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St. Giles International Language School in Brighton

Address: 1-3 Marlborough Place Brighton Sussex BN1 1UB UK
Official representatives. Submission of documents and admission free of charge

Description St. Giles International Language School in Brighton

St. Giles International Language School in Brighton was opened in 1995. Today, it's one of the most famous, high-ranked language school in Brighton. The school is often chosen by many students from all over the world due to high quality language preparation and convenient location.

St. Giles International Language School is located in the city center just a short walk from the sea coast. In the walking distance from the language school there are also theaters, shops, restaurants, cafes, museums of Brighton. The school offers a variety of entertainment programs, so students will not feel bored. In the school itself, students' leisure is also organized. It offers interesting excursion programs, various extracurricular activities. Studying in St. Giles International Language School is a great opportunity to combine improvement of English with exciting holidays.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in St. Giles International Language School in Brighton

Program name
Date
Age
Cost

Short information. The course lasts from 1 to 23 weeks with an intensity of 15 to 28 lessons per week.

About the course. The training program involves the consideration of common linguistic aspects. Basic lessons can be combined with individual ones.

Students age: over 16 years of age.

Start Dates: Every Monday.

Requirements for Admission: Level of English from Beginner to High.

The result of the training: improvement of the basic language skills.

Class size: 9 - 12 people.

The length of the lesson is 50 minutes.

Cost:

The registration fee is £ 60

1 week (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.40) - £ 433 per week

2-3 Ned. (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.40) - £ 366 per week

4-7 ​​weeks. (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.40) - £ 320 per week

8-11 weeks. (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.40) - £ 303 per week

12-15 weeks. (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.40) - £ 293 per week

16+ weeks (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.40) - £ 271 per week

Brief information. Course duration of 24 weeks or more with a high intensity of classes.

About the course. The program provides for high-quality language, as well as academic preparation for the university in business, economic specialty.

Students age: over 18 years.

Start dates: every month

Admission requirements: English level from beginner to high.

Study result: English proficiency in order to achieve the objectives.

Class size: 9 - 12 people.

Read moreLesson duration: 50 minutes.

Cost:

The registration fee is £ 60 [ 999.27]

24 weeks (28 lessons per week from 9.00 to 15.30) - £ 5316

General English plus English for Business

Short information. Programs are focused on specialists in a particular field of activity.

About the course. The course provides for professional language training. The programs are designed taking into account the specifics of business, tourism activities. It is directed mainly on development of communicative skills, literate written, oral speech.

Students age: over 18 years.

Start dates: -

Requirements for admission : The level of English from medium to high.

Learning outcomes: Improvement of professional language skills.

Class size: up to 12 people.

] Lesson duration: 50 minutes.

Cost: Registration fee is required - £ 60

2 to 12 weeks: 28 lessons per week (20 morning Common English + 8 English for business after lunch) - £ 414 / n [ 999.41]

Course Platinum

Short information. Programs for business people, managers, corporate clients.

About the course. The course provides for two areas of study: general English with a focus on business vocabulary, thematic programs for corporate clients (specificity is determined by the scope of activity and the needs of the customer).

Students age: over 21 years old.

Start Dates: Every Monday

Requirements for enrollment: The level of English from medium to high.

[ 999.65] The result of the training: fluency in professional English.

Class size: up to 5 people.

The length of the lesson is 50 minutes.

The cost: Registration fee is payable - £ 60

1 week: 35 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 998 2 weeks: 35 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 967

30 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 86030 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 836

25 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 721 ] 25 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 705

20 lessons per week (9.00-16.45) - £ 577 20 Lessons per week (9.00-16.45) -Private lessons for 2-3 persons - £ 45 per person per lesson £ 999.111

999.120]

Annual
16+
from 372 £ / week

Short information. Program for students who need to improve their English before IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE / CAE / CPE, Cambridge BEC.

About the course. The preparatory course assumes consideration of those taken for a specific exam. The program also provides for the development of common language skills.

Students age: over 16 years of age.

Start Dates: 5 Jan 2 Feb 2 Mar

[ 999.17] 7 Apr 5 May 1 Jun

6 Jul 3 Aug 1 Sep

28 Sep 26 Oct 23 Nov

Coping with managers

Enrollment requirements: level of English from elementary to high.

Study result: readiness for language exam.

