Studying at Elizabeth Institute is your first step to your success in English language proficiency. English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS) are designed to improve your English language proficiency and communication skills. We can help you in your journey to success in Australia. Elizabeth Institute’s English Language program has highly experienced specialised teachers, resources, facilities and a well-developed support system to help you achieve the English language proficiency that you dream of.
Why study with Elizabeth Institute?
Our courses aim to:
We ensure you are correctly matched to the appropriate English Proficiency Level and receive all the necessary skills needed for a smooth transition into other certificate and diploma courses at the Elizabeth Institute or other Institutions.
CRICOS COURSE CODE: 0100031
|$ 300.00 (non – refundable)
|$ 700.00 (subject to variation)
|Course Tuition Fee
|$ 9,000.00 maximum course fee ($300 per week x 30 weeks)
|Total course fee payable
Initial deposit required at the time of enrolment: $1000 (enrolment fee + material fee)
Course tuition fee is collected on a quarterly basis in advance (after the commencement of the course).
Please note that our payment terms and conditions including our refund policy can be read in our International Student Prospectus document. Our Letter of Offer document will also include all the important and essential information that you need to know before you make your final decision to enrol in any of our courses. We strongly advise our potential students to read carefully and understand it before they sign the Letter of Offer document.
*These are the current fees for 2022 and may be subject to change over the duration of a course without notice.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Education Agents
Visit www.elizabeth.edu.au and download our International Student Prospectus which contains important information about our Institute, our courses and our enrolment form. Information contained in the prospectus must be read and understood by each student prior to their enrolment.