From one week to one academic year (nine months) STUDY MODES:
Full time, part time INTAKE:
Autumn Semester (September) Spring Semester (January) COURSE LEVEL:
Elementary (A1) to Proficiency (C2) ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
You must be at least 18 years of age on arrival 106
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTRE (ELC)
General English Language Course
mprove and refine your English, and enjoy cultural trips to places such as London, Oxford, Brighton, and Windsor Castle, while making friends from around the world. Regardless of the level your English is at, or which skills you aim to focus on, at Newbold you will be able to develop your language and increase your confidence through our General English Language Course options.
About the course
eld during semester time, you can join our General English Language Course for anything from one week to a full academic year (September to December, and January to May) of English learning, although to get the most from your experience we recommend that you attend for a full academic year.
STUDYING English with students from other countries will give you a taste of living in an international community and inspire you to practise.
What you will study
hen you arrive at Newbold your English will be assessed and you will be placed into a class appropriate to your level of English. Classes are held in the morning and early afternoon, with a total of fifteen hours each week. The normal class size is twelve students, and the maximum class size is twenty students.
EACH semester is divided into two six-week study sessions of classroom work, followed by a British Culture Week. DURING our British Culture Weeks you will
participate in cultural trips to places such as London, Oxford, Brighton, and nearby Windsor Castle. You will also learn through practical and hands-on experiences, everyday conversation and structured classes during our study sessions. THE CLASSES are communicative, interactive
The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21