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Cheltenham College Cheltenham College

Address: GL53 7LD
Official representatives. Submission of documents and admission free of charge

Description Cheltenham College

Year of foundations ania: 1841
Location: Cheltenham, Gloucestershire county
Age: 13-18 years
Type of training: joint
Number of students: 600, 15% - foreigners
Programs: high school, GCSE, A-level
Accommodation: Boarding house
Cost: from 11250 GBP per term with accommodation
Rating:
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Cheltenham College is a private school known for its high level of academic training. 95% of its graduates continue their studies in the UK in prestigious universities, many become students of the best universities in the world.

Cheltenham College was founded as an elite school for aristocratic children in the 19th century. Today, the institution adheres to traditions, but at the same time it meets all the requirements of the modern educational system. Every year foreign students from different countries come to the school. Children go to college at 13, 14, 16 years old. The institution is proud of the multicultural community, supports foreign students. For their comfortable learning, accommodation, adaptation, all conditions are created here.

Cheltenham College confirms its reputation year after year. This joint school in Gloucestershire offers training in GCSE, A-level programs. The results of final examinations at the school are among the best in the county. About 7% of pupils continue their studies at Cambridge and Oxford University.

The process of studying in prestigious and expensive Cheltenham College is based on traditional academic principles. At the same time, the attention of schoolchildren, in addition to basic studies, offers research projects, a sports program. There are many circles in the school. They enable children to concentrate on in-depth study of interesting disciplines (mathematics, geography, natural sciences, literature, politics, history, etc.). The work of teachers is not limited to classical teaching. They do not just train the pupils of the school, but orient them towards a future career.

Extra-curricular activities make the school life interesting, bright. Creative, sports sections work on an ongoing basis. They allow children with any level of ability to improve in the field of interest, be it theater, music, design or sports (swimming, squash, cricket, rugby, hockey, etc.).

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Cheltenham College

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
07.09.2015 -24.06.2016
11-14
from 11 250 £ / term

College curricula are aimed at the implementation of two main goals: deep, fundamental education and the formation of a harmonious personality.

For 13-14-year-olds, curricula are formed in such a way that the interrelations between subjects allow the child to develop and Humanitarian direction, and in the natural sciences. The ninth year of study includes mastering two foreign languages, three exact disciplines and the Latin language. The schoolchildren, who have reached the age of 14 to 16, undergo 10 academic disciplines: 3 natural sciences, English and literature, French, and mathematics. The school also offers 4 subjects to choose from and classes for general development: theater, design, physical development, art. The study of two foreign languages ​​is considered mandatory in the school.

07.09.2015 -24.06.2016
14-16
from 10 950 £ / term

General Certificate of Secondary Education - the official certificate confirming incomplete secondary education. His receipt testifies to the successful completion of studies in the 8th to 9th grade. In one or two years of the program, students study 3 main subjects: academic English, a foreign language and mathematics. Additional disciplines can be chosen depending on their own talents and university requirements, in which the teenager plans to enter. As an additional Cheltenham College offers up to 70 electives, but especially popular among children is physics, economics, business, literature, biology, chemistry, accounting and law. The certificate of incomplete secondary education can be obtained by passing 2 subjects from the compulsory and 3 to 5 from the list of additional disciplines.

The success of college education is determined by active work in the classrooms and laboratories, the originality of independent projects and the quality of domestic work. The curriculum provides for frequent testing and verbal checks. Having passed a nationwide uniform examination, students can count on receiving the GCSE.

After 11 years of study, students can take the International GCSE (an international version of the British GCSE), which will allow them to receive education abroad. At International GCSE, children take English literature, science and mathematics. To receive the UK Certificate of Part-time Secondary Education GCSE, you need to finish the rest of the items from the mandatory list.

07.09.2015 -24.06.2016
16-18
from 11 250 £ / term

The two-year program is designed to prepare applicants for admission to universities. The A-level certificate allows you not to pass the entrance exams, as its presence indicates a high level of academic British education.

