At Clever Academy, we understand that you have several questions about what we teach and offer at Clever Academy. Below are the frequently asked questions that we find useful for you.
If you are unable to find the information you need below, please kindly contact us for more details and further assistance.
I am having trouble of finding the suitable course(s) for me. What should I choose to study?
We would like to talk and discuss with you in details to understand your needs, and what you find difficult in studying English. During our conversation(s), you will be asked to conduct a placement test at one of our campuses, or online, if applicable. Based on your placement test results and your needs, we will be able to advise what you need to study, and how we can help you at Clever Academy.
Are your courses accredited?
Our test preparation courses are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET), a U.S. Department of Education nationally recognized agency. Our flagship ESL/ELA program in partnership with Arkansas State University is accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA), a U.S. Department of Education nationally recognized agency. Furthermore, all courses at Clever Academy are accredited by the Hanoi Department of Education and Training. Our quality are annually reviewed by these agencies.
Which courses offered at Clever Academy that can be converted to a recognized certificate?
We provide test preparation courses and diagnostic tests that you can take the exams of these courses later, including: IELTS, TOEFL, SAT, ACT, SSAT, GMAT, GRE.
Would I receive any course completion certificate after finishing my class at Clever Academy?
You will receive a course completion certificate, along with a Grade Report that shows what you have achieved after the course, your instructors’ feedback and review during your time with us.
How many students per class at Clever Academy?
A class at Clever Academy usually has from 8 to 15 students. Normally, our number of students per class will be limited to 12 to maximize the quality of each class.