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Global London College GLC

Address: 149 Fleet St, London EC4A 3DL

Description Global London College GLC

Well-known Global and Higher Education Center (GLC) provides high quality educational programs for students from all over the world. The institution is regulated and verified by the UK Ministry of Education, fully complies with modern high standards of service, academic preparation and comfortable living.

This small institute with a chamber, friendly, friendly atmosphere is located in London, on Fleet Street, in a safe and prestigious, respectable area. Excellent transport links are established with the central and other areas of the city, so walks, excursions and transfers will not be difficult.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Global London College GLC

Program name
from 631 £ / week
  • Minimal level: from Intermediate to Advanced
  • Intensity: 15 hours per week (Monday to Friday, morning or evening)
  • Duration: 2 to 45 weeks
  • Beginning of the course: on Mondays, all year round
  • Minimum age: 16 years
  • Class size: from 6 to 15 people.

The course of effective profile preparation for the international testing of the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) will help successfully pass the selected exam. The IELTS certificate is recognized all over the world, especially appreciated in English-speaking countries (UK, USA, New Zealand, Australia) and was adopted more than 20 years ago as a general standard for assessing language knowledge. It is also actively used for the issuance of work and student visas, for admission to training or for employment in foreign companies and organizations.

The training course will help you to concentrate on mastering the basic language skills and abilities, to deepen and update existing knowledge on grammar, vocabulary, phonetics and syntax. The skill of listening and reading develops, the vocabulary expands, pronunciation improves and accent is adjusted, written and spoken language is improved. Students also get acquainted with the structure and features of the exam, improve their strengths, emotionally prepare for the examination examination and increase their self-confidence and their own strength. Understand such topics as:

  • How to approach a task correctly
  • What Do Examiners Expect?
  • What you need and what not to do during testing
  • How to prepare for the execution of a written part
  • How to correctly allocate time in preparation and execution of tasks
  • Examples of correct and incorrect answers.
  • Minimum level for admission: from Beginner to Advanced
  • Intensity: 15 hours weekly (Monday to Friday)
  • Time for classes: morning or evening
  • Duration: 2 to 45 weeks
  • Beginning of the course: on any Monday, all the year round
  • Minimum age: 16 years
  • Class size: 6-15 people.

This course will allow developing specific skills and skills necessary for successful work in the international business sphere, for dealing with foreign partners. The program is especially useful for professionals who want to improve the language level, apply for a high and prestigious position, they want to get an international company.

All basic language skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) develops comprehensively, vocabulary and grammar, phonetics are studied (correct pronunciation is formed and the accent is eliminated), vocabulary is expanded - all training is conducted in a business context.

The course will allow you to learn how to build effective communication with your superiors and subordinates, skillfully distribute work tasks and manage your time, prepare and conduct presentations, lead meetings and negotiations. The main topics and directions of training are included in the following list:

  • Relationships with customers and customers
  • Business meetings and presentations
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Effective sales rules.
from 631 £ / week

Law Program

Combined profile course for legal, legal and legislative professionals. Professionals and active specialists will be able not only to improve the level of the English language (thematic sessions, dedicated to specific topics and aspects - for example, business English and specific vocabulary), but also to learn a lot of new and interesting information about international legal activities and structures.

Lessons are held on weekdays (Monday-Friday) from 9:00 to 17:00: coffee breaks are available (from 10:30 to 10:45), as well as lunch (12:15 - 13:15). In general, academic studies end for lunch - the rest of the study hours are devoted to interesting excursions, thematic lessons, seminars and professional meetings. On Saturdays, students are waited for by a long excursion for the whole day: usually a visit to Oxford or Cambridge, a visit to the resort town of Bath or shopping in the Bicester village. On Sunday, students relax, do homework; Departures are also held on Sundays.

Academic studies are devoted to various profile topics, linguistic and professional aspects:

  • Introduction to the English system of legislation and law
  • The judicial system of England and Wales
  • Civil and criminal law
  • Lawmaking process
  • The laws of the United Kingdom, their subtleties and features
  • Rights and duties of citizens, sources of laws
  • The Law on Compensation for Harm
  • Contract law
  • Family law
  • Consideration of specific legal cases and examples.

Within the framework of this program various excursions are organized - they can be both general, informative, and be thematic, aimed at studying the profile topics and knowledge:

  • Visit to the Royal Courts of Justice
  • Visiting Dr. Johnson House
  • Visit to Parliament (House of Parliament)
  • Visit to the oldest court of the capital Old Bailey
  • Tour of China Town
  • Visiting the expositions of the British Museum
  • Boat Cruise
  • Shopping in Convent Garden or on Oxford Street.

