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EFL - Intensive English Course - Upper Intermediate
L00391

The course offers general English practice in reading, writing, speaking and listening at either intermediate or advanced level. You will be taught by experienced and qualified teachers, and learn more about British culture.
This course includes 20 hours tuition per week; five days a week, 4 hour lessons each morning with 1 hour lunch break.
At RHACC you can improve your English, make new friends, learn about British culture and enjoy yourself!
The college welcomes students from all over the world, providing a comfortable and multicultural setting in which to learn and study. Located in the south west of London along the banks of the River Thames, Richmond boasts a range of attractions such as historic parks and buildings, a vibrant nightlife and thriving shopping centre. On your afternoons off, you could also visit some of the major tourist attractions in London only 25 minutes train journey away.

Course Content

Our intensive general English summer classes offer a wide range of activities which are stimulating and enjoyable. All our classes have a strong learner focus with students working in pairs and groups. A strong emphasis is placed also on the accurate production of language together with grammar and vocabulary building. All four skills: reading, writing , speaking and listening in formal and informal situations will be learned and practised e.g. how and when to use appropriate idiomatic phrases and colloquial expressions; use the latest interactive activities, websites, resources and apps in order to explore authentic English language and culture.

Entry Requirements

You will need to do an Initial assesment online and written plus 1 to 1 interview.

First Class Requirements

How to Enrol

Attendance Requirements

How to Pay for Your Course

Assessment Methods

There will be a mini diagnostic test in class within the first week to ensure you have been placed in the appropriate level i.e. Intermediate or Advanced.

Course may included a trip to London, Richmond and the surrounding areas, weather permitting.

Bring to the first class: pen, paper and folder.

Additional Information

At the end of the course you can progress to our main programme which starts in September.