The classes are taught at three basic levels: Elementary (A1/A2), Intermediate (B1/B2) and Advanced (C1/C2) and will focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Throughout the spring term, you will also have the opportunity to practice your English pronunciation and conversation skills during our weekly sessions.
To enable us to assess your English language proficiency level, placement tests will be conducted upon arrival.
To register and attend these classes we will need to check your UK immigration status allows you to study this course with us. We will check your passport and valid visa at registration.
Please be aware that if you enter the UK as a visitor your conditions should allow you to study for up to 30 days during your visit. Please read the Home Office guidance for more information about the study restrictions for visitors and seek advice from our International Services Team if you need to.
In all cases, you must both be at least 18 years old when you arrive in the UK.
You must intend to live together throughout your partner's stay in the UK.
Your partner must not intend to stay in the UK longer than the period you are given.
Further information can be obtained via https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Visas-and-Immigration/Dependants.