The main aim of the English Preparatory School is to enable students gain competence in the target language and prepare them for education in English-medium departments. To this end, appropriate classroom environments have been established so that modern language teaching methods and techniques can be used, and face-to-face instruction and communication can be realized. The language education that takes place in these classes is further supported by technology laboratories. These laboratories, which are equipped with tools to improve listening, reading, and writing skills and to create an interactive atmosphere, are designed in a way that ensures each student is provided with a computer. In these laboratories, students not only use the interactive programs prepared by pioneering institutions, but they can also access any kind of information from these institutions via their websites.
English courses at the English Preparatory School aim to help enlarge vocabulary, create syntactically accurate sentences, organize discourse by merging sentences together appropriately, and develop target language communication skills.
In the English Preparatory School, target language instruction is planned carefully and the course levels are determined according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).