English Summer School
A 3-week fully residential programme. Refine your English language skills and make lifelong friends from all over the world.
Newbold’s three-week fully residential English Summer School will help you speak English more confidently, as you use it continuously in a variety of everyday situations.
You will receive an understanding of British culture, experience integrating with other English speakers, and partake in many social activities and trips. You will return home with a Certificate of Completion.
What will you study?
When you arrive, your English will be assessed. You will be placed in a class that is appropriate to your level - Elementary (A1) to Proficiency (C2).
You will have 15 hours of formal learning over 3 weeks in the following classes:
Grammar and vocabulary
- Reading and writing
- Speaking and listening
- British culture
- Creative communication
Duration: 3 weeks (Thursday 4 - Friday 26 July 2024)
Outcome: Certificate of Completition
Programme fees: £2,553.00
The fees are fully inclusive, covering tuition, textbooks, shared accommodation, three meals per day, all trips and activities.
Transport to and from Newbold are not included.
Mode of delivery: On-campus
Intake: Elementary (A1) to Proficiency (C2)
Mode of study: Full-time
Entry Requirements: You must be at least 18-years of age on arrival
I attended Summer School and it was absolutely worth it on all aspects. First of all, I improved my English. You learn English all the time and that's so nice! I loved the style of teaching, it was never boring, and always varied. Not only that, you get to meet people from all over the world. I made friends for life!"
To best support your learning experience, the content of the modules you study will be adapted to your competence level of English.
English Language (7 hrs/wk)
These classes focus on improving your understanding and command of English vocabulary, structure and grammar. They also address the skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Speaking and Listening (3 hrs/wk)
These classes develop your oral communication skills through listening assignments, conversation tasks and presentations.
Reading and Writing (3 hrs/wk)
These classes focus on your comprehension and composition skills. They provide opportunities to address different texts and practise various forms of writing.
Creative Communication (1 hr/wk)
You will be challenged to practise your English and develop your general communication skills through different creative group projects, such as visual arts, video, drama, and cooking. You will work together with students of different levels of English proficiency and learn through teamwork, intercultural communication, critical and creative thinking.
British Culture (1 hr/wk)
Peek into the past and present realities of life in the UK, as you put into practice what you’ve learned in language classes.
As your teachers are committed to provide you with the best learning experience, they will also arrange for some one-to-one meetings with you to discuss your progress and provide help where needed.
Independent Study Time
If you wish to improve your language skills significantly, just working in a class is not enough. You should plan to set aside some time for independent work outside of the classroom. You will need to complete your homework assignments, revisit your lectures, and take time to practise. This will help you succeed in learning English.
Typical Weekly Schedule
Unlock your potential, expand your horizons.
Not only will you gain proficiency in a new language, but you will also make connections and friendships with people from all over the world.
An intimate class setting, granting you access to teaching staff who are devoted to enriching your learning, your life and your spiritual development
- Daily campus fellowship through student programmes curated to evoke inspirational gathering and the meeting of similar minds.
- Immersive yet subconscious forms of learning and worship that are interlaced into every day across academia and student life – it is those late-night dorm conversations, the sharing of perspectives across the halls that will shape you for life.
How will you experience immersion?
Beyond structured learning in the classrooms, you will enjoy educational trips and social events where you will have the opportunity to communicate actively and creatively.
Our Intensive English Programme includes trips and events, such as:
• A musical in London’s West End
• Windsor Castle or Hampton Court Palace or another castle
• English tea party
• Sports, worships and more!