[ 999.40] Class size: up to 12 people.

Duration of the lesson: 50 minutes.

Cost: Registration fee is taken - £ 60

8 - 12 weeks, 20-28 of the loot. In a week (20 level of preparation for IELTS in the morning + 8 ur. Basic English after lunch ) - £ 414 / week [999.63 ]

Annual
16+
from 414 £ / week

Short information. Program for students who need to improve their English before IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE / CAE / CPE, Cambridge BEC.

About the course. The preparatory course assumes consideration of those taken for a specific exam. The program also provides for the development of common language skills.

Students age: over 16 years.

Start dates: May 11 and October 12

[999.17 ] Admission requirements: level of English from elementary to high.

The result of the training: readiness for the language exam.

Class size: up to 12 people

Lesson duration: 50 minutes.

[ 999.34] Price: Registration fee is payable - £ 60

4 weeks, 20-28 of the lvl. Per week (20 level of preparation for TOEFL in the morning + 8 lv of the main English after lunch) - £ 414 / week

Short information. Program for students who need to improve their English before IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE / CAE / CPE, Cambridge BEC.

About the course. The preparatory course assumes consideration of those taken for a specific exam. The program also provides for the development of common language skills.

Students age: over 16 years.

Start dates: -

Requirements for admission : The level of English from elementary to high.

The result of the training: readiness for the language exam.

Class size: up to 12 people.

Lesson duration: 50 minutes.

Cost : The registration fee is registered - £ 60

Jan-13 Mar (10 weeks, 28 $ / week) - £ 2900

[999.43 ] 23 Mar-12 Jun (12 weeks, 28 U / W) - £ 3360

14 Sep-4 Dec (12 Weeks, 28 Weeks / Week) - £ 3360

14 Mar, 10 Jun, 21 Aug, 2 Dec- Dates for written tests and listening, for date test dates are not specified - £ 149

02.01.2018 -16.03.2018 19.03.2018 -15.06.2018 10.09.2018 -07.12.2018
16+
from 334 £ / week

Short information. Program for students who need to improve their English before IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE / CAE / CPE, Cambridge BEC.

About the course. The preparatory course assumes consideration of those taken for a specific exam. The program also provides for the development of common language skills.

Students age: over 16 years.

Start dates: -

Requirements for admission : The level of English from elementary to high.

The result of the training: readiness for the language exam.

Class size: up to 12 people.

Lesson duration: 50 minutes.

Cost : The registration fee is registered - £ 60

Jan-13 Mar (10 weeks, 28 $ / week) - £ 2900

[999.43 ] 23 Mar-12 Jun (12 weeks, 28 U / W) - £ 3360

14 Sep-4 Dec (12 Weeks, 28 Weeks / Week) - £ 3360

13 Mar, 9 Jun, 20 Aug, 1 Dec - Tests and listening, for spoken tests the dates are not specified - £ 146

02.01.2018 -09.03.2018 19.03.2018 -15.06.2018 10.09.2018 -07.12.2018
16+
from 334 £ / week

Short information. Program for students who need to improve their English before IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE / CAE / CPE, Cambridge BEC.

About the course. The preparatory course assumes consideration of those taken for a specific exam. The program also provides for the development of common language skills.

Students age: over 16 years.

Start dates: -

Requirements for admission : The level of English from elementary to high.

The result of the training: readiness for the language exam.

Class size: up to 12 people.

Lesson duration: 50 minutes.

Cost : Registration fee is taken - £ 60

Jan-Mar 6 (9 weeks, 28 $ / week) - £ 2610

] 7 Mar, 11 Jun, 3 Dec - dates for written tests and listening, dates do not specify for colloquial tests - £ 151

Accommodation and food

Accommodation in St. Giles School is possible in a summer residence, year-round residence, host family and guest house.

  • Phoenix Hall

It is a 10-minute walk from the main school building. It is often chosen by 18 years old students who come to study in June-September. The residence offers accommodation in apartments with 8 single rooms, a common bathroom and an equipped kitchen.

  • Year-round residence

It located near the coast, the center of Brighton (5 minutes walk from the school), students are accommodated in single rooms with private facilities. In the building there are kitchens, rest rooms. Nearby there are 2 laundries. Free wireless Internet is available on site. Meals are not provided in summer and year-round residences.

