If you have no special requirements, then selecting General is right for you. Remember, however, that junior courses are normally general, and also that you may take an Executive or One-to-One course in general English if you wish.
Executive courses are normally more expensive, in small groups, or one-to-one, or a combination of the two. They usually offer more expensive accommodation arrangements as well, and are typically short, catering for business people with clear objectives and not much time.
Course Structure / Examinations
If you are interested in taking an Examination in English, you should choose Examination as a course type and then see which examinations courses are offered – Cambridge exams, TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS etc. We offer examinations as a part of their General English programme and some as part of an Academic Purposes course so these may be looked at as well.
There are many other Specialist course types, the most common being a Business English course.