How our courses work

Course Information

Course Structure

All students follow a Core Programme of 20 lessons (15 hours) per week. You can then choose one or two additional subjects from the Options Programme, to study a further 4 or 8 lessons (3 or 6 hours) per week.

Core Programmes

- General English

- Cambridge English Exam Preparation

- IELTS Preparation

Options Programme Choose 4 or 8 additional lessons from our list of 'options'.

- Intensive Course
4-lesson Options Programme

- Extra intensive
8-lesson Options Programme

Sample Timetable

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09.00 - 10.30 Main Course Main Course Main Course Main Course Main Course
10.30 - 11.00 Morning break
11.00 - 12.30 Main Course Main Course Main Course Main Course Main Course
12.30 - 13.30 Lunch break
13.30 - 15.00 Option 1
Speaking, Pronunciation and Listening
Option 2
Reading, Writing and Vocabulary
Option 1
Speaking, Pronunciation and Listening
Option 2
Reading Writing and Vocabulary
15.00 - 17.00 Free Time
Conversation Circle Free Time
Table Tennis

Free time
19.45 - 20.45 Club Night
(table tennis, games)
British Food
Lecture: London Sing Song
(Music Night)


Your core lessons are normally in the morning, from 09:00 to 12:30. Options are then between 13:30 and 15:00. Occasionally, dpending on student numbers, start times can vary from between 20 to 30 minutes later than the published time.

Occasionally, during busy periods, we operate a zigzag timetable. This means your Core lessons will be in the morning one day, starting at 09:00, and in the afternoon the next day starting at 14:30. Options remain in the middle of the day, between 12:45 and 14:15.

The number of students in each class varies, but the average class size is 10. The normal class maximum is 13, but this can increase to 14 during July & August.

Please note: All 45-minute lessons are combined to form 90-minute sessions.

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