English Combination

A combination of small group classes

Individual lessons with your own teacher

Focus on what you want to achieve

Great exams or career development

Key Facts: English Combination – classes and private lessons

Age: 17+
Level: From elementary (CEF A1) to advanced (CEF C2)
Start dates: 14 June, 21 June, 5 July, 19 July, 26 July, 2 August and 16 August 2020
Course length: 2, 3, 4 or more weeks  
Class size: Maximum 12 students
Lessons (hours): 24 (22) Monday to Friday
Lesson type: 15 lessons in group, 5 one-to-one and 4 teacher guided self study sessions
Fees: From £946 per week
Fees include: Tuition, accommodation, lunch, travel insurance, activities, sports and 1 excursion per week
Accommodation: college residence or homestay 
Timetable: English Combination sample timetable
Optional extras: Additional Excursions/Activities – £5 – £30
  Airport transfers from £120 – Depending on pick-up location
  Courier charges for visa support documents –  £25
  Exam entry for IELTS/Cambridge suite £180 – £210
Calculate course: Calculate the cost of your course
  Terms and Conditions

English Combination course structure

The programme consists of 20 lessons per week which include:

Group classes: develop your grammar and vocabulary, as well as your fluency and accuracy in English. Lessons incorporate the four key skills reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Private 1-to-1 lessons: focus on your personal language needs to help you make the maximum progress in the shortest possible time. Our 1-to-1 lessons with a personal language tutor allow you to focus directly on your language development to develop skills, build confidence and improve fluency. 

1. Professional language — for business, finance, education, medicine and law:

  • Interpersonal skills: develop language strategies for presentations and negotiations
  • Cross-cultural awareness: develop knowledge of cultural sensitivities to help you integrate into life in the UK
  • Academic writing skills: practise drafting articles for professional journals

2. Academic language — for students, undergraduates and post-graduates:

  • Academic critical writing: improve your note-taking, report writing skills and linguistic ability for essay writing
  • Communication skills: develop your presentation skills for seminars
  • SATs: enhance academic reasoning

3. Personal language — for confidence, examinations, travel and leisure:

  • Voice training: improve your projection, stress and intonation as well as reduce accents
  • Language progress in the 4 key areas: develop language skills to align levels of reading, writing, listening and speaking
  • Preparation for IELTS or Cambridge exams: including tips and exam practise
Contact us

If you have any questions about our courses, please get in touch.

Tom Whitehouse
Sales Coordinator
+44 1865 517383
tom.whitehouse@stclares.ac.uk
 
Manuela Williams
Admissions Registrar
+44 1865 517706
manuela.williams@stclares.ac.uk
 
 
 
 
 

 

Combine group English Language learning with 1-to-1 tuition

Develop your English language accuracy and fluency for a specific focus

Contact us

Please fill in this form to submit an enquiry about our English Combination course.

You may also wish to get in touch to arrange a campus tour or find out what it is like to live and study in the city of Oxford.

 

Contact Manuela on:
+44 1865 517706
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