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Oxford International UIC Brighton UIC Brighton (ISIS Brighton)

Address: 10 Brunswick Place, Brighton East Sussex, BN3 1NA
Official representatives. Submission of documents and admission free of charge

Description Oxford International UIC Brighton UIC Brighton (ISIS Brighton)

Oxford International Language Center UIC Brighton is a language school for students aimed at serious intensive education. In the training center, everyone becomes part of a small, friendly team in which mentors encourage students to achieve a high level of language proficiency. The atmosphere in Oxford International UIC Brighton is a distinctive feature of the school.

The training center in Brighton has been working since 1999. The school respects the highest British and world educational standards. The quality of students' training here is very high, as in other language schools in the UIC network. Education in the school takes place in a beautiful building in the historic part of the city. From the windows of the classrooms there is a magnificent view of the sea. From the school in 5 minutes you can reach the center of the university town of Brighton. Here you will find business, entertainment infrastructure, the main historical, cultural attractions.

Training at Oxford International UIC Brighton is an excellent opportunity to improve your English, immerse yourself in the cultural environment of the south of England, recharge your energy, the energy of the amazing seaside resort town, known as one of the main educational centers of the country.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Oxford International UIC Brighton UIC Brighton (ISIS Brighton)

Program name
Date
Age
Cost

Short information. Intensive general English course for teenagers, youth and adults.

About the course. The program is aimed at developing basic language skills. A course lasting 1 to 50 weeks (30 hours a week) is suitable for preparing for university studies, for an internship in the UK. It allows you to quickly develop the skills of spoken English.

Students age: 16+.

Start dates: All the year round on Mondays.

[999.17 ] Admission requirements: Initial level of English proficiency.

Learning outcomes: free everyday communication in English.

Class size: up to 15 students.

[ 999.29] The duration of the lesson: 45 minutes.

Cost: Registration fee: £ 45

1 to 4 weeks: £ 267 per week. 5 - 8 weeks: £ 249 per week.

9 -12 weeks: £ 230 per week. 13 - 23 weeks: £ 210 per week

24 weeks or more: £ 200 per week

Annual
16+
from 194 £ / week

Short information. Preparation for exams for students with different levels of English proficiency. The duration of the course is from 1 to 50 weeks (15 hours a week 09.30 - 13.00).

About the course. The specificity of the course depends on the direction of preparation. Each program includes the examination of the main examination topics and the study of common linguistic aspects.

Students age: 16 years.

Start dates: year-round on Mondays.

Requirements for admission: the level of English is not lower than CEFR B1.

The result of training: psychological, academic readiness for testing, obtaining a high score in the exam.

Class size: up to 12 students.

Lesson duration: 45 minutes

[ 999.34] Price: Registration fee: £ 45

1 - 4 weeks: £ 176 per week. 5 - 8 weeks: £ 159 per week

9 -12 weeks: £ 143 per week. 13 to 23 weeks: £ 131 per week

24 weeks or more: £ 126 per week

Annual
16+
from 1 050 £ / week

Short information. Preparation for exams for students with different levels of English proficiency. The duration of the course is from 1 to 50 weeks (15 hours per week).

About the course. The specificity of the course depends on the direction of preparation. Each program includes the examination of the main examination topics and the study of common linguistic aspects.

Students age: 16 years.

Start dates: year-round on Mondays.

Requirements for admission: the level of English is not lower than CEFR B2.

The result of training: psychological, academic readiness for testing, getting a high score on the exam.

Class size: up to 12 students.

Lesson duration: 45 minutes

[ 999.34] Price: Registration fee: £ 45

Cambridge Exam 20: 6 weeks - £ 1050; 10 weeks - £ 1570

Cambridge Exam 30: 6 weeks - £ 1338; 10 weeks - £ 1980

Annual
16+
from 1 050 £ / week

Short information. Preparation for exams for students with different levels of English proficiency. The duration of the course is from 1 to 50 weeks (15 hours per week).

About the course. The specificity of the course depends on the direction of preparation. Each program includes the examination of the main examination topics and the study of common linguistic aspects.

Students age: 16 years.

Start dates: year-round on Mondays.

Requirements for admission: the level of English is not lower than CEFR B2.

The result of training: psychological, academic readiness for testing, getting a high score on the exam.

Class size: up to 12 students.

Lesson duration: 45 minutes

[ 999.34] Price: Registration fee: £ 45

Cambridge Exam 20: 6 weeks - £ 1050; 10 weeks - £ 1570

Cambridge Exam 30: 6 weeks - £ 1338; 10 weeks - £ 1980

Short information. Personal lessons on student-friendly graphics.

About the course. The direction of instruction, specificity, intensity is determined by the student's language needs. The course allows to make the program of language training as convenient and effective as possible.

Students age: 16 years of age.

Start dates: after lunch

Requirements for Enrollment: the course is available to students with any level of basic language training.

The result of the training: depends on the priorities, objectives of the student.

Class size: 1 person.

