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  • How long do the courses last? In England, you can usually start Academic English courses every Monday. However some fixed date courses are also available.
  • How do I know which course is right for me? It is wise to plan carefully. Start Academic English at an upper-intermediate level. Direct Entry is generally accessible with either a pre-requisite test score or letter of offer for university studies.
  • How much will the course cost? GB£145/week. Explore fees in the links below and contact us for confirmation.
  • Can I work while I study? If you are from the EU, you may work part-time while you study.
  • Where will I live? Campus, homestay, residence or hostel which we can organize for you with the university of your choice.

Academic English / English for Academic Purposes

  • English for University, London School of English, London This course is designed for mature, motivated adults who want to study at an English-speaking university and therefore need to achieve real results. The University Relations Manager offers monthly progress reviews, helps you to understand the UK university system and supports you through the application process for the courses that you choose.
  • Pre-Masters Programme, Frances King School of English, London General + Academic + 1:1 English. Task based programme of research work and assignments in the student’s chosen subject. Prepare for IELTS towards the end of your course. 26 lessons/week, start dates every Monday.
  • Academic English, Hampstead School of English, London These classes concentrate on improving every aspect of your English in order to function in an academic environment. As well as studying grammar and vocabulary, special focus is on writing skills - for essays, reports and academic tasks - and on building communicative competence - for debating, discussing, exploring themes and arguing points of view.
  • Academic English, The Language Centre, University of the Arts, London 15 or 20 hours of tuition/week. Key features include presentation skills, listening to lectures, note-taking, extended writing, research and studying at university level.
  • International Foundation Programme in Academic English, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. 21 hours/week, academic English modules with specialist options depending on your chosen career: Computing, Art Fashion and Design, Science and Engineering, Business, research Methods, Law, IELTS Training, Current Affairs.
  • University Access Courses, Concorde International, Canterbury. 12 week courses, 25 hours/week, start dates are in September, January and April. Courses for undergraduates and graduates, focusing on the academic skills necessary for success such as independent research and academic writing.
  • Academic English and Pre-Masters, Frances King School, London The course combines General English with Academic English, including reading and writing skills for academic study, summarising lectures, note-taking skills, debating techniques, carrying out research and presenting data. Can also include short IELTS preparation courses.

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