Summer Courses 2016
Summer school courses in the UK provide the perfect learning environment for students preparing to study in the UK for the first time.
Summer course will help build your existing knowledge of a subject, or introduce you to it for the first time. Because of this, many courses are available at introductory or advanced level and minimum entry requirements are not always required. Summer courses last between one to five weeks during the months of June, July and August, and accommodation, meals and social trips and activities are also provided.
All of the below schools are carefully selectedby SI-UK and fully certified by the British Council.
Why study a summer course in the UK?
- Choose from a wide variety of academic courses and gain valuable international experience
- Improve your English by learning in an English speaking environment alongside fellow international students
- Classes are made up of lectures, seminars and group work, just like a full degree
- Visit famous UK and London landmarks on special trips
- Accommodation and meals provided
Embassy summer English courses offer students the chance to explore a new country, make new friends and have fun while learning English. Choose from ten locations across the UK including London, Cambridge and Oxford, and then combine learning English with activities such as Basketball, Dance and Football!
Courses are suitable for children, juniors and young adults with accommodation and social activities also included in the fee.
|Embassy English: Courses|
Kings Education summer courses cater for students of all age groups, requirements and interests. The Kings Summer Course is designed specifically for children aged 8-17, while Kings Summer Plus offers a range of special activities such as performing arts, tennis and horse riding. Students can choose to study in London, Bath, Cheltenham and Oxford.
|Kings Education: General English, Compact and Intensive Courses|
Warwickshire College Group
Learn English in the UK at Warwickshire College. Taught by experienced teachers, summer programmes at Warwickshire will prepare you for university and help you reach a target IELTS score. Weekly visits to UK towns and cities including London, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath will take place, while sporting activities in the summer sunshine will keep you active.
|Warwickshire College Group: English Courses|
|General English (20 hrs)||£250|
|General English (14 hrs) + Animal Welfare (6hrs)||£340|
|General English (14 hrs) + Art (6hrs)||£250|
|General English (14 hrs) + British Culture (6hrs)||£250|
|General English (14 hrs) + English for Business and Hospitality (6hrs)||£250|
|General English (14 hrs) + Equine (6hrs)||£415|
|General English (14 hrs) + Equine stable management (6hrs)||£340|
|General English (14 hrs) + Flight Training (2hrs including flight time)||£375|
|General English (14 hrs) + Flight Training (6hrs including flight time)||£765|
Durham University Summer School
Durham University is the third oldest university in England and the Durham Summer School programme is a great chance for students to to get ahead with one of their short courses of intensive academic study.
Students will practice academic writing and develop their ability to present argument and analysis, while also having the opportunity to give presentations on academic topics including your own undergraduate studies.
|Durham Summer School: English Courses|
|English Language for Academic Purpose||£2,800|
London School of English
The London School of English work with King’s College London and Middlesex University to provide international students the opportunity to combine an English language course with a summer university course.
There are a wide range of subjects available at the university summer schools, which can be taken for academic credit or for professional and personal development.
|London School of English: Courses|
English for University (Age: 18-29)
Location: Westcroft Square
22 hours per week
|Intensive General English Combination Course (Age:18-37)
Location: Westcroft Square (Single)
Holland Park Gardens (Group)
Bell’s English summer programmes will develop English skills and essential life and practical skills through a range of project-based lessons, study tours and activities.
Beginning in July and August Bell courses prepare international students and young learners for all aspects of academic life.
|Bell English: Courses|
|(14-17 yrs, Intermediate)||£3,500 / 2 weeks||The Leys, Cambridge|
|(11-17 yrs, Beginner)||Spring (3rd April)||£825 / 1 week||St. Albans|
|(7-11 yrs, Beginner)||Summer (5th June, July, August)||£1095 / 1 week||St. Albans|
|(12-17 yrs)||Summer (5th June, July, August)||£1095 / 1 week||St. Albans|
|(11-17 yrs, Beginner)||Summer (3rd, 17th, 31st July, 14th August)||£2500 / 2 weeks||St. Albans|
|(12-17 yrs, Beginner)||Summer (6th, 20th July, 3rd August)||£2500 / 2 weeks||Bloxham, Oxford|
|(12-17 yrs, Beginner)||Summer (6th, 20th July, 3rd August)||£2500 / 2 weeks||Wellington|
|(11-17 yrs, Beginner)||Autumn (16th, 23rd, 30th October)||£825 / 1 week||St. Albans|
|Young Business Leaders|
|(14-17 yrs, Intermediate)||6-27th July||£3,500 / 2 weeks||Wellington|
|International Student Preperation|
|(13-17 yrs, Pre-Intermediate)||£3,500 / 2 weeks||Bloxham, Oxford|
Leicester International Summer School
The Leicester International Summer School at the University of Leicester will improve your English skills in an academic and friendly environment while also helping you discover and learn more about UK culture and history through excursions and social activities.
The three week summer course features a comprehensive induction programme, including an introduction to the City of Leicester and 32 hours of general English classes, with special focus on speaking and listening skills.
|Leicester International Summer School: Courses|
|English Summer Course||£1,750|