Living in Adelaide
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Adelaide is one of the most affordable capital cities in Australia. Recent research shows that it costs 18% more to live in Sydney, 17% more to live in Melbourne, 6% more to live in Perth and Brisbane.
Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, is a sophisticated and cosmopolitan city with a population of 1.2 million people. Adelaide is a welcoming city with a pleasant, Mediterranean-style climate. The warm, dry summers and cool winters, and the friendly people contribute to Adelaide’s pleasant and informal lifestyle.
Adelaide is regarded as the food and wine capital of Australia. Over 50% of Australia’s wine is produced here. Adelaide is full of restaurants providing food from all over the world. Asian cuisine is especially popular with locals and visitors alike. Fresh fruit and vegetables and local gourmet foodstuffs are available from the famous Central Market and the nearby China Town sells ingredients and cooking utensils from many Asian countries.Adelaide is also known as the Festival City.
Each year it hosts a wide range of arts, music, cultural and sporting events which attract visitors from all over the world.Adelaide is also known as the Festival City. Each year it hosts a wide range of arts, music, cultural and sporting events which attract visitors from all over the world.Adelaide is also known as the Festival City. Each year it hosts a wide range of arts, music, cultural and sporting events which attract visitors from all over the world.
PROGRAMS & COURSES:
Academic English (AE)
This program is for students who are planning to study at an Australian education institution or those who want a more academic focus to their studies. The higher levels of AE are designed for students who need to meet the English language admission requirement of University of South Australia, SAIBT, University College london (UCL) or Le Cordon Bleu.
Students applying for these institutions will not need to take the IELTS or other English language test if they successfully complete the AE programs at an appropriate level. Students will study for between 10 and 40 weeks, depending on their English level when they begin and the equivalent IELTS they require for their further studies.
AE develops the skills necessary for academic study, such as listening to lectures and note-taking, planning and writing essays and reports, and taking part in group discussions and spoken presentations.
CELUSA will also offer IELTS preparation courses for students planning to take the IELTS test. These courses will cover test-taking strategies and preparation at a range of levels.