Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) Exam Preparation (CRICOS Course Code: 0100811)

The FCE exam is recognised around the world and validates learners’ language skills in an official manner

The FCE Exam Preparation Course is a comprehensive and rigorous program, designed for learners who wish to prove that they have skills to live and work independently in an English-speaking country or study courses taught in English. The program prepares students for the FCE exam by teaching them strategies and skills for all parts of the test in order to help them achieve the best possible results in the FCE exam.


Mode of study

Exam Dates for 2023 (to be confirmed)


Why choose this course?

Course Details

Course Length:

10 to 12 weeks (subject to visa). Public holidays and school closure periods are excluded, and it is recommended that you undertake at least 10 weeks preparation before sitting the exam

Course Intake dates for 2023

Monday 18 September 2023 (Official exam dates to be confirmed)

Course Intake dates for 2024

Monday 25 March 2024 | Monday 01 July 2024 | Monday 23 September 2024

Entry Requirements:

You will need an Intermediate (B1) level with certificate of completion provided, OR, placement test result higher than or equivalent to B1. Minimum 15 years old. Valid student visa, working holiday visa or tourist visa

Class Structure:

25 hours per week

CEFR Levels

B1 to B2

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Student - The Language Academy - FCE (First Certificate in English) Exam Preparation Course (CRICOS Course Code: 0100811)

Skills and Strategies

By the end of the course you will have acquired a number of skills which are necessary for succeeding in the FCE exam, such as:

  • Listening to or reading a text to find the main idea or for specific information
  • You will be able to identify structure within a text, work out the meaning of words and infer meaning from context
  • You will learn how to produce different types of writing, such as letters, reports, reviews and essays
  • You will be able to speak fluently using a wide range of vocabulary to express your ideas
  • You will do weekly mock tests to ensure you will receive a s much practice as possible and as early as possible
  • You will receive regular feedback from your teachers on how to improve your skills
  • Weekly writing tasks and progress tests will be conducted to revise the grammar and vocabulary you have encountered each week
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(Please note, only the Morning Timetable is available for Enrolment)

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