ESL General English - Westminster Kingsway College | Brighter Monday Learning

ESL General English

Westminster Kingsway College

Course Introduction

Westminster Kingsway College is accredited by the British Council and English UK

English for Non-Native Speakers (EFL/ESOL): Long Courses
These courses are for non-native English speakers (EU and worldwide) who want to improve their English language skills. Full time English classes run for 15 or 20 hours per week over 12, 24 or 36 weeks at our Soho or Victoria Centres in the heart of London. This will usually involve attending two separate classes to build a 15 or 20 hour programme. You will mix with a range of teachers and students as we agree a timetable to suit your needs.
The courses are offered at Entry 1 (Beginners), Entry 2 (Elementary/ Pre-intermediate), Entry 3 (Intermediate) and Level 1 (Upper Intermediate). Each level is carefully structured to help you:
· Improve your reading, writing, speaking & listening skills
· Develop your confidence to communicate in English in different situations (e.g. work, study, life in London)

Teaching & Learning: You will learn in small groups with other students who have the same level of English. At the College, our maximum class size is 24, but the average number of students is 18 and some classes are smaller. Our teachers are very experienced and they use the most up-to-date materials and a variety of approaches to make sure that your classes are interesting, motivating and effective. Classes include group, pair and project work and computer-based activities. Each centre also has a fully equipped Learning Centre, which students are encouraged to use.

  • Course
  • On Campus
  • City of London
  • Duration: 12 weeks
  • Start Date: Flexible
  • GBP 1,800

Where and when

Start DateLocation



Peter Street, London W1F 0HS,London

City of London,United Kingdom


What are the admission criteria?

You must be aged 16 years or older to take this course. When you arrive at the College, your level of English will be tested to ensure that you are in a class with people who have the same level of English as you. 16 to 17 year old students: The contact person for students in this age group is the onsite Programme Manager, who can be contacted via Course Information or the Learner Consultants team at the relevant College Centre.

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