What courses can I do after this?
On completion of this course you could progress onto either, Intensive English or a suitable level 3 programme, or Higher Education.
International students have a choice of internationally recognised General and Academic English examinations: the most popular with our students is IELTS. If you wish to take an IELTS test, please go to http://www.ielts.org for fees and other important information concerning studying in the UK.
To do this course you should have...
For these courses you must be aged 16 years or older.
When you apply for the course you will asked to complete a short English language test, which will determine the level of class you will start your studies at. The level of English you finish your course at will depend on how long you are studying for, how hard you study and your own personal progression.
If you are already settled and living in the UK, and wish to learn English as a secondary language please contact ESOL department for ESOL course (English for Speakers of Other Languages) on:+44 1202 205151.
The international fees for 15 hours a week are £130 per week plus one -off payment of £35 for study materials. Please contact Internationl Operations for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
General English Online classes cover reading, writing, speaking (including pronunciation), listening, grammar and vocabulary practice.
In addition to the content specific to every level, the course also include:
- multi-media learning: texts, video, interactive exercises
- study skills that will help you continue to learn outside the classroom
- pronunciation skills
- weekly tutorial
- lessons about British culture
- exam skills
- work-related topics (for example, understanding job adverts) and skills (CV writing, presentation skills, interpersonal skills)
- oral presentation skills which will help in future jobs and if you go on to study at university
In your online lessons you will be asked to be active and participate in a variety of activities (e.g. grammar exercises, pair and group work, communication, self and peer correction, oral presentations and exam preparation). It is important that you ask questions when you do not understand an idea that is brought up in class. You will also be able to give feedback on your classes and tell us if you want additional topics or activities.