A. T. I. Intensive
MASA A.T.I. Intensive is a unique program which provides students with the tools for success in national and international English exams: AMIR, TOEFL and IELTS.
The study program includes three main components:
1. Practicing language skills through topics which appear in all the exams
2. Exam practice - learning strategies for maximizing exam results
3. Full mock exams – feedback, error analysis and suggestions for improvement
Students from around the world are welcome to share an enjoyable international learning experience with English as the language of communication and instruction.
Applicants to the program must have at least an Upper Intermediate (B2) level in English.
For more information:
- Main Subject: Graduate Academic Studies, Undergraduate Academic Studies
- Intensive English
- 4 Months
- Oranim Academic College of Education
- Program appears on grant application as:
- A. T. I. Intensive
- $ 5300
- Program Contact Information:
- Gabi Farberov
- (p):972 4 983 8952
- Program Dates:
- June 29,2017 - October 29,2017
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