What courses can I do after this?
Students are able to progress from Entry level (E1) English through to Level 2.
Students are also able to progress to main college courses after they have reached the required English level.
To do this course you should have...
No entry requirements. All prospective students take an English assessment to ensure they are placed at the right level. However, our courses are not suitable for complete beginners.
|Course Code||Start Date||Costs 16-18||Costs 19-23 (with concessions)||Costs 19+ (no concessions)|
* Please note fees are subject to change.
Normal fee over 3 terms: £920 (may be subject to change).
Students eligible for funding (please contact us for details): £50 materials fee (may be subject to change)
Our ESOL courses are for people who have come to the UK to live or work and who are settled and living in the UK.
The focus is on improving your confidence in your own English ability to better prepare you for life in the UK. You will develop your spoken fluency to be able to communicate more clearly. You will also focus on developing your writing skills to be able to write emails, letters etc. You will also improve your ability to listen to and read English as well as increasing your vocabulary and accuracy.
Courses are available in the morning and evening. Classes are twice a week (2.5 hours per session, 5 hours per week). Morning class: 9:30am to 12:15pm (including a break); Evening class: 6pm to 8:45pm (including a break)
More about the course
People who study the ESOL courses come from a huge range of backgrounds and experiences. You will have the chance to meet new people, learn about culture from Britain and around the world and most importantly improve your English skills.
You will mostly be taught in a standard classroom but there is a big emphasis on pair-work and group-work and using the English language as much as possible in the classroom.