  • Host family

Students are offered three options for food: half board, breakfast only, self-service. Accommodation is provided in single, double and luxury rooms.

  • Guest House

Is located in 10-minute walk from the main school building. The building offers single and double rooms with private facilities and without (bathrooms, showers on the floor). Guests staying in Guest House are provided with breakfast.

The cost of living:

  • Homestay (standard), single room, two meals a day - £ 145 per week (from January to June and September to December) and £ 154 (from June 28 to August 30), an additional charge £ 30 for full board on December 25 and 26;
  • Homestay (standard), single room, self-service or only breakfast without using the kitchen - £ 111 per week (Jan-Jun and Sept-Dec) and £ 115 (from June 28 to 30 August), supplement £ 30 for full board on 25 and 26 December;
  • Family accommodation (standard), double room, self-service - £ 91 per week. (from January to June and September to December) and £ 94 (from June 28 to August 30), an additional payment £ 30 for full board on December 25 and 26;
  • Homestay (standard), double room, two meals a day - £ 116 per week. (from January to June and September to December) and £ 121 (from June 28 to August 30), an additional payment £ 30 for full board on December 25 and 26;
  • Homestay (improved), single room, shared bathroom, meals 2 meals a day - £ 177 per week. (from January to December), an additional payment £ 30 for full board on December 25 and 26;
  • Homestay (improved), single room, private bathroom, meals 2 meals a day - £ 215 per week. (from January to December), an additional payment £ 30 for full board on December 25 and 26;
  • St Giles George Street Residence (minimum age 18), single room, self catering - £ 250 per week. (from January to June and September to December) and £ 260 (from June 28 to August 30) large room, self-service - £ 270 per week. (from January to June and September to December) and £ 280 (from June 28 to August 30);
  • The Alvia guest house (from 18 years old), double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 71 per day,double room for two persons, breakfast only - from £ 103 per night;
  • The Amherst guest house (from 18 years old), double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 71 per night , double room for two, breakfast only - from £ 103 per day;
  • Boydens guest house (from 18 years old), single room, breakfast only - from £ 44 per day; double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 52 per day or from £ 341 per week .; Double room for two, breakfast only - from £ 91 per day;
  • Hotel accommodation The Grand **** (from 18 years old), double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 117 per night; double room for two, breakfast only - from £ 149 per night;
  • Hotel accommodation The Kings *** (from 18 years old), single room, breakfast only - from £ 60 per night;double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 75 per day; Double room for two, breakfast only - from £ 86 per night;
  • Hotel accommodation My Hotel Brighton **** (from 18 years old), double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 103 per day;double room for two, breakfast only - from £ 114 per day;
  • Hotel accommodation The Old Ship **** (from 18 years old), double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 98 per day; Double room for two, breakfast only - from £ 111 per day;
  • Hotel accommodation Thistle Hotel **** (from 18 years old), double room for one person, breakfast only - from £ 104 per night; double room for 2 persons, only breakfast - from £ 115 per night

Subjects and sport

Subjects list: business English, English, General English, Intensive English, Preparation for CPE, Preparation of CAE and FCE, Professional English, TEFL / TESOL course
Events list: bowling, cinema, Excursion to london, football, historical places, night party, yoga

Events St. Giles International Language School in Brighton

The School offers a wide range of excursions. During summer, students will enjoy interesting beach programs, in winter - cultural and entertainment programs. Field trips suggest visiting famous university towns of the country.

Daily routine
The school mainly practices morning classes.

Advantages

  • 20 year experience of teaching English to foreign students from around the world.
  • Impeccable international reputation.
  • A wide range pf programs that suit needs of modern students.
  • Teachers' individual approach to each student. 
  • Newest educational resources. 
  • The best balance of price and quality.

Equipment St. Giles International Language School in Brighton

The school occupies three large buildings, decorated in Empire style. There are 40 auditoriums. Each has an interactive whiteboard, computer equipment. Also for students there is a computer classroom, a language laboratory, a training center, a library, a cozy cafeteria. Wi-Fi is available on site. In walking distance from the academic buildings there are a gym, football field, squash court, tennis court.

Term dates and fees

Additional fees:

  • deposit for the course - £ 100
  • transfer - from £ 72 (one way)
  • registration fee - £ 60
  • supervising
  • visa fees - £ 14
  • insurance - £ 5 per week

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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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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