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Program Design

 
FES offers an intensive English Language and study skills program to enable students to cope with the demands of the undergraduate and graduate studies. The intensive English language courses at FES is designed to help students achieve B1 Level of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) proficiency in English language. The program has three levels of instruction, correlated with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), and focuses on developing students’ language skills in general through an integrated skill curriculum, which fosters active and independent learning. Each level consists of a total of 244 hours (One Semester) face-to-face English language instruction. It is also essential for the students to allocate one hour for online activites, two hours for self-study and two hours for assignments and homework each week. The class sizes vary between 35-40 stuents.
 
FES English language program ranges from A1 to B1 English Language proficiency levels correlated with the CEFRL scale. FES students are placed into three English language levels as A1/A2 (Breakthrough Waysstage), A2 (Waysstage), and B1 (threshold) in line with their placement exam scores. The length of each course is one semester. The students must complete each level successfully in order to be able to proceed to the next level. At the end of B1 level, students have to pass an English proficiency test in order to proceed to Faculty.