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Description : International foundation in Kings Brighton Language School

Kings Brighton Language School
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Kings Brighton Language School
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Accommodation type: host family, residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
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Description

Quick overview:

  • Start dates: September 11, January 8;
  • Duration of the program: 1 academic year (3 terms);
  • Small educational groups: 8-12 people;
  • Intensity of lessons: 21 hours of classes weekly + project and individual homework.

The Foundation program provides the following options as an effective preparation for a college or university:

1) Advanced Level Foundation:

The advanced course is similar in many respects to the classical A-level program and takes 3 terms: students choose their own subjects of highest priority, which they plan to continue studying at the chosen university and faculty. The main subjects of the course are:

  • Business;
  • Engineering Sciences;
  • Pharmaceutical and health sciences;
  • Architecture;
  • Communication and Media;
  • Humanities (social) sciences;
  • Mathematics;
  • Information and computer technologies (ICT).

As electives students have the opportunity to choose the following disciplines:

  • Communicative and academic skills;
  • Information technology and data processing;
  • Art and Design;
  • Biology;
  • Business;
  • Chemistry;
  • Economics;
  • Law and Political Sciences;
  • History;
  • Geography;
  • Right;
  • Mathematics;
  • Physics;
  • Psychology.

2) Extended Foundation:

The program combines the preparation and direct passage of the Foundation's core course: it is designed for 4-7 trimesters in total. Academic requirements here are slightly lower - students with IELTS scores from 4.0 to 5.0 (or an equivalent language certificate) can apply for the program.

1-4 trimester students spend on the preparatory program: improving language and communication skills, acquiring valuable academic skills, preparing for the IELTS exams, studying mathematics and information and computer science (ICT). Then, upon successful completion of the preparatory unit, for 3 trimesters students are trained on the standard Advanced Level Foundation.

3) International Business Foundation:

The program of preparation for colleges and universities for those students who are planning to master business directions and build a career in this field. The course takes 2-5 trimesters, depending on the level of the student's initial training (IELTS level is required from 4.0 to 5.5 - the less your course of study, the higher the level of basic training). The main attention is paid to the study of business disciplines, English (including business English, specific vocabulary), information and computer technologies (ICT), the development of communication and research skills.

4) Art Foundation:

The program is in 3 academic terms especially for students planning to get higher education in the field of art and creativity. Admission requirements are standard, the required level of English is 5.0 and higher on the IELTS scale. In addition to studying specialized subjects in the field of art (80% of school time), students improve academic skills and improve the level of English. The total intensity of the training is 21 lessons per week plus individual, project and group work, homework.

5) Art and Design Preparation Program:

The duration of this preparatory course is from 1 to 3 trimesters, depending on the level of the student's initial preparation (IELTS from 4.0-4.5 is required). The level of the English language (including the vocabulary of profile terms) is actively increasing, personal portfolio is being replenished and structured - an integral element of applicants' application to any profile higher education institutions and higher schools.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Completed secondary (school) education in 11-12 grades;
  • Age from 17 years and older;
  • The level of English is IELTS from 5.5 (for Writing and Reading blocks from 5.0).

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters - the dates are as follows:

  • Autumn: from September 11 to December 15 (vacation from October 21 to October 29 and December 16 to January 7);
  • Spring: from 8 January to 23 March (holidays from 15 to 18 February and from 24 March to 8 April);
  • Summer: the first part - April 9-June 15, the second part - June 18-August 3.

Summer (seasonal, vacation) courses are held from 18 June to 24 August.

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Annual
14-16
from 13 089 £ / term

Quick overview:

  • Start dates: annual course - June 20-21, September 11;
  • Duration of the program: 3-4 terms;
  • Small educational groups: 4-10 people;
  • Intensity: 40-42 lessons per week.

About the educational program: the program is aimed at completing the course of incomplete secondary education and obtaining a prestigious educational certificate GCSE (The General Certificate of Secondary Education). Typically, the program takes 2 years and is designed for international students aged 14-16, but at Kings Brighton students are encouraged to undergo an accelerated intensive one-year course.

