IELI is committed to providing superior English language education and service to improve students’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills and to prepare them for entry into a Torrens undergraduate or postgraduate courses.

IELI is committed to helping international students improve their English skills to facilitate a smooth transition into Torrens’ University undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

The Intensive English Language Institute (IELI) has exclusively collaborated with Torrens University Australia to offer English for Academic Purposes for international students in Adelaide who wish to go on to study face-to-face courses at Torrens University Australia.

There are 8 levels of English offered ranging from beginners to university proficiency. Students are placed separately by skill area (reading and writing, listening, and speaking), so each class is at the right level. For example, a student might be placed in Level 3 for Reading and Writing Skills, but be in Level 2 for Listening and Level 4 for Speaking.

Students placed into the advanced classes study academic skills such as referencing, organising information, and presenting and completing group projects to prepare them for success in their Torrens University course.

Teachers at IELI are from Australia, the United States, Canada, South Africa and Singapore. They are experienced in teaching and supporting students from Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. All classes are capped at 15 so students have the ability to collaborate and work in teams which helps to improve communication in English.

Conveniently located in Adelaide’s CBD and a 5 minutes walk from the Torrens University Wakefield Street campus, IELI students have full access to facilities and can experience campus life.


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* IELI is the trading name for Community for Global Communication, Inc (Provider Code: 02916F), a not-for-profit association with more than 20 years of experience preparing students to enter into university programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.