Improve your English and practise your exam techniques to pass the Test Of English for International Communication (TOEIC) exam.
Our TOEIC preparation course combines 20 lessons of General English with two hours of private exam preparation. The one-to-one lessons means your teacher will plan the course with your particular needs in mind, providing you with plenty of practice papers and mock tests as well as training you in the strategies you need to achieve the best result you can.
1 - 48 weeks
20 General English, 2 Private Exam Preparation Lessons
You can check prices for all courses online or contact us for a personalised quote.
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Davide, BSC London student, Italy
"I think Oxford and BSC is a very comfortable and friendly place to study English because I feel very free to ask questions and feel comfortable to share my opinions with other students."
Yunzyne, BSC Oxford student, South Korea
"I like the teacher in my class. She explains everything very well and is always kind and helpful. As a result, I feel encouraged to ask questions if I don’t understand something.”
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Veronica, BSC York Student, Mexico
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and the Test of English for International Communications (TOEIC) both aim to measure the English ability of non-native speakers.
Similar to IELTS or the Cambridge exam, TOEFL and TOEIC can help you prove your English competency to a university or employer. TOEFL is usually chosen for students that want to apply for higher education, and TOEIC is popular for testing English for a general work environment.
The TOEFL and TOEIC tests are offered in many countries. However, it is not currently possible to sit the TOEIC test in the UK. To find out more or to book the tests, please visit: www.ets.org.