We offer two kinds of short courses:
Improve your English in full or part-time courses. Click here for details.
These specially designed two and four-week courses offer you the
opportunity to improve your English while either visiting major UK
tourist and cultural attractions or sampling academic study across
a range of major university courses. Click here for details.
We offer exciting short courses (full and
part-time) designed to improve your general English language
skills and enjoy learning more about daily life in the UK.
Our interactive classes will use a wide selection of real-life
materials and experiences to help you make the most of living in
Our classes start at either Elementary (A2) or Intermediate (B1)
levels. Our comprehensive course will improve your reading,
writing, speaking and listening skills.
You will also enjoy a range of visits to local cultural
destinations where you can make use of your new practical
28 January - 25 March 2013
(15 hours tuition per week - £99 per week)
8 April – 14 June 2013
(15 hours tuition per week - £200 per
Are you keen to improve your English language skills,
learn more about British culture, and take part in a short special
interest language programme?
We offer a two or four week programme based at our campus in the
heart of Wolverhampton. You can improve your English skills,
enhance your knowledge of a subject of special interest (see below)
and visit some of the U.K.'s major tourist attractions in guided
Course content: You will receive 10 hours
a week of study in an interactive group setting, covering all
four language skills: speaking, listening, reading and
In addition, you may choose to:
Either: Go on an organised and accompanied weekly
trip to some of the U.K.'s major tourist and cultural
Or: Undertake 10 hours of study in your choice
of interest, which includes specialist tours and visits
Planning a career in business?
We offer a special Business English lesson every week, in which you
will learn the specialist vocabulary for doing business in English,
learn about company structure and practice, and pay a visit to a
local business to see business in action.
Want to work in TV, radio or newspapers?
Sign up to our Broadcasting and Media option, which gives you 10
hours of instruction in the language and vocabulary of the media,
and also offers you the chance to visit a real local radio or TV
Interested in the culture of the United
Our guided and accompanied cultural excursions offer you a weekly
visit to one of our cultural landmarks: Warwick Castle,
Westminster, and Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon are all within
easy travelling distance of Wolverhampton.
Required English level: CEFR B1 or
Teaching hours: 10 hours a week for the study of
English as a Foreign Language
PLUS 10 hours of study in your choice of specialist interest (as
above), or one full day's accompanied cultural excursion.
Course start dates
The start dates in 2013 for both two and four
week courses are:
Four week course – £1,200
Two week course – £800
AccommodationAccommodation is available
on campus in student Halls of Residence or flats, or you can choose
to stay with a host family to get a little closer to the British
way of life.
When applying, please state which you would prefer.
Executive English Total Immersion courses also available on
For further information, please telephone: +44 (0) 1902 322 464,
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
General enquiries: Email: email@example.com or tel: +44 (0) 1902
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