English language courses help international students gain entry onto a vocational course, foundation programme or undergraduate degree. Courses can last from as little as one week or up to a year, and teaching incorporates the key skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Study can be available at your chosen university on a pre-sessional basis, but if you decide to study English at an English Language School, it is important to pick a fully accredited centre approved by the UK Government and Education authorities.
Learn more about English Language Schools in the UK with our A-Z list of British Council and SI-UK approved centres of English teaching.
General English classes are ideal for those who need to improve their English language ability ahead of study or work. Classes take in all elements of everyday English and are designed to give you the fluency and confidence needed when working or studying in an English speaking country.
English for Academic Purposes classes aim to improve a student’s note taking, presentation and academic reading and writing skills before study at a UK university. Advanced classes are available for students who wish to study a masters degree.
Business English classes will focus on improving your presentation skills, interview techniques, management and negotiation abilities.
Exam Preparation Courses train students for examinations such as the Cambridge First, TOEFL, GMAT, TOEIC and IELTS. They focus on elements of each exam which the student may struggle with, training them on the best methods and practices to pass.
If you are interested in studying an English course in the UK, arrange a free consultation with our international consultants in London or Manchester today.
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