The length of the lesson is 45 minutes (the length of the lessons may vary).

] Cost:

1 lesson - £ 60

Accommodation and food

The language center of Aisis Brighton offers accommodation in a family and a residence. Each variant is presented in several price categories.

Residence Phoenix Residence is distinguished by reasonable prices for accommodation, convenient location (500 m from the coast), proximity to the center of cosmopolitan Brighton. Accommodation here is offered to students of summer courses. There are 8 rooms in the Phoenix Residence. Each is equipped with everything necessary for comfortable living. The accommodation option is optimal for students who are independent and who prefer self-service.
In the Valley View Guest House students who want to live closer to school can stay. Single rooms are offered in the residence. Wi-Fi is available in the building. Kitchens and bathrooms are shared. They are located in blocks of 1 to 4 rooms. The residence provides year-round accommodation.
Brighton City Center is located next to the language school. The residence offers comfortable modern apartments with double beds, refrigerators, safes, amenities. Additional services include laundry, a bar (cafe). Wireless internet is available for free.
Family accommodation is also designed for students with different budgets. The options differ mainly in the remoteness of the home from school. In the family, students are offered separate rooms with or without a bathroom. Meals are organized on a half-board basis (breakfast only is possible).

The cost of living:

  • homestay accommodation, single room, shared bathroom, breakfast only - £ 130 per week .; Meals 2 meals a day - £ 150 per week. (The peak season July-August is followed by an additional charge of £ 20 per week);
  • Homestay, double room, shared bathroom, breakfast only - £ 120 per week .; Meals 2 times a day - £ 130 per week. (Peak season July - August goes additional mark-up £ 20 per week);
  • Homestay, single room, private shower, breakfast only - £ 220 per week .; Meals 2 meals a day - £ 240 per week. (Peak season July - August goes additional mark-up £ 20 per week).
  • Student Residence at Brighton City Center residence (18+), no meals, single room, own shower - £ 230 per week;
  • Residence in Phoenix Residence residence (18+), available only in summer, no extra charge, no meals, single room, own shower, - £ 239 per week. (From 05/07/2015 to 29/08/2015);
  • accommodation at the Valley View student house (18+), single room, shared bathroom - £ 175 per week. (February, March, April - £ 145 per week);
  • accommodation in the student house Terries (18+), shared bathroom, single room - £ 195 per week, double room (only for students traveling together) - £ 185 per week.

    Subjects, specialties

    Subjects list: General English, IELTS preparation, Preparation of CAE and FCE

    Events Oxford International UIC Brighton UIC Brighton (ISIS Brighton)

    In the resort of Brighton there is no time to be bored. The school recommends to its students excursions to museums, galleries, cognitive walks in the historical areas of the resort and university center. From visiting excursions the London, Cambridge direction is popular.

    Daily routine
    Sessions are held in the morning and afternoon. There are breaks between the training modules. Free time students can devote to excursions, walks, beach rest.

    Advantages

    • Intensive training courses.
    • High quality of academic training.
    • Opportunity to combine English study and beach vacation (in summer), excursion (all year round).
    • A variety of accommodation options (budget, standard, luxury).
    • Multicultural environment: students from all over the world study here, the school can accept up to 150 students at a time.

    Equipment Oxford International UIC Brighton UIC Brighton (ISIS Brighton)

    The school has 9 classrooms, self-training room with a computer connected to the Internet, a computer class. In the classrooms there are interactive whiteboards. All materials necessary for teaching the students are provided. For relaxation there is a cozy lobby.

    Term dates and fees

    Dates of the trimesters:

    TERM 1 5th Jan - 27th Mar; TERM 2 30th Mar - 26th Jun;

    TERM 3 29th Jun - 25th Sep; TERM 4 28th Sep - 18th Dec

    Holidays and non-working days of the school:

    Christmas 2014 from 20 Dec 2014 to 04 Jan 2015 (school re-opens on 05 Jan 2015 )

    Happy Easter 03 Apr

    Monday Easter 06 April

    Bank Holiday 04 May

    Bank Holiday 25 May

    Bank Holiday 31 Aug

    Christmas 2015 19 Dec 2015 - 3 Jan 2016 (opens on 4th Jan 2016)

    Additional fees:

    • deposit
    • transfer - from £ 85 (one way)
    • registration fee - £ 45
    • the supervision of the
    • visa fees and services

    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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    Oxford International UIC Brighton UIC Brighton (ISIS Brighton) reviews

    (02.02.2016 15:12:13) Elena Krivdina
    Good day, help pick up the program for the summer, the dates from June 10 to July 24, the child is 14 years old, for 3 weeks. Learning English . We can call only from Italy. Territorial Suitable Switzerland, but we plan to spend no more than 4 thousand euros. Maybe there is an action? Tell me what is possible for us? And if you stay at the school of Leonard Davinci, in Italy, the level of English? Do you advise? Is it real to send one child (from Milan) to Malta for example? Thanks, Regards Elena
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