Most high schools in the UK offer A-level to their students. The content of the program is unified and is the same for all colleges in the country. The number of subjects is small, since the emphasis is on the breadth of knowledge. The choice of each subject is determined by the student depending on the further specialty, and the study is intensive and profound.

In the first year, students master 4 basic subjects, in the second year - three. Cheltenham College offers a large selection of non-priority subjects, but recommends not taking close ones on subjects, so as not to disturb academic balance. As additional disciplines, students often choose those who are in the field of knowledge of their future profession.

After 12 years of training (AS-level), students take 4 exams in the subjects studied during the year. At 17-18 years, after 13 years of study, a successful passing of three exams is mandatory. The college offers a list of 24 electives, so that students themselves define their specialization, which will be devoted to the years of study at the university.

Accommodation and food

Accommodation in the school is organized in 10 buildings. 8 of them are occupied by students in full board. In 2 buildings there are students of full-time education. Each residence has everything you need to communicate with your peers, comfortable rest. The school staff tries to make living in its walls as comfortable as possible for British children and foreigners. Comprehensive support is provided to schoolchildren. This begins with the selection of the residence. At Cheltenham College all the wishes of children and parents for accommodation are taken into account.

Subjects and sport

Subjects list: Advanced mathematics, Ancient Greek, art, Art and design, biology, Bookkeeping, business, Business research, chemistry, Classical civilization, design and technology, Dramatic art, economics, English, English literature, ethics, French, geography, Higher mathematics, history, History of art, Informatics and Communication, Italian language, Latin language, maths, modern languages, philosophy, physics, Policy and government, psychology, Religious studies, right, Russian language, Spanish, sports science
Events list: Arts and crafts, Athletics, badminton, ballet, chess Club, Cooking Club, cricket, cross, Dramatic circle, fitness, football club, golf, horseback riding, Intellectual club, Jazz band, karate, music studio, netball, polo, rowing, rugby, Scientific research group, shooting club, skiing, Squash, swimming, Team games, tennis, water polo,  Mountain bike

Advantages

  • The high level of academic preparation of students.
  • Great opportunities for self-development (both in studies, and in creativity, sports).
  • Comfortable learning and living conditions.
  • ] Combination of traditional and modern teaching methods.
  • Full immersion in the educational environment of England.

Equipment Cheltenham College

The school has everything necessary for high-quality academic training of pupils on the proposed programs. This applies to teaching materials, interactive, other resources. For leisure and sports on campus there is also necessary equipment and places. On the territory of Cheltenham College, as in other bestcolleges in the UK , a heated swimming pool, several tennis courts, a sports complex, a theater, a concert hall, sports grounds, a gym, a climbing wall, a boat station.

Term dates and fees

The academic year in the college provides three trimester. Autumn traditionally begins on September 1 and lasts until December 12. The holidays are scheduled from October 17 to November 2. The next cycle of training opens on the spring trimester on January 11 and ends on March 20. Students from February 13 to February 22 will have their rest. The last, summer, trimester will come on April 13. The rest break is scheduled from May 23 to June 1, and the long-awaited completion of the school year is scheduled for June 27.

Before choosing the curriculum of a college, it is worthwhile to familiarize yourself with the necessary additional expenses. Payment for classes in English for foreign citizens (English as Foreign Language) traditional - 1,2 thousand pounds sterling for trimester. You must pay £ 75 for registration. A few items on the list of expenses will constitute a semester deposit, payment of guardianship and registration in the tutor council.

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
university
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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Your comment/review/question:
(24.03.2016 12:10:15) Natalie
Hello, I am interested in the summer language camp for a child of 12 years in the school
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Answers:
(24.03.2016 12:28:06 ) Yuliya
Hello Natalia, Which country are you interested in? For how long do you want to send your child to a language camp?

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