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Course questions

Q. Are exam fees included?

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Official examination fees are not included, but we are happy to help you arrange these if you need.

Here is a guide to official examination prices. Please note that prices may vary to those published below, and you should always contact us for accurate prices by...

Official examination fees are not included, but we are happy to help you arrange these if you need.

Here is a guide to official examination prices. Please note that prices may vary to those published below, and you should always contact us for accurate prices by filling in the form below.

  • FCE, CAE and CPE: £125
  • TKT Exams: £125
  • TOEIC Exams: £125
  • For Trinity GESE, please contact us

We offer courses to help you prepare for all the exams above.

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Q. Are there any tuition supplements?

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Yes, there are some fees that are not included in the course price but you may have to pay:

  • Registration fee
  • If you decide to make some changes in your course, there will be a fee per change
  • High season supplement (2 July – 31 August)
  • E-reception

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Yes, there are some fees that are not included in the course price but you may have to pay:

  • Registration fee
  • If you decide to make some changes in your course, there will be a fee per change
  • High season supplement (2 July – 31 August)
  • E-reception

Check out our the Course and Fee list here for detailed information about fees, prices in each school and other services we offer.

Please note that you should always contact us for accurate prices. 

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Q. Can I attend more than one school?

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Yes, you can. If you wish, you can start your course in one of our schools and finish it in a different one. This option will allow you to explore more of the UK and experience life in different British cities!

You will be required to pay for the transport expenses between the cities that you choose. For more information please...

Yes, you can. If you wish, you can start your course in one of our schools and finish it in a different one. This option will allow you to explore more of the UK and experience life in different British cities!

You will be required to pay for the transport expenses between the cities that you choose. For more information please contact us.

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Q. Can I pay by bank transfer?

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Yes. The bank-to-bank transfer service is a secure way for you or your family to pay the course fees in sterling (GBP) as well as in your local currency.

We work in partnership with Western Union® Business Solutions, offering a choice of 32 different currencies.

It is a very simple process: fill in the online form an...

Yes. The bank-to-bank transfer service is a secure way for you or your family to pay the course fees in sterling (GBP) as well as in your local currency.

We work in partnership with Western Union® Business Solutions, offering a choice of 32 different currencies.

It is a very simple process: fill in the online form and once it is complete, an instant quote will be provided. In order to use the service you must provide some details, including your name, date of birth, email address and ID number (this is the ID number you get when you confirm a booking with us). If you don’t know your ID number, fill in the form below.

The payment transfer can then be finalised by using online or telephone banking or requested in person at your local bank. If you don’t finalise the transfer, the deal quoted will automatically cancel after 72 hours.*

We will be sent the sterling value. 

You can start your payment here. If you have any questions, please fill in the form below and we will contact you soon.

*Please note this is not a cash payment. You will need to arrange a transfer through your bank.

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Q. How good is my level of English?

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We assess your level according to the "Common European Framework of Reference” (CEFR), which divides learners into six different levels, depending on their skills. These levels go from beginners (A1) to proficiency (C2). Below we list the equivalences to CEFR levels and to an...

We assess your level according to the "Common European Framework of Reference” (CEFR), which divides learners into six different levels, depending on their skills. These levels go from beginners (A1) to proficiency (C2). Below we list the equivalences to CEFR levels and to an IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC or Cambridge Examinations score:-

  • Beginners:  This is the lowest level in English. If you have never studied English before and need to start from scratch, this is your level. You probably know some basic English words and expressions, but you have never studied grammar and don’t have any pronunciation skills.  Equivalence: CEFR Level A1; IELTS score 1 – 2; TOEFL iBT score 12; TOEIC score 10 – 150
  • Upper-Beginners: You can communicate in a very basic way. You can only use present and maybe past simple verb tenses. You can talk about your daily life and routine. Equivalence: CEFR Level A2; IELTS score 3.0; TOEFL iBT score 20; TOEIC score 150 – 300

  • Intermediate: You understand general English and are fairly confident speaking. Your grammar and vocabulary skills are good enough for you to read and understand a wide number of subjects. You have some understanding of tone and style. You have already studied all the main verb tenses and feel confident making sentences, questions and clauses in all of them. Equivalence: CEFR level B1; IELTS score 4.5 - 5.5; TOEFL iBT score 55; TOEIC score 450 – 650; Cambridge PET
  • Upper-Intermediate: You use English effectively, but it still is not perfect. You are almost fluent and your English is very accurate. You can deal with everyday situations in English. You can have long conversations and discussions. You have an extensive vocabulary and if you do not know a word you can find a way of describing it. Equivalence: CEFR level B2; IELTS score 5.5 - 6.5; TOEFL iBT score 80; TOEIC score 650 – 800; Cambridge FCE

  • Advanced: This is the second highest possible level in English. At this level you can study on any degree or diploma-level course at an English-speaking university and you are able to work in an English-speaking environment. You can express yourself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for words. You can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects. Equivalence: CEFR level C1; IELTS score 6.5 - 7.5; TOEFL iBT score 93; TOEIC score 800 – 900; Cambridge CAE
  • Proficiency: This is the highest level recognised for foreign students. At this level you can study on any course up to and including Postgraduate level at an English-speaking university and you can work at an advanced level in an English-speaking environment. You can easily understand almost everything heard or read. You can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, as well as taking part in arguments and accounts in a coherent way. You can express yourself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely. Equivalence: CEFR level C2; IELTS score 7.5+; TOEFL iBT score 105; TOEIC score 900
     

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    Q. When do I get my certificate?

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    You will get a certificate upon completion of your course. Once you have completed and passed all your classes, we will give you a certificate to prove your new level and skills. Please contact us for more information.

    You will get a certificate upon completion of your course. Once you have completed and passed all your classes, we will give you a certificate to prove your new level and skills. Please contact us for more information.

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