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Practise academic English, develop soft skills and build self confidence in a multicultural university environment.

​English for Teens

(from 12 to 17 years old)


​8 levels from ​Elementary to Proficiency

2 modules (A&B)/ 1 level 
60 hours/ module

2 - 3 project-based learning assessments/ 1 module

"Future Me" soft skills workshops

Program strength

Purposeful use of technology

Students' use of technology will be facilitated on the English for Teens course through interaction with online workbooks, and digital presentation and poster tools, such as Sway and Google Slides. Digital teaching tools, such as Quizlet and Kahoot are used by teachers in class to engage and motivate learners.

Developing thinking and academic skills for university

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In addition to developing their English skills, students will be introduced to valuable thinking and academic skills to prepare them for their future higher education:

  • Research and presentation skills.

  • Problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

  • Leadership and teamwork skills.

  • Academic integrity awareness and avoiding plagiarism.

Modern international university environment 


​Students can access:The University’s modern library with thousands of books on a wide range of disciplines. It also has many graded readers which are designed for language learners.

Project-based learning & assessment


Students will work together on projects during the course. They are assessed on the development process, and final product, presentation or performance. The final product may consist of student-produced videos, websites, posters and/or presentations.

"Future Me" soft skills workshops

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The "Future Me" workshops are designed for teens to develop necessary skills that will assist them to succeed in the future. The workshops are targeted at developing two important skill sets: Career planning & Life skills. The "Future Me" workshops are additional sessions to the 60 hours of the course. Therefore we can equip students with new skills without reducing the time available to focus on developing essential language skills. 

Ready for IELTS & international univesity

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The eight levels of the English for Teens Program are approximately equivalent to IELTS bands. Students' learning outcomes are guaranteed in the English for Teens Program when they finish Advanced, Advanced Plus and Proficiency levels. If their official IELTS test result does not meet the outcome band score of your course, they can repeat one course free of charge*, please read more in our brochure.

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For more details, please register your information to download our brochure or for further consultation

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School of English & University Pathways - RMIT University Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

702 Nguyen Van Linh Street,

Tan Phong Ward, District 7

(028) 3776 1338

Ha Noi

Handi Resco Building,

521 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh District

(024) 3724 5945

Da Nang

Floor 4, F.Home Building

16 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hai Chau District (0236) 3552 773

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