About our IELTS Courses

We deliver IELTS courses for both group courses and private courses.
You will study all 4 skills to prepare for the exam. In our IELTS courses (Group), you will study each skill (reading, writing, listening & speaking), for 1 week before moving on to the next.

You can also book the official IELTS test through Speak Institute.

All our IELTS teachers are qualified native speakers with a minimum of 5 years experience teaching English as a foreign language and all have IELTS exam preparation experience.

Private IELTS Courses Available

Cost of IELTS Courses - Group

35 hour Group Course

Sunday to Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm /
General and Academic IELTS training

AED2,550Fees include registration, material, & 5% VAT

 Subject to availability. Students must be an intermediate level or above to join an IELTS course.

About the IELTS exam

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an internationally recognised qualification. Students who want to apply for universities in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand will need to take the IELTS. It is also widely used by governments as a language proficiency guide when issuing work visas and is accepted by various professional organisations. The IELTS is also an excellent qualification to have if you are applying for jobs in English speaking companies.

Our IELTS course is available in both group and private courses to ensure all students receive the training they need. By joining an IELTS course with Speak Language Institute, our experienced IELTS teachers will help you pass the exam successfully.


  • Introduce students to and familiarise them with the format and content of IELTS. 


  • Equip students with effective skills and strategies needed to undertake the IELTS test with confidence. 


  • Provide material for practice in all areas of the test. 


  • Administer practice tests with individual feedback.


Reading: skimming and scanning for general or specific
information (e.g. data/statistics, facts); processing information from
academic and authentic sources (magazines, journals and the
internet), logical organisation of information.

Writing: (task one) interpreting and comparing data; describing
tables, objects, graphs, and processes; (task two) stating and
developing arguments/opinions; problem-solving; presenting
information logically, coherently and cohesively; paragraph
mapping—introduction, body of ideas and conclusion; sequencers
and signaling devices; proof–reading/editing work as part of drafts.

Listening: extracting information from texts of varying lengths
e.g. university lectures, radio interviews, radio documentaries,
conversations; learning what information to look for and what to

Speaking: providing information in a formal interview context;
giving an extended talk on a given topic; taking part in a formal
discussion; giving a formal presentation/report.

Grammar: language required for describing graphs and diagrams
including comparatives and superlatives, the passive voice.
Vocabulary Topics: develop vocabulary connected with the most
common IELTS topics, such as the Environment, Science and
Technology, Health, Energy, Education, Transport, The Arts, Media,
and Urbanisation.

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