Llandrillo Menai International
Full-time & Short Courses
English Language Training
Welcome to Llandrillo Menai International
Where do I study?
What can I study?
How much will it cost?
What can I study? 10
GCE Advanced Level (A Levels)
Undergraduate Degree Study at UK Level 4 to 6
The International Baccalaureate (The IB)
English Language Training
11 Vocational Pre-Degree Courses
12 Pathways – Access to Higher Education
Where will I live?
What is there to do?
UKVI Sponsor Licence Holder – Licence Number T0H6168Y1 The College is a member of the respected British Council EducationUK network for the promotion of study in the UK. Grŵp Llandrillo Menai challenges discrimination in all its forms, and monitors the effectiveness of its Equality & Diversity policies, which can be found on the College’s website. The Board of Governors and staff wish to ensure that all those who are part of the College are fairly treated. The College is pleased to provide specialist advice and support to make it easier for students and visitors with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. If you intend to come to any of the College sites and you have special requirements, please contact the International Office prior to your visit on +44 1492 542 319
A special note about IELTS tests We provide support for the completion of an IELTS examination as part of your course. It is important when applying for a course at Llandrillo Menai International that you complete the IELTS test listed as UKVI IELTS Academic on the IELTS website for your country. If you are studying at our Bangor or Rhos-on-Sea campuses and want to take a UKVI IELTS test in the UK, you must take this test in Manchester. Personalised one-to-one tuition is available at an extra cost.
Welcome to Llandrillo Menai International As a student from overseas, choosing the right college, course and qualification is one of the most important decisions you will make. We are pleased that you are considering studying at Llandrillo Menai International. We know that you will have lots of questions. This International Study Guide, along with our website gllm.ac.uk/international, will help to provide the answers. Llandrillo Menai International is part of one of the leading Government-funded colleges of Further Education in the UK, located in North Wales. We are consistently graded as one of the highest achieving colleges by Government Inspectors. Our students achieve great results and they rated us as the best college in Wales in the 2016 Government Student Satisfaction Survey. We are the largest college in Wales, part of the UK, with 12 campuses and over 27,000 students studying a wide range of Pre-Degree and Honours Degree courses. One of our largest campuses in Bangor is close to our main university partner – Bangor University. Llandrillo Menai International holds a UK Visas and Immigration Sponsor Licence to recruit students from overseas. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Llandrillo Menai International campuses are within easy reach of Manchester, yet the beautiful mountains, lakes and beaches of North Wales are close by. Llandudno, the principal tourist resort of North Wales, is just minutes away from our largest campus at Rhos-on-Sea. There are a number of accommodation choices in the area, including homestay accommodation and private rented rooms and apartments. The vast majority of our students are local UK students and we have a substantial number of international students across a number of different courses and campuses. Our international students are well supported by the International Team. We are very proud of their achievements and the next steps that they take following a programme of education with us. Caring and supporting our students and providing an environment in which they will thrive and achieve is very important. The College is a past winner of the prestigious British Council Beacon Award for International Student Support. The Llandrillo Menai International team is here to help you in every way during your application process and whilst you study. Year after year, international students enjoy their time at Llandrillo Menai International and gain entry to the university or career pathway of their choice after successfully completing their studies. They are happy to recommend the college to their family and friends after being part of our learning community. North Wales is a very friendly place to study and learn, and a number of students choose to stay in the area and continue their studies at universities in Wales.
We look forward to welcoming you to our College.
Dafydd Evans Chief Executive Officer Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Where do I study? Study takes place at Coleg Llandrillo or Coleg Menai, part of Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, one of the largest and best Government-funded colleges in the UK, offering competitive fees and scholarships. Most of our international students study at our Rhos-on-Sea and Bangor Campuses on academic programmes such as A Levels, the International Baccalaureate or Pathways – Access to Higher Education programmes. If you choose to study English, then you will study at our Bangor Campus, located in what is known as the “City of Learning”. Here there are students from all over the world, so you can share experiences as you learn. These two campuses are located on the coast of North Wales. This region is known for its beautiful mountain and coastal scenery and is very popular with people from all over the world as a place to visit. This also makes it a special place to study, where you can enjoy clean air and a healthy environment in a friendly, safe community.
