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English for Life

Our General English course

Our English for Life courses are designed to improve the language skills you need to communicate in all areas of your life: academic, professional, or just for fun. These courses are designed to the competency of your English at progressive levels by developing the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking without compromising on grammatical accuracy and vocabulary range.

We have a continuous assessment programme where you will be able to track how well you are progressing on a weekly basis and also be able to identify your weaknesses and develop self-study techniques with the help of your teacher.

Course Options

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Life: Semi-Intensive

15 lessons per week (12.5 hours)

  • 15 lessons in General English

  • Levels A1 - C1

  • Extracurricular Activities

  • 9.15-10.45 or 11.00-12.30 + 13-14.00

from £115 per week

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Life: Intensive

20 lessons per week (15 hours)

  • 20 lessons in General English

  • Levels A1 - C1

  • Extracurricular Activities

  • 9.15-10.45 + 11.00-12.30

from £135 per week

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Life: Immersion

25 lessons per week (22.5 hours)

  • 25 lessons in General English

  • Levels A1 - C1

  • Extracurricular Activities

  • 9.15-10.45 + 11.00-12.30 + 13-14.00

from £155 per week

Course Information

Course Objectives

To help you improve your English language skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing) and develop your range and accuracy of grammar and vocabulary. By the end of the course you should be able to communicate in English more confidently in different situations. Please refer to our levels for more information. 

Minimum Age: 16

Class Size: 3 - 16 students

Why English for Life?

  • You can choose the number of lessons and supplement them with our add-ons.

  • Thorough placement procedures that ensure students in a class are at the same learning stage.

  • Multi-national classes that promote communication between you and other students from all over the world.

  • Continuous assessment allows you to track your progress on a weekly basis and leave no gaps behind.

  • Personalised tutorials and feedback.

  • Guided homework and the development of self-study techniques.

  • Teachers certified by University of Cambridge

  • Modern textbooks and course materials.

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When can I start my courses?

You can start your course any Monday as long as it is not a Bank Holiday here in England. If there is a Bank Holiday* on your first week, you will then start your course on a Tuesday. Our continuous assessment policy allows us to offer you a class that challenges your current English language proficiency 44 weeks a year. However, we do recommend A1 students to start their courses in the months of January, April, July or September.

* Bank Holidays 2021 2nd April (Good Friday), 5th April (Easter Monday), 3rd May (Early Many bank holiday), 31st May (Spring bank holiday), 30th August (Summer bank holiday).

**The school will be closed for the Christmas holidays from 17.12.2021  to 09.01.2022

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What are the levels?

We offer the following levels in our English for Life programme.

Beginner

CEFR A1

Elementary

CEFR A2

Pre-Intermediate

CEFR B1

Intermediate

CEFR B1+

Upper Intermediate

CEFR B2

Advanced

CEFR C1

How can I find my level?

The first step is to do our online test. After that you will have a little chat with Tamara Leacy, our Director of Studies, and she will be able to tell you which of the levels above you should start from.

 

Accommodation

We offer both host family and residential accommodation to all our students.

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