I don't remember why I chose ICLT, but now I understand that it was the right decision. You study in cozy classrooms, the teachers are enthusiastic and they really love their work.

—Paruyr Mkrtchyan
OMVL Armenia, CEO

ICLT is definitely a great place to learn English. People are friendly and happy to help you. I still use the things I learnt at ICLT quite often.

—Hayk Saribekyan
Studying Computer Science and Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Software engineering intern at Google

In a very short period of time ICLT helped me transform my general English skills to a level of applying, passing the standardized tests, interviewing, and getting accepted to one of the most competitive universities in the world.

—Armen Vardanyan
Studying mathematics and computer science in the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, US

ICLT is one of a kind center, aimed at developing students' knowledge. Here every student feels special and enjoys learning.

—Tatevik Hakobyan
Actuarial Consultant at Azenes GmbH, Zürich, Switzerland

"ICLT starts the journey of redefining the life by your own terms! Learn English, connect with the globe, pursue your dreams!"

—Anzhelika Sargsyan
Software Engineer at Twitter, New York City

Why Cambridge English?

Cambridge English for Students

Ever wondered what’s the difference between attending an English course and an English certified course. Here is the answer:

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Attend General English lessons with ICLT and get Cambridge English international certificate.

As Cambridge English exam preparation center, ICLT is incorporating international certificates into its courses. This means that every student attending our courses is entitled to take the exam and certify their knowledge internationally.

Four reasons why you should choose Cambridge English:

  1. it develops real-life English skills
  2. it is accepted for work, immigration and study globally
  3. it is International and is available worldwide
  4. it is secure, reliable and fair


Exams available are:

KET – Key English Test

PET – Preliminary English Test

FCE – First Certificate in English

CAE – Cambridge English: Advanced

CPE – Cambridge English: Proficiency


Request more information: 093 509 329 / [email protected]



Cambridge CELTA


Start Date – July 01
End Date – July 26
Schedule – Mon-Fri (09:00-17:00)
Mode – Face to face
Registration Deadline – June 01, 2019
Total Course Fee – 1150 EUR

*NOTE: The course fee does not include a non-refundable interview fee (30 EUR). Payment deadline: June 14, 2019.


Start Date – August 05
End Date – August 30
Schedule – Mon-Fri (09:00-17:00)
Mode – Face to face
Registration Deadline – July 05, 2019
Total Course Fee – 1150 EUR

*NOTE: The course fee does not include a non-refundable interview fee (30 EUR) Payment deadline: July 19, 2019.

ENTRY Requirements:

There is no formal academic entry requirement. As stated by Cambridge English, candidates should be aged 18 or over and have an awareness of language and a competence in English, both written and spoken, that enables them to undertake the course and teach at a range of levels.


The teaching profession necessitates that individuals comply with a code of conduct designed to maintain a positive, professional working environment. At ESOLARM during CELTA course participants are expected to assume a range of professional behaviors and responsibilities as part of their training. These behaviors and responsibilities form part of the CELTA assessment criteria. It is very important for participants to demonstrate that they can handle these responsibilities in an effort to meet the main standards

While doing CELTA at ESOLARM the trainees are expected to assume the below-mentioned responsibilities: to be punctual and not to be absent from the classes;

* to take joint responsibility for their own learning and to monitor their own progress
* in the teaching and learning environment with some access to course tutors for support
* to complete six hours’ supervised teaching practice at two different levels
* to complete six hours’ classroom observation of experienced teachers, three hours of which may be of filmed lessons
* to complete four written assignments
* to submit assignments in accordance with the center’s submission deadlines and polices
* to work supportively and collaboratively with colleagues and course tutors
* to maintain a Candidate Portfolio throughout the course
* to submit an up-to-date completed Candidate Portfolio when required, e.g. immediately prior to the external assessor’s visit
* to respect the property and facilities of ESOLARM, including the Learning Centre and computing resources, and respect the rights of others to use these facilities and resources;
*to participate actively in and contribute constructively to input sessions and teaching practice feedback

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