YEAR ROUND 15 HOUR
Ideal for those with limited money and allows students free time to enjoy other activities.
The 15 hours General English includes grammar and vocabulary, speaking, listening, reading and writing, plus a weekly tutorial to check your progress and let you know what’s happening in the college and local area. (Lewes and Eastbourne only).
This course does not run at the Eastbourne and Hastings campuses during the Summer because of the Young Learner Summer School.
You can join the course on most Mondays throughout the year except the breaks listed on the price lists ,which you can find here.
There are no lessons on Saturdays or Sundays.
Students attending this course at Hastings between September and June will be in mixed nationality classes with overseas students living permanently in the UK taking English as a Second Language (ESOL). The average number of students at Hastings is 15 per class with a maximum of 25. Some classes may be in the afternoon depending on the level of English.
English language level at Pre-intermediate/ CEFR A2 or above is necessary to join this course.
All options and exams run subject to student demand.
Please note there is a public holiday on 3 May 2021 when the college is closed. The college is also closed one day each term for staff training.
Please note that although students aged 16-18 are classified as adults in respect of their eligibility for this course, they are subject to stricter rules on supervision, details of which can be found here.
If you are a Visa National, we recommend that you contact our International Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org for advice before choosing your course, study duration, and visa type. We also suggest that you visit the following website:
|9.00 - 12.15||12.15 - 13.15||13.15 - 16.30|
|Monday||General English||Lunch||Private Study|
|Tuesday||General English||Lunch||Private Study|
|Wednesday||General English||Lunch||Private Study|
|Thursday||General English||Lunch||Private Study|
|Friday||General English||Lunch||Private Study|