The Saint Clairs School in the most famous educational center, Oxford, is a prestigious British educational institution. It attracts the attention of foreigners with a high level of academic training, the possibility of in-depth study of a large number of subjects, an extensive program of extracurricular activities. Today in St. Clare's Oxford, children from 20 countries of the world study. The contingent of the educational institution is represented by more than four dozen nationalities.
Training in St. Clare's Oxford - an excellent opportunity to improve English, adapt to the future intensive university program, plunge into the British atmosphere. In Oxford, and in addition to studying there is something to do. The oldest university city, an hour's drive from London, has preserved its historical appearance. Its architecture is fascinating, museums, galleries reveal the secular secrets of British history, art. Not far from Oxford are other tourist-interesting cities: Stratford, Windsor, Bath. Here, weekend excursions for students in St. Petersburg are organized. Clare's Oxford.
The prestigious school in the center of Oxford is known for exceptional conditions of study, students' residence. The educational institution is accredited by the British Council, has a membership in the EnglishUK.
The two-year program includes the Theory of Knowledge aimed at developing students' ability to think critically, to study facts in a comprehensive and systematic way. Lessons are taught how to record lectures and prepare reports.
The IB program offers training on the Creativity, Action, Service - CAS course (creativity, action, services) that encourages students to develop their creative direction. The course offers the possibility of increasing motor activity and regular sports activities. Also, the students of the course are taught the skills of charitable activities.
The use of logical methods and methods of analysis is a characteristic feature of IV. Independent researches of students and carrying out of scientific experiments become a basis of term papers. The IB program prepares conscious members of society who have a brilliant education and an active lifestyle. Universities prefer to accept these students because of their excellent analytical skills and high social responsibility.
A diploma confirming the successful completion of the International Baccalaureate program can be obtained after the surrender of 3 subjects at the level of H and 3 subjects of the level S. One course work, the delivery of several research projects and two works on the theory of knowledge are provided. Within the framework of the course "Creativity, action, services" the students work 150 hours.
The program includes two levels that study three subjects. English literature and literature in their native language is the only subject that is studied both at the general level of S, and at the highest level of N.
At level S, Chinese or Spanish are studied. Level H offers to study German, English, French or Spanish. At the general level, humanitarian policy represents world politics, and the level of N provides knowledge on business and management. Mathematics, economics, physics, geography, psychology, biology, history and chemistry can be held at any level. Astronomy is taught at the general S-level.
For further admission to the university, students are also offered an elective subject that can be studied at any level: art or art theory, foreign language, music, information technology in the world community, natural science subjects.
After conducting independent research students write the final course work (Extended Essay). The topic is chosen by the student, and the supervisor suggests the methods of conducting the study and analysis. The size of labor is not less than 4 thousand characters.
The program is designed for foreigners who plan to study at British universities. The main goal of the course is to familiarize with the academic system of education in the UK and improve the level of English. A wide range of subjects is available for the student's choice.
The study of priority for admission to the university disciplines is held at an accelerated pace, for one year. The Foundation programs take into account the requirements of British universities and employers' wishes for a specific profile of specialties.
The main direction of the Foundation is international relations, business.
The College offers several English language programs for students of all ages. There are also training courses for the IB program and for the IELTS exam. During the training, excursions, a sports program and a variety of leisure activities are planned.
Information on the course:
Age: 17+ (18+ in the summer)
Level of English: Intermediate +
Course duration: 2 to 12 weeks
Beginning: each Month from September to May and almost every week in the summer
Number of students in the group: max 12
Number of lessons: 21 per week (1 lesson = 55 min)
Spending the summer in Oxford is a chance not to be missed! It is therefore not surprising that places in this English course are in high demand.
Duration: 3 - 6 weeks
English lessons: 18 per week
Level of proficiency in English. Elementary to advanced
Number of students in the group: not more than 15
1 lesson - 55 min
Spend an unforgettable summer with other teens from around the world learning English!
Summer Course of General English. - this is The most popular English language course. For teenagers, combining language learning with various activities and excursions
Duration: 2 - 9 weeks
English lessons: 21 per week
Level of English proficiency. Elementary to advanced
Number of students in the group: no more than 15
1 lesson - 55 min
course for a more serious student, allowing to combine the acquired skills of possession Language with various activities and excursions.
Duration: 3 weeks
English lessons: 25 a week
The level of English proficiency. Language: intermediate to advanced
Number of students in the group: not more than 12
1 lesson = 55 mins
Summer at the St. Clare's - an unforgettable experience! Courses English. For adults consist of:
The price of the course includes: tuition (lessons and teaching materials) + accommodation (at the residence or family) + lunch (Monday-Friday) + activities (1 excursion per week, sport) + insurance[ 999.167]
* all data on prices for 2014.
Students are offered accommodation in residences near the school in a double apartment. Facilities in the buildings are on the floor. Children also have the opportunity to live in rooms with private facilities, single rooms (for an additional fee, the number of seats is limited). Homestay accommodation is also provided for children under the age of 18.
The meals in the school are organized according to the principle of full boarding. On weekends, children are offered breakfast, dinner.
Cost of living:
Saint Clairs School is:
Clare's Oxford 10 training and 15 residential buildings. The educational center has an internal structure that is optimal for the organization of the children's stay and the educational process. In the residences the rooms are equipped with everything necessary for comfortable living. In each building there are rest rooms with TV, video, a cafeteria with a varied menu and so on. The training classes are equipped with modern interactive technology. Also in school there is a multimedia class.
The academic year of the International Baccalaureate program begins August 27-28. The fall semester ends on December 13th. The spring semester includes the period from January 4 to March 28. After a two-week vacation, the summer semester starts and runs from April 12 to June 13.
When choosing a course at the St. Clairs School, additional items should be considered in payment. The deposit for joining the college is 2,5 thousand pounds sterling. Significant funds are needed for foreign students to pay for additional English classes. English as Foreign Language. Each trimester needs to pay 1200 English pounds. The registration fee is 250 £, and textbooks and allowances must be paid up to £ 500. Students also contribute a deposit in the amount of the cost of training for one semester. Laggard students pay individual lessons. It is also necessary to allocate funds for the exams to 430 pounds sterling.
Required documents, depending on the type of institution:
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- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
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- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively
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- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.