Cass Training International College provides a unique and life changing experience for students wanting to learn English.
The friendly atmosphere, qualified and enthusiastic teachers, cultural interaction, warm and caring staff and specially developed classes like Real English make CTIC the foremost English school in Sydney.
Available accommodation types:
The school plans and offers various activities.
The school is equipped with air-conditioning.
Airport transfer is available.
There is cafeteria available to students.
One whole level in a heritage building on Liverpool Street.
The school has a computer lab with 60 computers available to students.
Wi-Fi is available.
The school has its own library.
Materials are provided by the school.
Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Chile, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Russia, France, Poland, Spain, Japan, China, Thailand, South Korea, Mongolia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia
Total of 300 students:
After successful completion of their courses, Cass Training International College (CTIC) students can apply to Australian Universities to further their studies.
I had a really good teacher who was good, instructive, strict and dedicated. This was the best thing about this school.
50% of students were Brazilians which wasn’t good at all for us to learn. It was like we were in Brazil studying English.
Flexible, very good located and excellent teachers.
Nationality mix is not very good.
Very good facilities.
They don’t know how to choose your english level.
The school offers great structure to its students. The practice of English is in use all the time at the school, creating greater incentive. Education programs like exclusive weeks of interaction between students from all courses and levels allow people to improve even more and learn a bit about each culture from the mix of nationalities that the school has. The choice of school made together with West1 was fundamental in my decision and I can guarantee that it was very worthwhile. I remember all the good times I spent at school. I had all the support imaginable and I was warmly welcomed by both students and teachers and can say that a sense of family was created in Australia. These are things that will be difficult to forget. I have only good memories and respect for the school and for the support from my agency provided while I have been in Australia.
I don’t have anything bad to say in regards to the school, only good things.
I like the support of the student service. The location is great, being near the subway and bus stop. I had three teachers in total and two of them were excellent.
I found the material not to be very instructive. The school infrastructure is not good.
Material is really good
Infrastructure is bad