Summer is a great time to study English in England. Days are long and the weather is good (well, a lot of the time). And where better to take a summer English course in England than by the seaside. Our schools in Brighton and Eastbourne are both just a few minutes' walk from the beach so you can take a walk and breath of fresh sea air during your breaks or after lessons. Taking a summer course in England will also afford you the opportunity to make international friends from all over the world.
In addition to the General English and examination courses that we run all year round at both schools, we also offer options for young adults, typically aged 16-22 from June to August.
At ELC Eastbourne, our Summer Plus course offers you the chance to take 25 lessons a week (18.75 hours) of lessons in a mixed nationality class at your level and then take part in an exclusive social programme of 2 afternoon activities per week and 1 half-day guided excursion.
At ELC Brighton, our Summer Vacation course offers half a day of lessons (20 lessons per week; 15 hours) in international classes at your level. Then for the rest of the day you can choose to have free time to do your own thing, join social activities on a pay-as-you-go basis or have a full package of social activities and weekend excursions.
Course Summary Display Currency: Course code Course name Vacation Course School Dates Start Any Monday Available (Add to basket to choose date options) Maximum Class Size 12 Minimum Age 16 Lessons Per Week 20 Hours Per Week 15.00 From Level CEFR A1 To Level CEFR C1+ Price (1-4 weeks) £235.00 per week Course Summary Display Currency: Course code Course name Summer Plus School Dates Start Any Monday Available (Add to basket to choose date options) Maximum Class Size 14 Minimum Age 16 Lessons Per Week 20 Hours Per Week 15.00 From Level To Level Price (1-4 weeks) £310.00 per week
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