Banking Program

A specialized course for specialists of the banking sector will help you to learn profound vocabulary, acquire valuable knowledge on your topic and specialty, master business etiquette and business English features. This program is especially suitable for professionals who claim a high position or want to work successfully in the international sphere; For a full-fledged training you need to have a fairly high level of English.

Students are engaged on weekdays (Monday-Friday) from 10:30 to 15:30 - there is a coffee break (12: 30-12: 45) and lunch (13: 30-14: 00). As a rule, academic studies end already at noon at 12:15 pm - afternoons are devoted to excursions, walks, creative meetings and seminars, etc. On Saturdays, a long day excursion is arranged: it can be a trip to Oxford or Cambridge, world-famous university centers, shopping in the Bicester village or visiting the resort of Bath. On Sundays, students rest, time for homework, and departure on Sunday.

Academic studies are devoted to various fields of banking and finance:

  • Introduction to the English system of finance and business
  • Comparison of business schemes and financial structures
  • Marketing, use of credit cards
  • Marketing, SMM, Media
  • Supporting the latest technologies, their introduction into the banking system
  • P2P finance (Peer to Peer Finance)
  • Risk Management
  • Budget and subsidies
  • Protection and protection of the banking system
  • Types and methods of work, different approaches and techniques, subtleties of work in the international community
  • Financial settlement.

There are a lot of excursions - both overview and general cognitive, and thematic:

  • A sightseeing tour of London, an overview of its main attractions, monuments of culture and architecture, ancient and modern buildings and districts
  • "Financial heart of London" - business districts
  • Visit to Barclay Bank
  • Visit to Visit to the HSBC BANK.

At the end of the course, all students undergo final certification and receive a corporate certificate reflecting all achievements and successes.

Music, Art & Fashion in London

Students enrolled in this program will not only improve the level of English, but also learn a lot of new and interesting information about music, art and fashion in London. The English capital is one of the largest, most developed, original and unique cities in the world, which can not but be reflected in the art and creativity that literally every street is permeated here.

Academic studies imply the development of all basic, key skills: special attention is paid to developing speech and communication skills, improving pronunciation and expanding vocabulary, and vocabulary, grammar and syntax are also actively studied.

In addition, students attend elective classes on the subject of the course - art, fashion and music. In addition to lectures, students expect a large number of role-playing games, the attraction of modern interactive techniques, quizzes, presentations, watching movies and educational videos, even drawing. Examples of topics for cultural studies:

  • Fashion of the 20th century in the UK
  • Modern British art in the 20th century
  • Introductory course in the work of William Shakespeare
  • Famous painters
  • Legendary musical groups and bands
  • Fashion through the centuries: a cut of fashion trends and rules
  • Features of Shakespeare's plays
  • Great world artists-British, singers and musicians.

Within the framework of the cultural facultative program, a huge number of interesting excursions, tours and walks are organized:

  • Visiting the V & A Museum
  • Contemporary Art Gallery Tate Modern
  • A visit to the performance at the legendary Globe Theater, where Shakespeare himself began work
  • National Gallery
  • Visit to the Museum of Fashion and Textiles SE1
  • Visit to the opera, open theater in Regent's Park, musical performance
  • Visit to the Royal Academy of Arts
  • Visit the huge market Camden Market
  • Shopping in Harrods, visiting Hard Rock, shopping at Selfridge's and Kings Road.

To successfully master the program, you must have a level of English no less than 5-6 on the GESE scale.

Writers, Culture and Crime in Old London

A special combined course, providing not only English lessons, but also an active acquaintance with the culture and architecture of London, British literature and especially detective genre. Students learn all the basic language skills, paying special attention to grammar and syntax, as well as correct pronunciation (phonetics), learn to correctly apply words and expressions in the right context, expand vocabulary. There are separate cultural studies on various topics - they will allow you to more fully study the history and culture of the UK, key moments and main characters. In addition to lectures, students expect a large number of role-playing games, the attraction of modern interactive techniques, quizzes, presentations, watching movies and educational videos, even drawing. Examples of topics for cultural studies:

  • Charles Dickens: his works and his London
  • The Great London Fire - the look of a city dweller in 1666
  • Crime and punishment in old London
  • London through time - from closed dresses to mini
  • Great William Shakespeare: his works and works, influence on British culture and literature
  • Arthur Conan Doyle and his legendary Sherlock Holmes
  • Shakespeare's plays, features of productions
  • The importance of literature in the context of British art
  • Literary London
  • Cultural meetings, collections.

