band is 8 weeks, however, while deciding on the course duration, the current level of a student has to be taken into account.

How you will learn

Throughout our FCE Exam Preparation Course, tutors will guide and assist learners in every possible way to ensure that they achieve their maximum potential, and increase the chances of a pass.

They will help course participants with the following skills which include but not limited to reading, essay writing, listening and getting used to the diversity of accents that learners will have to listen to during the exam.

There will be a particular focus on conversation as well as a series of mock tests which make the course participants familiar with the exam structure.

Learners can sit for the exam in Malta or in their own country. Applications to sit for these exams are handled separately from the English Language courses and passed on to the Examination Centres.

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