There are endless opportunities to enjoy the area when you are not studying. Near to the campuses there are plenty of shops, supermarkets, sports centres, swimming pools, bars and restaurants to choose from. Nightlife options include a multi-screen cinema, bars and clubs. You could also visit the many tourist attractions or take part in a range of sports, including swimming, canoeing, horse riding, mountain biking, golf and football, or even try something more adventurous like Europe’s longest and fastest zipline or surfing at Surf Snowdonia, the world’s first public artificial wave garden.
North Wales has a temperate climate and it rarely gets very hot or very cold. Average temperatures range from 5°C to 25°C. May, June and July are the driest and sunniest months and it rarely snows, except in the mountains. There is a main railway line running along the North Wales coast, so you can easily travel by train to many places throughout the United Kingdom, including London. The nearest international airport is Manchester.
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Approximate journey times from Rhos-on-Sea and Bangor campuses: By road from Rhos-on-Sea
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What can I study? At Llandrillo Menai International we offer a quality experience for every student. As we do not have hundreds of International students, your “study abroad” experience will be truly authentic and you will meet and make friends with many Welsh and British people.
Llandrillo Menai International has a great track record of helping students to achieve results. Of course, you will have to work hard at your studies. You will be taught in classes of UK students and perhaps several other people from around the world. Your teachers will have experience of working with students who do not have English as their first language. You will be given a Personal Tutor to advise you, and our International Support Team are very experienced in helping with any queries you may have. You just have to ask.
Laura, from Colombia, came across our college whilst searching on the internet. She applied to study the Sciences pathway of Access to Higher Education. Laura was chosen as International Student of the Year due to her hard work, application and cheerful nature. She is now studying Marine Biology at nearby Bangor University.
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How much will it cost? Our fees are very competitive. When you total your tuition fees and living costs, you will see that studying at Llandrillo Menai International is very good value, particularly when compared to studying at a private college or nearer to London where the cost of living is higher. With all the additional benefits, such as added English lessons, care and support, excellent results track record, affordable accommodation and local travel, campus facilities and social events, we give you an excellent package of study and UK life experience for the fees payable.
We publish a fees schedule every year which also details our scholarship opportunities for those with excellent ability. If this schedule is not included with this brochure as a separate leaflet, then please look at our website for current fees. We send representatives to many countries so that you can meet us and ask us many different questions about your programme of study. We are able to meet parents, come to your school or see you at a “study abroad” exhibition during our overseas visits. This means you can experience the personal touch right from the outset.
More information: Please see our website for up-todate information on the individual programmes of study available and our fees and scholarships. Course search your subject here: gllm.ac.uk/courses/search/ Fees and scholarships here: gllminternational.com/course-fees/
Our international students progress to some of the best universities in the UK, including: Bangor University
University of Manchester
University of Warwick
Royal Veterinary College, London
University of Liverpool
University of East Anglia
Queen Mary University of London
University of Edinburgh
King’s College London
University of Nottingham
Birmingham City University
University of Sussex
Mujahid Joining us from Kuala Lumpur, Mujahid worked very hard at his A Level studies, excelling in the sciences. He is now studying at the Royal College of Veterinary Sciences in London, to help him achieve his lifelong ambition.
Tom A great mathematician, Tom from Taiwan, studied with us following in the footsteps of his elder brother. He is now reading Mathematics at Manchester University.