There are a lot of interesting and educational events, tours and excursions according to the topics of electives:

  • Dickens Museum, urban areas and objects appearing in his books and inspired the writer
  • Monument in honor of the Great Fire of 1666
  • City Royal Court
  • London Museum: visiting various expositions from the era of the dinosaurs to the ruling monarchy in the 1990s
  • Visiting the legendary Globe Theater and watching a play by Shakespeare
  • Visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum on Baker Street, 221b
  • Visit to the open theater in Regents Park
  • Visiting the British Library, acquaintance with the works of Da Vinci, Magna Carta, etc.
  • A walk through London, places that inspired famous writers, to houses where writers lived
  • Museum of the Sir John Soane Museum for Hogarth's, visit the exposition "The Rake's Progress".

To successfully master the program, you must have a level of English no less than 5-6 on the GESE scale.

Accommodation, housing and food

For students of Global London College, there are several options for comfortable and safe living:

1) The host family is English.

This is an excellent opportunity to practice your language skills on a daily basis In communication with the native speakers of English. Each family has been carefully selected and constantly checked, these are benevolent and law-abiding citizens, with warmth and care relating to their wards. You can choose one member in the family, parents with a child, an elderly or a young couple - you will live with those with whom you are most comfortable. A personal, fully furnished room (from "standard" to "premium" at will) is provided, the bathroom and laundry are shared, they can be used on an equal basis with the rest of the family. Meals are organized on a half-board basis: breakfasts and dinners 7 days a week (self-service can also be chosen). All houses are located in large areas of the city (transport zone 1,2,3).

2) Common residence.

Student residences are located in different areas of London, but are selected in such a way that there is a well-established urban infrastructure close by and there was a convenient path to the Global London College. Living in the residence will allow you to find many new friends, communicate with students from all over the world, learn more about other countries, cultures and nationalities.

Private rooms with a bathroom (plus a small kitchen) or studios are provided - the bedrooms can be designed for 1-3 people. The bedrooms have beds, wardrobes, work space (table and chair, bookshelves), bed-drawers for storing things; Internet access is available, most often in the rooms there is a TV. In the kitchens (in common use) there is a refrigerator, tables and chairs, a microwave, a vacuum cleaner, an ironing board, a small sofa or an armchair with a coffee table, a record and note board, and portable coffee tables. Common are the rest areas (with TV, game consoles and board games), free access to the gym, and laundry facilities (most often for an additional fee). The price includes:

  • Utility bills (water, gas and electricity)
  • Internet access
  • General insurance
  • All possibilities in the residence
  • Reception services.

3) Rented apartment or apartment.

This The option is suitable for independent, independent students who value silence and personal space. When resettlement is usually taken into account the international principle: students live together from different countries, which makes it possible to better know other cultures and nationalities, make new friends. Most of the apartments and apartments are located in busy areas within 1-3 transport zones.

Income already includes:

  • Utility bills (gas, electricity, water)
  • Internet use
  • Monthly general cleaning
  • Accommodation in a room for 1-3 people.

In apartments for students prepared:

  • Fully equipped and equipped kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Living room or patio for relaxation.

Please note that accommodation is only available For students 18 years and older.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Academic English, business, Business and management, business English, Classes in mini-groups, English, English for companies, English for work, finance, Finance and economics, General English, IELTS preparation, Individual english, Individual lessons, Intensive English, management, Preparation for TOEFL, Professional English, Strategic management

Equipment Global London College GLC

Global London College occupies three floors of a modern building, including its own cafeteria for students. The classrooms are equipped with modern technology and interactive equipment - everything that the students may need during the lessons, there is a computer class with modern PCs and a full set of software, quiet classes for independent work. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The cost of studying at Global London College is (per person for 1 week stay, the price is calculated for groups of up to 15 students with an accompanying person, the dates are from June to August):

1) Accommodation in a residence, intensity - 15 hours a week = 730 £. This price includes:

  • Living in a private room = 265 £
  • Meals - full board = 70 £
  • Tuition on the program = 225 £
  • Registration fee = 20 £
  • Meetings and departures (airport) = 20 £
  • Travel Oyster Card (1-3 zones) = 32 £
  • Full day excursion = 25 £ [999.18 ]
  • More activities = £ 50
  • Tuition fee = £ 20.

2) Accommodation in a host family (half board, double room of the "standard" class) = 631 £. This price already includes:

  • Accommodation = 190 £
  • Meals - half board = 49 £
  • Tuition on the program = 225 £
  • Registration fee = 20 £
  • Meetings and departure (airport) = 20 £
  • The Oyster Card (1-3 zones) = 32 £
  • Full day excursion = 25 £
  • Additional activities = 50 £
  • Tuition fee = £ 20.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

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)
  • 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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Recommendations on when to apply

Language courses, schools and children's language camps Primary and secondary education - private schools Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA
- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- 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)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- 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.
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