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Intensive English 20 (12 weeks+)

Course Levels Available
A1 (Elementary) – C2 (Proficiency)
Minimum age
18
Course Start Dates
Any Monday
Course Times
Class 1: 09.00 – 10.40
Class 2: 11.00 – 12.00
Class 3: 12.10 – 13.00
Number of Hours Tuition
20 hours per week
Actual teaching time, excluding breaks is 17 hours 30 minutes.
During the Summer Programme (from 12 June until 25 August 2017), there is a full-day study visit on Wednesdays. Actual teaching time, excluding breaks, is therefore 14 hours per week.
There are no lessons on Public Holidays, which are 14 April, 17 April, 1 May, 29 May and 28 August 2017.
Class Size
Average 8 (maximum 15)
Course Fees
£185 per week
Extra Course Costs
£100 registration fee
All tuition materials are included in the course fee
Effective Use of Technology in Teaching
I wanted to study English in England at an English UK School so I spent six months at Anglolang and it was such a nice experience! The staff and students are great people. I really improved my English and it helped me to actually be able to work in a bilingual company. Also, the town is beautiful, you can visit either the sea or the mountains. The locals are very nice and they helped all the time. My host family was very special to me and I hope I can go back again sometime.
- Mariana, Venezuela

This Intensive English course is perfect if you want to join a long course for 12 weeks or more and improve your English in a group but also have free time for social activities and self-study in the afternoon.

This Intensive English course will:

  • increase your confidence when communicating in English
  • help you to use English more effectively
  • help you to speak more accurately and fluently
  • improve your grammar
  • increase your vocabulary
  • improve your pronunciation

All lessons are topic-based. Weekly topics are chosen in consultation with the students in the class as part of Anglolang’s ‘negotiated syllabus’. The topic-based classes are taught using interactive whiteboards, up-to-date authentic resources from the Internet, such as You Tube videos, as well as digital English language course books.

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