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Why Study English?
Why Study English in the UK?
What kinds of English courses are on offer?
How will my English course be taught?
How can I be sure that the English course I choose will be of good quality?
Where can I study English?
How do I apply for an English course?

Where can I study English?
There are many types of accredited language institutions to choose from. Until the age of 16, you are likely to study at a language centre or independent school that offers summer or Easter vacation courses. After the age of 16, you can study at one of the following institutions:

Private Language Schools:
Offer long and short courses in English language for students at all levels.
State and Private Language Centres:
Offer short courses in English language, usually in the summer; often combining study with activities and cultural visits.
Independent Schools and Tutorial Colleges:
You could study a range of subjects at these institutions but all courses would include the use of English.
Further Education Institutions:
Offer a wide range of part-time and full-time courses at different levels of the English Language.
Students can also join native English speakers in academic and vocational courses, or combine a language and academic/ vocational course as part of an 'English Plus' course.
Higher Education Institutions:
Offer a wide range of part-time and full-time courses to those with English of an Intermediate standard or better.
Many offer English courses for Academic purposes.
You can also study English in your home country at a British Council English Teaching Centre. For details of your nearest centre, and to find out more about the types of courses on offer click here.

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