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ESOL Intermediate (eve)

(SCQF level 4)

English as a Second Language (ESOL), Education and Humanities

Applications closed

Mode of Study

Evening

Start Date

7th Sep 2020, 12 weeks

Location

External Site

Cost

£ 195

Overview

This course will develop your English through more complex reading, writing and speaking tasks. Students will complete a research project and deliver a presentation.

Any prospective student who hasn’t been resident in an EU country for the last three years will be required to pay course fees at a higher rate, for more details contact the Finance Department on finance@cityofglasgowcollege.ac.uk or 0141 375 5194.

Please note the following:-

  • This course will be delivered online.
  • The college aims to maximise the success of learners in each course. For this reason, we control the student entry to find the most appropriate course.
  • The level the student selects on booking is only provisional.
  • ESOL lecturers will test students’ English skills at the very start of the course.
  • Where required, a student will move to a different level according to the decision of the ESOL lecturers.
  • It is a requirement that students attend the first classes of the course in order to be levelled accurately.
  • Students cannot join the course late without completing a level test.
  • Entry to the National 5 ESOL Exam Course is strictly limited to students who have already achieved ESOL National 4 Course (or equivalent).
  • Entry to the Higher ESOL Exam Course is strictly limited to students who have already achieved Grade A or B in ESOL National 5 Course (or equivalent).
  • Students must bring any ESOL certificates or qualifications to the classes. 
  • The courses from Sep to December are preparatory for the  Assessments and Exams for qualifications, which are in the second course: December to June.
  • In order to complete 36 weeks of learning, a student must book into both courses: September to December AND December to June.

Entry requirements

Minimum entry requirements

  • You should be able to show you have attained the English level below this course level. 

What you study

  • Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking in English.

After the course

Careers

A higher level ESOL course.

Teaching

How the course is taught

The first 12 weeks of the course will be taught online (subject to change).

  • Mode of Study:
    Evening
  • Start Date:
    7th Sep 2020, 12 weeks
  • Location:
    External Site
  • Cost:
    £ 195