By the end of the course students should have the ability to:
- Independently prepare for an English language test. To plan out their test preparation schedule and employ methods learnt in the course to practice the English skill areas covered in AEAS Testing.
- Have confidence in their ability to communicate in English – even if they are required to communicate on a topic they are not familiar with.
- Have a realistic idea of how life in Australia will be. This covers expectations for learning in schools and home life in either boarding or homestay arrangements.
- Have a checklist of goals stating what they wish to achieve through their studies abroad, and a plan for how they will achieve this.
- Have better developed interpersonal skills which will allow them to successfully interact with their peers and teachers in Australia.