IELTS Life Skills UKVI A2 (Express Review) 36 total course hours divided into three parts. 6 Months Access 5 (60 minutes) One-on-one sessions Completed in one month (Part 1)


This course is for individuals who believe their language proficiency meets their requirements but desire a brief yet effective refresher. Platform Access 6 months access 



IELTS Life Skills UKVI A2 Level

For Family or Spouse Visas

Test Location: UK.

Overview: Enhance your English communication and more with Monse-Heart Institute’s UKVI Life Skills course. This A2-level offering does more than prepping you for the UK visa; it sets you on a path of lifelong learning and confidence. Dive deep into practical English applications, cultural insights, and a journey that broadens your perspectives.

What To Expect:

  • Practical English Proficiency: Customized lessons ensure you’re ready for day-to-day communication.
  • Language Mastery: Benefit from an enriched vocabulary, polished grammar, and the ability to engage in mature conversations.
  • Listening Skills: Understand diverse English contexts with enhanced listening abilities.
  • Expression Training: Learn to voice your thoughts, discuss experiences, and tackle daily scenarios.
  • Real-life Replication: Engage in role-plays and simulations that mimic genuine English interactions.
  • Cultural Insights: Immerse yourself in the nuances of British culture, traditions, and societal norms.

Digital Learning Experience: Our advanced Learning Management System offers a seamless and engaging journey. Access resources anytime, monitor your growth, and identify key areas to focus on.

The United Kingdom Visa and Immigration (UKVI) application process requires candidates to submit the IELTS UKVI results to maintain or extend the visa. The IELTS (UKVI) test demonstrates the candidate’s ability to speak and listen. Candidates are assessed on how well they obtain or convey information, communicate, and engage in discussion.

After two and a half years in the UK, *non-EEA national partners and parents on the family route must pass a speaking and listening test at the A2 level to qualify for further leave or to remain on the five-year partner or parent route settlement. *Non-EEA (People from outside the European Union and European (EEA).