List of subjects to study:

  • Art and Creativity;
  • Business;
  • English;
  • Geography;
  • History;
  • Information Technology;
  • Mathematics;
  • PSHE (health education);
  • Science (exact, natural, humanitarian);
  • Physical education and sport.

In addition, students have the opportunity to add to the curriculum a variety of electives, creative and sports sections, language classes and clubs. The total intensity of the training load is 40-42 hours per week.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Completed secondary education (9 grades);
  • Level of English from IELTS 5.0 and higher;
  • Passage of personal interview (personal or via Skype);
  • Age - from 15 years and older.

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters - the dates are as follows:

  • Autumn: from September 11 to December 15 (vacation from October 21 to October 29 and December 16 to January 7);
  • Spring: from 8 January to 23 March (holidays from 15 to 18 February and from 24 March to 8 April);
  • Summer: the first part - April 9-June 15, the second part - June 18-August 3.

Summer (seasonal, vacation) courses are held from 18 June to 24 August.

Annual
16-18
from 13 089 £ / term

Brief information:

  • Start dates: September 11, January 8;
  • Duration of the program: 2 years (6 terms);
  • Pupils in the class: 4-10 people;
  • Intensity of lessons: 20-25 hours of lessons weekly + project and individual homework.

About the educational course: The golden standard of British education is perhaps the best course of Sixth Form for high school students who plan to enter the most prestigious and elite universities in the UK and the world (for example, Oxford and Cambridge, medical faculties and higher schools). The depth of the A-level study gives students the opportunity to enter universities without additional entrance examinations and tests, and a small number of elective disciplines - as best as possible prepare for enrolling in a priority specialty or faculty.

In total, international students choose 3-5 most important subjects from the following list:

  • Art and Design;
  • Biology;
  • Chemistry;
  • Chinese language and culture;
  • Economics;
  • English Language and Literature;
  • Geography;
  • Law and Political Sciences;
  • History;
  • Mathematics;
  • Higher Mathematics;
  • Modern foreign languages ​​(French, German, Spanish or Portuguese);
  • Physics;
  • Psychology.

This course has several options:

1) The annual A-level:

The program starts on September 11 and lasts only 1 academic year (3 terms). Here you need a higher level of English (IELTS from 6.5), students are accepted from 17 years and older. Items for study - mathematics, higher mathematics, physics, chemistry and economics: from this list students choose the three most priority areas. For each subject there are 8 hours of lessons per week, additional homework, design and research activities, and time for individual lessons are provided.

2) Extended A-level:

You can start this program on the following dates: 9-10 April, 11 September, 8 January; The course takes 7-10 trimesters (preparation + training on a classical two-year course). Entry requirements - IELTS 3.5-5.0 (the less time you plan to study, the higher your initial training should be).

This course combines effective preparation for the main curriculum (1-4 terms) and the classic two-year A-level course (6 trimesters): an excellent option for students who are not completely sure in their academic or language knowledge. Students actively prepare for the IELTS examinations (for the enrollment in the A-level course, the examination score must be at least 5.5), develop academic skills, adapt to the new educational, linguistic and cultural environment. Significantly improve the skills of listening, speaking and writing, expanding vocabulary (including specific terminology for each subject), students learn to manage their time and properly organize a personal educational process. A rather wide range of academic subjects is being studied:

  • Humanities (history, geography, political science);
  • Business;
  • Natural sciences (biology, physics, chemistry);
  • Art and Creativity;
  • Sport and physical culture;
  • PSHE (health education).

Requirements for applicants:

  • Completed secondary education (10 classes) + report card with grades;
  • The level of English from IELTS 5.5 and above (blocks Reading and Writing - from 5.0);
  • Passage of personal interview (can be via Skype);
  • Age - from 16 years and older.

