UPI renews partnership with IELTS Online
UPI has renewed its partnership with IELTS Online, a leading IELTS preparation course offered 100% online.
As part of our Online Multi-Pathway Program, students can access the IELTS Online course anytime, anywhere as they prepare to apply to universities abroad.
Established in 2005 IELTS Online has helped over 20,000 students in more than 140 countries.
The "IELTS Master Course" is broken up into four easy-to-use, step-by-step modules including reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Each module comprises 20-25 hours of online study time (a total of 100 hours study time).
The course is comprised of the following features:
- Practice tests in all 4 modules (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking)
- Detailed advice and model answers for all activities
- More than 300 activities in more than 1500 web pages of content
- Voice recording tools
- More than 5 hours of audio recordings
- Test tips and study strategies in all modules
- Recording tools to practise speaking
The partnership with IELTS Online is part of our commitment to help students meet the minimum English requirements to enrol with some of the world's best universities.
Our goal is to help students fulfill their education dreams. For many, this means travelling and studying abroad at leading universities that require a minimum level of English proficiency.
University Pathways International (UPI) is a leading provider of online study programs, giving students a direct pathway to study at some of the world's top universities.
Delivering university level learning outcomes, UPI offers cost-effective programs that deliver the benefit of choice in study destinations, universities and degree programs.
Our online study programs include government accredited and globally recognized qualifications that can be used for entry to universities in Australia, United States, Canada and United Kingdom.
With representatives all over the world, we provide students with an academic experience that will best prepare them to progress to university and successfully adapt to the academic system of their chosen study destination.