Where will I live? Our award-winning care and support team will help you settle in at Llandrillo Menai International and North Wales, whether you are studying a full-time or short course. When your application has been successful and you have a visa or other permission required to take part in our studies, we will help you find somewhere to live and advise you of how to get to our campuses. If you are aged 16 or 17, you must live in homestay accommodation in the care of adults. We check all accommodation and the persons living there, so that they meet our strict quality and safety standards. Our local bus service supplies discounted weekly and monthly tickets. Much of our homestay, apartment and fully-catered accommodation is within walking distance of our campuses. If you are on a short course, transport will probably be included in the cost of your course.
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What is there to do? By choosing to study in one of the most scenic areas of the UK, you will be able to enjoy a wide range of activities when you have free time. For full-time students there are a series of “out and about” events organised by our International Support Team. We welcome your ideas for events and activities too. You can choose from trips to Manchester United and outlet brand shopping, visiting Chinese New Year festivals, or taking in a theme park such as Alton Towers. You can take part in adventure activities such as a RibRide on the Menai Straits or indoor climbing at the Beacon Centre. We tour the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park and visit some of Wales’ many historic castles. We also visit popular universities for their open days, so that you can see where to study next. Our campuses provide many things to do. We have a fully equipped gym and sports facilities with fitness classes and organised sports such as football for both men and women, making use of our full-size 3G artificial pitch. There is an opportunity for all students to take part in sport classes during the week.
Other facilities include: • Restaurants serving good value meals until 7pm. • T ravel Office to assist with your journeys to and from home and around the UK. • C ollege shop within a Student Lounge, supplying student essential items. • Hair & beauty salons. • Library and quiet reading rooms. • IT workshops with workstations for you to use. • S tudent Union membership (subscription payable) which gives you discount in many stores. • H elp and advice centres for personal or study problems (as well as help available from the International Support Team). We also have a range of clubs and societies for you to join, along with theatres and arts facilities, with regular performances and exhibitions.
We run competitions for students, including WorldSkills, Global Enterprise and the Wales Salon Culinaire.
Dang Ngoc from Vietnam completed one year of A Levels instead of two, an option available in Wales, but no longer in England. For his second year of study he wanted to specialise in Business so took a pathway programme in this area. He now studies Logistics and Transport Management at Greenwich University in London, to help him play an important role in his family business back in Ho Chi Minh City. Dang says: “The teachers are absolutely fantastic. They really help you to do your best. Llandudno is a small, peaceful town with loads of amazing sightseeing and historical places near. If you are looking for excitement at the weekend you can travel to Chester, 1 hour away. I enjoyed staying with two hosts. They give you tips and experiences on how to live in the UK. Living with a host is an opportunity to help you improve your English and become more British.”
What can I study?
GCE Advanced Level (A Levels) In the UK, this is the most popular way of progressing to your place at university. You will study up to 4 subjects from the range of 45 subjects on offer at our campuses, for a period of 2 years. You will study 4-5 hours per subject each week and also have one-to-one time with your Personal Tutor for feedback and support. Approximately 700 students take part in A Level study each year at the College. 98.5% of our students pass their A Levels with us compared to a national average of 98.1%. 20% of students score A*- A grades. 60% of students score A*- C grades. The International Team and our teachers can advise you on which A Level subjects to choose to progress to the University of your choice. Our A Level teachers are experts in their field, many holding Doctorates in their subjects. They only teach students over the age of 16, so are focused on getting you to university and do not have to worry about students studying at lower levels.
Minimum entry requirements: • A ged 16 or over at the September of your year of entry.
The A Level subjects popular with our international students include:
• E vidence of a very good academic profile from your High School studies.
• A UKVI IELTS score of 5.5 points or above. • A completed Llandrillo Menai International application form – fill in as much information as you can. We shall contact you for any missing information, such as exam results, etc.
This programme is for you if: • Y ou are a high achiever who wants to go to university.
Art & Design (5 options) Biology Business Studies Chemistry Design and Technology English Language
• Y ou are willing to work hard to achieve your goals.
• Y ou have a good standard of English to enable you to participate in class with your new UK classmates.
