Course Overview

Students on this course can expect to receive high quality teaching of grammar, skills, pronunciation and functional language. Our course syllabus is prepared using published resources, real-life case studies, role-play activities and other classroom tasks. This course is designed for all students, elementary to upper intermediate, looking to improve their general understanding of the English language in a multi-lingual learning environment. It is intended for students looking to develop global language skills ahead of specialization, exam training or higher education.

Course Content

The topics that will be covered:

• Grammar

• Vocabulary including phrasal verbs

• Speaking, reading, writing, listening

• Pronunciation and phonology

• Idiomatic language

• Learning tasks including presentations and role-plays

Length 15 - 25 Hours Per Week
Start Dates Every Monday
Max Class Size 16 Students
Minimum Age 16 Years

Timetable and Fees

Lessons run mornings and afternoons. Courses are either 15, 20 or 25 hours per week. Lessons are three, four or five hours per day in the morning or in the afternoon. Maximum class size for all lessons is 16 students. There is a registration fee of £60 and a resources fee of £40.

Class Timetable Cost
15 Hours
9:00 - 10:005 Minute Break
10:05 - 11:055 Minute Break
11:00 - 12:10Lesson End
£150 per week
20 Hours
9:00 - 10:005 Minute Break
10:05 - 11:055 Minute Break
11:00 - 12:10Lunch
13:00 - 14:00Lesson End
£200 per week
25 Hours
9:00 - 10:005 Minute Break
10:05 - 11:055 Minute Break
11:00 - 12:10Lunch
13:00 - 14:005 Minute Break
14:05 - 15:05Lesson End
£250 per week

Benefits

The following is provided for all of our students:

- Expert tuition from an experienced, qualified teacher

- Weekly assessments and testing of course content

- Regular tutorials to assess your progress and highlight weak areas

- Guidance on unknown language and terminology

- Access to the school's extensive social program

Who Should attend

Entry Requirements

This course is open to students from elementary to upper-intermediate. Previous study is not necessary, but this will influence the level that you achieve when you join the school.