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Long Term Study ELC Eastbourne, England

Study Year Programme: English Courses in Eastbourne, England

 

The Study Year Programme offers a comprehensive and flexible English language programme to help you prepare for your future and gain internationally recognised exam qualifications. It is designed specifically for long-term students who will study English in England for 6 months or more. 

This programme allows you to follow a wide range of ELC Eastbourne courses, including General EnglishCambridge English exams (FCE & CAE), IELTS and Introduction to Business English. It is our most economic options for long-term studies - included in the tuition fees are all coursebooks and study materials, e-learning from the point of booking and up to 2 international exams. In addition you will have your own personal adviser (a teacher) who will meet you regularly to help you plan your personal programme and provide you with ongoing support and study advice.

The Study Year Programme is ideal for highly motivated people who need to:

  • develop overall confidence and fluency in English
  • communicate effectively in English
  • prepare for further academic studies
  • use English in their career now or in the future
  • gain internationally recognised qualifications
  • develop English for social, academic and work environments

KEY FACTS

  • minimum 24 weeks, start any Monday
  • minimum age 16
  • a choice from a wide variety of courses and options
  • the cost of either one IELTS SELT or two other exams (eg FCE/CAE/CPE, 'standard' IELTS, LCCI) on ELC exam preparation courses included
  • all course books/materials included + e-learning from point of booking to 3 months after course ends
  • personal study plan agreed with your personal adviser
  • regular monitoring of progress
  • use of the Study Centre after lessons
  • preparation for exams such as Cambridge ESOLIELTS, TOEIC and TOEFL
  • report and certificate at the end of the programme
  • Course Summary
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    Course name Study Year Programme - 25 Lessons/week
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    Dates Start Any Monday Available (Add to basket to choose date options)
    Maximum Class Size 12
    Minimum Age 16
    Lessons Per Week 25
    Hours Per Week 18.75
    From Level CEFR A1
    To Level CEFR C1+
    Price (1-4 weeks) £195.00 per week
    Price (24-33 weeks) £195.00 per week
    Price (34-52 weeks) £183.00 per week
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    Course name Study Year Programme - 30 lessons/week
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    Dates Start Any Monday Available (Add to basket to choose date options)
    Maximum Class Size 12
    Minimum Age 16
    Lessons Per Week 30
    Hours Per Week 22.50
    From Level CEFR A1
    To Level CEFR C1+
    Price (1-4 weeks) £230.00 per week
    Price (24-33 weeks) £230.00 per week
    Price (34-52 weeks) £215.00 per week
    Course Summary
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    Course code
    Course name Study Year Programme - 25 Lessons/week
    School
    Dates Start Any Monday Available (Add to basket to choose date options)
    Maximum Class Size 12
    Minimum Age 16
    Lessons Per Week 25
    Hours Per Week 18.75
    From Level CEFR A1
    To Level CEFR C1+
    Price (1-4 weeks) £0.00 per week
    Price (24-33 weeks) £199.00 per week
    Price (34-52 weeks) £187.00 per week
    Course Summary
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    Course code
    Course name Study Year Programme - 30 lessons/week
    School
    Dates Start Any Monday Available (Add to basket to choose date options)
    Maximum Class Size 12
    Minimum Age 16
    Lessons Per Week 30
    Hours Per Week 22.50
    From Level CEFR A1
    To Level CEFR C1+
    Price (1-4 weeks) £0.00 per week
    Price (24-33 weeks) £235.00 per week
    Price (34-52 weeks) £220.00 per week
  • Test Your English

  • LEVEL GUIDE

    The following table shows the levels we use at ELC.

    ELC Level Level Aims
    C2 Upper-advanced - use English very well in demanding situations
    - performance level may be above average native speaker
    C1 Advanced - use English well in all but the most demanding situations
    - use and understand complex language
    B2 Upper-intermediate - use English effectively in all familiar situations
    - use more complex English and cope with more demanding situations
    B1 Intermediate - use English to express simple ideas and achieve results
    - use range of basic language well in most situations
    A2 Pre-intermediate - use English in most familiar situations
    - use English in a limited way in more difficult situations
    A1/A2 Elementary - develop English skills to 'survival' level
    - use English only in very familiar situations
    A1 Beginner - learn basic vocabulary and structures for simple communication
  • EXAM GUIDE

    Here is an approximate guide of exams at each level.

    ELC Level Cambridge IELTS TOEIC GESE Cambridge BULATS
    C2 Upper advanced CPE 8 - 9   12   90 - 100
    C1 Advanced CAE 7 - 8 945 10 - 11 BEC Higher 75 - 89
    B2 Upper-intermediate FCE 5 - 6.5 785 7 - 9 BEC Vantage 60 - 74
    B1 Intermediate PET 4 - 5 550 5 - 6 BEC Preliminary 40 - 59
    A2 Pre-intermediate KET 3
    225
    3 - 4   20 - 39
    A1/A2 Elementary     120 1 - 2   0 - 19
    A1 Beginner            
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