• Y ou have a very good academic profile from your home High School.
Government & Politics
Geography History Law Mathematics (including Further Maths option)
Facilities at the College are first class with well-equipped laboratories and workshops for our small class sizes of no more than 20 students in each lesson. You will have an academic Personal Tutor who will work with our International Team to help you during your time at the College.
Physics Psychology Sociology World Development What can I study?
The International Baccalaureate (The IB) The IB Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education with final examinations that prepares students, aged 16 to 19, for success at university and life beyond.
It has been designed to address the intellectual, social, emotional and physical well-being of students and is popular with those of high academic ability. It is recognised in over 140 countries worldwide.
What can I study?
Vocational Pre-Degree Courses Llandrillo Menai International offers a range of vocational qualifications providing progression to university or employment. Vocational programmes respond to trends in the world of employment, giving our students an advantage when considering their intended career pathway. You will study a programme of learning, which develops skills in your chosen vocational area and improves your literacy, numeracy, enterprise and employability. After studying a 2 year vocational course, you will be awarded a globally-recognised BTEC, City & Guilds or equivalent Diploma at the UK Level 3.
Minimum entry requirements: • A ged 16 or over at the September of your year of entry. • E vidence of a completion of your High School studies.
Llandrillo Menai International excels at delivering courses in a wide range of vocational subject areas: Agriculture
• A UKVI IELTS score of 5.0 points or above. • A completed Llandrillo Menai International application form – fill in as much information as you can. We will contact you for any missing information, such as exam results, etc.
This programme is for you if: • Y ou know what career pathway you want to follow. • Y ou want to pursue a career in an up-and-coming industry. • Y ou have a particular skill or would like to develop vocational competence. • Y ou have a good level of English but have found that traditional academic study is not the best option for you.
Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing Art & Design and Photography Business, Finance, Law and Management Computing and Information Technology Construction and the Built Environment Engineering, Renewable Energy and Power Technologies Forestry and Countryside Management Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Health, Social Care and Childcare Hospitality and Catering Travel and Tourism Marine Technology Media, TV and Film and Games Development Motor Vehicle Performing Arts, Music and Music Technology Science (Applied/Forensic) Sport and Outdoor Education
What can I study?
Pathways – Access to Higher Education Our Pathways – Access to Higher Education programmes provide an exciting and dynamic way of learning for students who want to go on to study at university but may not meet the entry requirements in full. Programmes are offered at both our Rhos-on-Sea and Bangor Campuses and are one year courses. The courses are a mixture of Level 2 and Level 3 modules in your chosen subject area. They also cover academic skills such as researching, data analysis, writing in an academic style and presentation skills. English language support and IELTs preparation is included in your programme. Our students achieve outstanding results every year, going on to study for degrees in a wide range of subjects from Criminology to Biomedical Science at universities across the UK.
We offer the following Pathways – Access to Higher Education programmes: Pathway:
Can lead to university study in the field of:
Art and Design
Art, Design and Photography
Bio Science or Sciences
Life Sciences, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Physiotherapy and Forensic Science, Radiography, Dietetics, Nutritional Science, Veterinary Science, Environmental Science, Zoology, Theoretical Physics, Clinical Science, Biomedical Science, Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry amongst others
Humanities, Social Science or Humanities and Social Sciences. The different options are available depending upon campus choice.
Business and Management, Geography, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, International Studies, Theology, Politics, Sociology, Law, Economics, Development Studies, Criminology.
Pathways Programmes In 2016, 90% of students on pathway programmes progressed to university.
Minimum entry requirements: • A ged 17 or over in the September of your year of entry. • E vidence of a good academic profile from your High School studies. • A UKVI IELTS score of 5.5 points or above. • A completed Llandrillo Menai International application form – fill in as much information as you can. We will contact you for any missing information, such as exam results, etc.
