• Professionals
  • Oxford, England

Prepare for the GMAT exam

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Academic Experience

Key Points

Students train to gain experience and acquire the skills necessary to achieve their desired score in the GMAT exam- teachers push students to achieve to the maximum of their potential, and set milestones and goals for each student, with constant evaluation.  This sets the pace for each learner to surpass their academic expectations and achieve more than they thought possible.

Students sit rehearsal tests under exam conditions. These are repeated as required to build confidence and familiarity with the exam.

Individual coaching allows the course to be tailored to meet learner's precise needs, which provides students with the security of the knowledge that they are as prepared as possible for their exam, and with confidence and familiarity in the exam format.

All students who successfully complete this course are eligible for a Course Certificate. Completion consists of submitting the final course assignment.

Homework tasks are set daily to allow learners to reflect on and consolidate what they have learned in the day, as well as prepare for the next day.


Objectives of the study

Objective of the stay

To make the student familiar with the exam and to give the student the confidence and skills required to achieve the maximum possible score in the test.


The Tutorial: GMAT preparation

The tutor coaches the learner in the content of the exam and guides them with strategies for understanding and navigating the test questions. Assignments are set for homework and during lesson time there is repeated work on essay writing, vocabulary, comprehension and speaking practice.

  • Course Content
    Module 1 - Analytical Writing

    Exercises to test the ability to think critically and communicate ideas

    • Analysis of a factual text
    • Summarise the key points of a talk or text
    • Lead a discussion group on a topical issue


    Module 2 -  Integrated Reasoning

    Tasks to measure the ability to analyse and measure data

    • Understanding data in various formats (graphs, spreadsheets, financial reports)
    • Using data from various sources to present a summary or overview (either verbal or in writing)


    Module 3 -  Quantitative Reasoning

    Tasks to measure the ability to analyse data and draw conclusions using reasoning skills

    • Analysis of data in various formats (graphs, spreadsheets, financial reports)
    • Present a plan of action based on the data including explanations and reasoning


    Module 4 - Verbal Reasoning

    Tasks to measure understanding of written material

    • Write a summary of an unfamiliar text
    • Study a long document and create a short summary of it


    Module 5 - Presentation Techniques

    Practice in verbal presentation of information and data to replicate academic interviews or professional situations which require the ability to report with clarity and with focus on relevant data

Attentes prévues

Expected Outcomes

By the end of this course, the student is expected to be able to:

  • Take notes on a piece of listening.
  • Summarise and paraphrase an unfamiliar passage of text.
  • Plan, structure and write a report or essay of 500 words.
  • Report verbally and in writing the data/information shown in diagrams and graphs.
  • Speak in an interview situation for 5 minutes.
Hébergement sur place


Half-board homestay

Staying in a homestay gives participants the chance to be fully immersed into the local culture of the destination, whilst also being able to practise the language in a relaxed and natural setting. Many homestays have been welcoming our students into their homes for many years, offering their hospitality and expanding our students cultural horizons. Homestay arrivals are on the Sunday before the course begins, and departures are on the Saturday after the course ends.



Excluding accommodation

Should students wish not to stay in homestays and find alternative accommodation, the school is happy to offer recommendations on request.

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The Experience of Living in Oxford

For almost a millennium Oxford has been a hub of learning and academia. 

A small university city, Oxford is easily navigable and students are quickly able to settle in and feel comfortable. The city has a bustling centre, with numerous shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as opportunities to explore the rich history and culture through museums, galleries and theatres. The centre of the city is also close to several parks and open spaces, allowing students to spend time outdoors and enjoying nature. 



Cultural Programme

Oxford is a hub of history, culture and academia, and the school exposes its students to the best of the city. With over 1000 years of recorded history there is a wealth of culture for students to discover as part of the school’s cultural programme, including world-class museums and galleries, being inspired by the colleges of the university and exploring the historic streets. Students are also able to experience unique local activities such as punting, alongside trips to historic pubs and theatre and cinema trips. The school also organises walking tours to familiarise students with the city and give them a deep understanding of its rich history.

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Price Includes

The price includes tuition, half-board accommodation in a homestay, a cultural programme and all course materials.