Inforum Education Australia was established in July 2007 by Directors and owners, Simon and Jun Craft. The school commenced operations with one class and has now grown to 9 classes and 110 students, teaching General English, IELTS Exam Preparation, Advanced Master Class in Exam Preparation and Cambridge FCE Exam Preparation courses.
We don’t have a library. However, we offer a variety of books and dvds for students to borrow and we are located 1 block away from southport library.
Homestay and Student Residence located 10min walk from school
We are located at 4th floor
125 students class available only in the morning
We are 5 minutes walk from supermarkets (coles and woolies), bank, post office, Australia Fair Shopping Center, Broadwater Parklands, beach
Atention with the student.
The location in Southport.
I liked my english classes at Inforum a lot because they provide an excellent environment for study as well as external activities for encouraging interaction with the other students. It was an amazing experience and I really recommend to everybody to study there.
I didn’t notice anything bad when I had classes there. No negative points for me.
Good environment, staffs and teachers very nice, good extra activities.
They’ve been increasing a lot since November, but they weren’t prepared to do this so fast. They hired some unprepared teachers and located some students in another building without structure to have class (this problem now was solved). I stayed there almost 1 month and I hated it. During this period, they changed a lot our timetable, so we lost contact with a lot of students. Before these changes, everybody had the same timetable, so everybody had lunch at the same time which was good to know all, make new friends and practice our English.
A family atmosphere between students, teachers, staff and dogs.The concern and attention to students were fantastic and all that pass by the school, will never forget the moments there.
At first I found difficulty in understanding English, since most of the students were Asian. And they have a different pronunciation of certain letters of Brazilians. So over time I was adjusting.