Education Services

Oli and Associates represents a large number of Australian Universities and Educational institutes in almost all the major cities of Australia. Our educational partners offer a wide range of courses including accounting, IT, Nursing, Engineering, Medical science, Business and Teaching. We are also Australian visa specialists.

Since its inception in 2002, we have successfully placed thousands of international students in Australian education Institutions.

Hundreds of our graduates have subsequently taken up professional positions related to their studies. Our educational service includes counselling students to ensure that they make the best study choices for their future careers. We also offer expert advice on which city and educational institution is the most appropriate for each individual student. Once this has been done we guide students through the academic and visa application processes and provide them with information and advice about living and studying in Australia. Following their arrival in Australia we provide our students with ongoing support during their course of study.

Since 2002 Oli and Associates has achieved the highest level of respect from both our students and educational partners by always acting with integrity, honesty and professionalism in all our activities.

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IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication. IELTS is jointly managed by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL), British Council and IDP: IELTS Australia. IELTS conforms to the highest international standards of language assessment. It covers the four language skills - listening, reading, writing and speaking. IELTS is recognized by universities and employers in many countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the USA. It is also recognized by professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies. IELTS is not recommended for candidates under the age of 16
  1. IELTS is universally recognised by organisations, educational institutions, employers, professional associations and government bodies as a secure, reliable and valid indicator of the ability to communicate in English.
  2. IELTS is the world's proven English language test.
  3. ELTS is a truly global test which reflects and respects international diversity.
  4. IELTS can be trusted to provide security in test delivery, test administration and test results.
  5. IELTS is one of the most frequently available tests, administered up to 4 times a month.
  6. IELTS is available worldwide, in over 300 locations in 150 countries.
  7. IELTS is one of the fastest growing English language tests in the world, with over 700,000 people taking it every year.
  8. IELTS is used for membership and admission purposes by more than 4,000 organisations across 120 countries
Over 1,100 US universities and professional bodies accept lELTS scores as proof of English language skills. More than 700,000 people a year are now using IELTS to open doors throughout the English-speaking world and beyond.
  1. IELTS is recognized by nearly 1,100 US higher educational institutions. These include: a. 7 out of 8 Ivy League Schools b. Majority of schools ranked as 'Top Schools' €c. Majority of the top 25 institutions hosting foreign students (US News and World Reports, America's Best Colleges 2007)
  2. IELTS is recognized by 20 leading US Professional Organisations and Accrediting Bodies.
  3. The IELTS Face-to-face Speaking Module is preferred by many institutions in the US and worldwide as it reflects the real world context in which a candidate would most likely need to use their spoken English.
  4. The Global Recognition System on www.ielts.org makes it quick and easy to find out which organisations will recognise IELTS scores.
  5. IELTS scores can also be downloaded by institutions/organisations you have applied for through e-Downloads service.
  • Spacious and well-equipped class rooms & fully computerized lab
  • Qualified, well-trained and experienced instructors with proven teaching techniques
  • Plenty of complementary study cum practice materials with ultra-modern self-access lab and library facilities
  • Frequent pre-IELTS tests and mock tests, incorporating test- oriented strategies
  • New classes every week on modular basis in three shifts-morning, afternoon and evening
  • 30-credit hour regular course package for 6 weeks for regular test-takers
  • Various professional IELTS course packages available as per the candidate€™s individual needs
  • Odd-hour crash-course IELTS packages available on special request
  • Intensive Pre-IELTS English Language package available for those individuals who need to strengthen their English skills required for IELTS
  • Spacious and well-equipped class rooms & fully computerized lab
  • Qualified, well-trained and experienced instructors with proven teaching techniques
  • Plenty of complementary study cum practice materials with ultra-modern self-access lab and library facilities
  • Frequent pre-IELTS tests and mock tests, incorporating test- oriented strategies
  • New classes every week on modular basis in three shifts-morning, afternoon and evening
  • 30-credit hour regular course package for 6 weeks for regular test-takers
  • Various professional IELTS course packages available as per the candidate€™s individual needs
  • Odd-hour crash-course IELTS packages available on special request
  • Intensive Pre-IELTS English Language package available for those individuals who need to strengthen their English skills required for IELTS
IELTS is available in two formats - Academic and General Training. The Academic Module assesses whether a candidate is ready to study or train in the medium of English at an undergraduate or postgraduate level. Admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses should be based on the results of these modules. The General Training Module emphasizes basic survival skills in a broad social and educational context. General Training is suitable for candidates who are going to English speaking countries to complete their secondary education, to undertake work experience or training programmes not at degree level, or for immigration purposes to Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The General Training modules are not offered at all test administrations. If in doubt about which module to take, contact the organization to which you are applying for their requirements.
Each candidate takes four IELTS test modules, one in each of the four skills, Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking

Reading
Time: 60 minutes

There are 40 questions, based on three reading passages with a total of 2,000 to 2,750 words. Both the Academic Reading and General-Training Reading Modules have the same format. All answers must be entered on an Answer Sheet during the 60-minute test. No extra time is allowed for transferring answers.

Academic Reading
Time: 60 minutes

There are three reading passages with tasks. Texts are taken from books, magazines, journals and newspapers, all written for a non-specialist audience. At least one of the texts contains a detailed argument.

General Training Reading
Time: 60 minutes

The texts are based on the type of material candidates would be expected to encounter on a daily basis in an English speaking country. The test includes one longer text, which is descriptive rather than argumentative.

Speaking
Time: approximately 11-14 minutes

The texts are based on the type of material candidates would be expected to encounter on a daily basis in an English speaking country. The test includes one longer text, which is descriptive rather than argumentative.

Writing
Time: 60 minutes

There are two tasks to complete. It is suggested that about 20 minutes is spent on Task 1 which requires candidates to write at least 150 words. Task 2 requires at least 250 words and should take about 40 minutes. Answers must be given on the Answer Sheet and must be written in full. Notes or bullet points in whole or in part are not acceptable as answers. Candidates should note that scripts under the required minimum word limit will be penalized.

Academic Reading
Time: 60 minutes

Candidates are asked to write a description of at least 150 words. This is based on material found in a chart, table, graph or diagram and should demonstrate their ability to present information and to summarize the main features of the input. For the second task, candidates write a short essay of at least 250 words in response to a statement or question. They are expected to demonstrate an ability to present a position, construct an argument and discuss abstract issues.

General Training Reading
Time: 60 minutes

In Task 1 candidates are asked to respond to a given problem with a letter requesting information or explaining a situation.
In Task 2, candidates are presented with a point of view or argument or problem. Candidates need to demonstrate their ability to respond appropriately in terms of content, vocabulary and the organisation of ideas.

Listening
Time: approximately 30 minutes

Candidates listen to a number of recorded texts, which increase in difficulty as the test progresses. These include a mixture of monologues and conversations and feature a variety of English accents and dialects. The recording is heard only once, but candidates are given time to read the questions and write down their answers. The Listening Module takes around 30 minutes. There are 40 questions In four sections. During the test, time is given for candidates to read the questions and write down and then check their answers. Answers are written on the Question Paper as candidates listen. When the recording ends, ten minutes are allowed for candidates to transfer their answers to an Answer Sheet.

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