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters - the dates are as follows:

  • Autumn: from September 11 to December 15 (vacation from October 21 to October 29 and December 16 to January 7);
  • Spring: from 8 January to 23 March (holidays from 15 to 18 February and from 24 March to 8 April);
  • Summer: the first part - April 9-June 15, the second part - June 18-August 3.

Summer (seasonal, vacation) courses are held from 18 June to 24 August.

Quick overview:

  • Start dates: September 11, January 8;
  • Duration of the program: 1 academic year (3 terms);
  • Small educational groups: 8-12 people;
  • Intensity of lessons: 21 hours of classes weekly + project and individual homework.

The Foundation program provides the following options as an effective preparation for a college or university:

1) Advanced Level Foundation:

The advanced course is similar in many respects to the classical A-level program and takes 3 terms: students choose their own subjects of highest priority, which they plan to continue studying at the chosen university and faculty. The main subjects of the course are:

  • Business;
  • Engineering Sciences;
  • Pharmaceutical and health sciences;
  • Architecture;
  • Communication and Media;
  • Humanities (social) sciences;
  • Mathematics;
  • Information and computer technologies (ICT).

As electives students have the opportunity to choose the following disciplines:

  • Communicative and academic skills;
  • Information technology and data processing;
  • Art and Design;
  • Biology;
  • Business;
  • Chemistry;
  • Economics;
  • Law and Political Sciences;
  • History;
  • Geography;
  • Right;
  • Mathematics;
  • Physics;
  • Psychology.

2) Extended Foundation:

The program combines the preparation and direct passage of the Foundation's core course: it is designed for 4-7 trimesters in total. Academic requirements here are slightly lower - students with IELTS scores from 4.0 to 5.0 (or an equivalent language certificate) can apply for the program.

1-4 trimester students spend on the preparatory program: improving language and communication skills, acquiring valuable academic skills, preparing for the IELTS exams, studying mathematics and information and computer science (ICT). Then, upon successful completion of the preparatory unit, for 3 trimesters students are trained on the standard Advanced Level Foundation.

3) International Business Foundation:

The program of preparation for colleges and universities for those students who are planning to master business directions and build a career in this field. The course takes 2-5 trimesters, depending on the level of the student's initial training (IELTS level is required from 4.0 to 5.5 - the less your course of study, the higher the level of basic training). The main attention is paid to the study of business disciplines, English (including business English, specific vocabulary), information and computer technologies (ICT), the development of communication and research skills.

4) Art Foundation:

The program is in 3 academic terms especially for students planning to get higher education in the field of art and creativity. Admission requirements are standard, the required level of English is 5.0 and higher on the IELTS scale. In addition to studying specialized subjects in the field of art (80% of school time), students improve academic skills and improve the level of English. The total intensity of the training is 21 lessons per week plus individual, project and group work, homework.

5) Art and Design Preparation Program:

The duration of this preparatory course is from 1 to 3 trimesters, depending on the level of the student's initial preparation (IELTS from 4.0-4.5 is required). The level of the English language (including the vocabulary of profile terms) is actively increasing, personal portfolio is being replenished and structured - an integral element of applicants' application to any profile higher education institutions and higher schools.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Completed secondary (school) education in 11-12 grades;
  • Age from 17 years and older;
  • The level of English is IELTS from 5.5 (for Writing and Reading blocks from 5.0).

The academic year is divided into traditional British trimesters - the dates are as follows:

  • Autumn: from September 11 to December 15 (vacation from October 21 to October 29 and December 16 to January 7);
  • Spring: from 8 January to 23 March (holidays from 15 to 18 February and from 24 March to 8 April);
  • Summer: the first part - April 9-June 15, the second part - June 18-August 3.

Summer (seasonal, vacation) courses are held from 18 June to 24 August.

Quick overview:

  • Course duration: from 1 week;
  • Dates of the start of classes: every Monday;
  • Subject to the recruitment of a group of 4 people of the same level;
  • Entrance testing required;
  • Types of program: general or preparation to IELTS;
  • Classes are held Monday through Friday.

 

 

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