This programme is for you if:
• T he university of your choice is asking you to complete a pathway year. • Y ou have a good idea of what you want to do at university. • Y ou have a good level of English that needs improving for university entry. • Y ou want to get used to study in the UK before committing to university.
What can I study?
Undergraduate Degree Study at UK Level 4 to 6 We offer a range of Honours Degrees and Foundation Degrees (HND level). Many are validated by Bangor University. Our Higher Education experience differs from many institutions in the UK. Lecture groups sizes are smaller. You will have much more personalised support than a large university can offer. Our degrees are vocationally focused, supporting entry into a career pathway at a high level.
Minimum entry requirements: • Aged 18 or over in the September of your year of entry. • E vidence of a good academic profile from your High School studies; completion of a Level 3 UK programme; evidence of progression from a UK pathway or other appropriate programme. • A UKVI IELTS score of 5.5 points or above in all areas. • A completed Llandrillo Menai International application form – fill in as much information as you can. We will contact you for any missing information, such as exam results, etc.
This programme is for you if: • You are ready to achieve at undergraduate degree level. • Y ou want to pursue a programme with a distinct vocational career outcome. • You want a high level of personalised tuition and support. • You have a very good level of English.
More information: Please see our website for up-to-date information on the individual programmes of study available and our fees and scholarships. Course search your subject here: gllm.ac.uk/degrees Fees and scholarships here: gllminternational.com/course-fees
Here are some of our Undergraduate Degree options: Honours Degree, Level 4 - 6 (3 years)
Foundation Degree, Level 4 - 5 (2 years)
Validated by Bangor University
Validated by Bangor University
BA (Hons) Management and Business
Foundation Degree (FdA) Management and Business
BSc (Hons) Computing (Software Development)
Foundation Degree (FdA) Computing (Software Development)
BSc (Hons) Computing (Networking) BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering BSc (Hons) Commercial Construction Management BA (Hons) Culinary Arts BA (Hons) Hospitality Management BA (Hons) Travel and Tourism BA (Hons) Creative Media BA (Hons) 3D Animation and Games Development
Foundation Degree (FdA) Computing (Networking) Foundation Degree (FdEng) Civil Engineering Foundation Degree (FdSc) Construction Foundation Degree (FdA) Culinary Arts Foundation Degree (FdA) Broadcast Media Production Foundation Degree (FdA) 3D Animation and Games Development
BSc (Hons) Sports Science (Sports Coaching)
Foundation Degree (FdSc) Sports Science (Sports Coaching) or (Outdoor Recreation)
Validated by Glyndŵr University
Validated by Glyndŵr University
BA (Hons) Fine Art
Foundation Degree (FdA) in Art and Design or Photography
What can I study?
English Language Training at a range of UK levels Courses at our Bangor Campus: Our English Language Centre in Bangor: The City of Learning, offers a wide range of fulltime and part-time courses. Students come from all over the world as well as the local area – more than 30 different nationalities! Courses are taught at many levels from Beginners to Advanced (Pre-Entry – Level 2), Levels A1 to C2.
The English language courses will prepare you for: • F urther and Higher Education including undergraduate and postgraduate study.
Courses at our Rhos-on-Sea Campus:
• Employment and careers. • Professional practice in the UK. Individual learning programmes are designed for all students – based on your assessments and planned to meet your individual needs. A Personal Tutor will help you with all aspects of your study to ensure success.
At our Rhos-on-Sea Campus, the main language training activity is supporting the English you will need to succeed in your academic programme of study. In addition, this campus offers a range of ESOL certificated courses for anyone in the local community.
Start dates are from September to April with summer schools in June/July. Highly-qualified teachers with experience of working in many parts of the world make learning challenging, interesting and successful. Teachers are leaders in their field.
At both campuses, the courses are held in well-equipped, comfortable rooms close to the college reception, libraries and canteens. All courses use computers to support learning and use the latest language learning technology.
