Nottingham English School

English Summer School at the Nottingham English School (June - August 2017)

Our long established and very popular English Summer School Course provides classes for Beginners right through to Advanced Level, alongside a range of social activities to develop your English for work, study or leisure.

  • British Council Accredited courses
  • Various start dates throughout this summer - start on either 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st of July, or 7th August 2017
  • Flexible study - you can take part in summer school for either 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 weeks - whichever you feel is right for you
  • Explore Nottingham and the UK with our vibrant and active social activities programme
  • Available to anyone aged 16 and upwards
  • Make new friends from around the world
  • Maximum of 16 students per class
  • Choose your preferred course - you can apply for either a Summer School General English course (15 hours) or a Preparation for Summer School IELTS course (6 hours) – or you can combine both the General English and IELTS courses together (21 hours).

Apply now!

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Please note: once you have clicked through to the summer school application page, please give as much information as possible in the first stage of the application. You will then be sent your secure login details via email to fully complete your application.

Need help applying?

If you are having trouble with the application process please get in touch with our helpful and friendly International Team who are hand to help you through the process.

Call: (0)115 838 0596

What to expect from the Summer School course?

The Summer School General English courses take place from 9am - 12.30pm, Monday to Friday, and helps you improve your Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Skills.

For example, a typical weekly programme of Summer School General English would cover:

  • Speaking – one to one, group, and class discussion, this will help improve your confidence, pronunciation and fluency.
  • Listening – various exercises to help you listen and understand the words you hear.
  • Vocabulary – learn the correct words you need to communicate clearly.
  • Writing and Grammar – gain confidence to understand various texts, and the skills you need to write English clearly.

There will be projects and homework to encourage you to learn outside as well as inside the classroom. There will be modern interactive software as well as traditional textbooks to work through, and you will receive a college certificate at the end of your studies. Apply for Summer English School here.

Want to know more about our courses?

Please download our English Language Programme brochure here.

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