Our teachers include IELTS examiners and they train other teachers from all over Wales. The General English programme offers six graded levels. Course content includes: Speaking, listening, reading, writing skills; communication skills; IT & computers; maths & number skills (optional); English for study & training; vocational literacy skills; living, working & studying in Wales and the UK; employment skills & pathways; careers & progression advice. Academic English programmes specifically prepare students for Higher Education including undergraduate degrees, Masters degrees and PhD programmes. The programme covers the whole range of language skills and academic study skills needed to succeed in Higher Education in the UK.
A range of qualifications is available, including Cambridge English Certificates. Courses will also prepare you for IELTS testing at the nearby IELTS testing unit at Bangor University’s ELCOS Centre or for a UKVI IELTS test, you will visit the Manchester SELT centre to undertake your test. The English Language Centre works in partnership with Bangor University. Successful completion of the English Academic programme at advanced level is accepted for progression to Bangor University (with appropriate academic qualifications). For students going onto other universities IELTS exam preparation is provided. There are three levels of Academic English Programmes starting with an Introduction to Academic English or Pre-Sessional Programme.
UKVI IELTS preparation We provide support for the completion of an IELTS examination as part of your course. It is important when applying for a course at Llandrillo Menai International that you complete the IELTS test listed as UKVI IELTS on the IELTS website for your country. If you are studying at our Bangor or Rhos-on-Sea Campuses and want to take a UKVI IELTS test in the UK, you must take this test in Manchester. Personalised one-to-one tuition is available at an extra cost.
More information: Please see our website for up-to-date information on the individual programmes of study available and our fees and scholarships.
What can I study?
Short Courses Specialist Lecture Programmes: Delivered from The Management Centre in Bangor, we offer a range of expert lectures and seminars in collaboration with Bangor University and other universities around the world. Usually these programmes are two weeks in duration. Topics include business leadership, academic & vocational teacher training, energy, agriculture, food technology and many more, taking advantage of the expertise within the college and its academic and industry partners.
Summer Schools: Delivered at our Rhos-on-Sea, Bangor and Llangefni Campuses, we offer English language programmes. As well as English language, you can also choose from a range of themes for your summer school, such as innovation and creative thinking; digital arts; heritage and the environment; and renewable energy with the emphasis on fun practical activities, which help you to apply your English as well as learning about emerging global industries. You can choose how long your short course needs to be. Most popular is a two-week programme, with a number of social and cultural trips and events included in the price. Most short courses include visits to London or Cambridge. Programmes include a range of activities out and about in North Wales or the nearby cities of Liverpool and Manchester to enable you to practice your English skills. Accommodation can be in hotels, university halls of residence or with homestay families. Transport will be provided for you whilst you are taking part in your Summer School or Lecture Programme.
More information: Please see our range of leaflets for up-to-date information on the individual programmes of study available and our fees and scholarships.
Accommodation for Short Courses
The Alumni of Khon Kaen University MBA School, Thailand, who are all successful business people, enjoy our programmes of lectures each summer with speakers from Welsh industry and visits to innovative businesses, such as Surf Snowdonia, to help inspire them in their own business development.
Your accommodation will be situated in a convenient location to your programme of study either in Llandudno, recently voted the UKâ€™s favourite resort, or Bangor. Options range from homestay with local families to Bangor Universityâ€™s prestigious Management Centre for mature, professional learners. We have a partnership arrangement with Llandudno-based Trinity Language Centre & Accommodation, who offer quality accommodation for exclusive use by our larger groups of young people.
Students from Le Quy Don School in Ho Chi Minh City have enjoyed several visits to the college as a taster for life with us as an A Level student.
Le Quy Don
Apply! You can apply by:
• talking to our appointed Educational Consultant in your country • completing the form on our website: gllm.ac.uk/international • write, telephone, Facebook, Skype, email or fax us Visit gllm.acuk/international. This will tell you of the application stages and the essential information we need to receive before we can offer you a place on a course.
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Llandrillo Menai International Bangor Campus
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