Combination English Language Courses
Combination English Language courses combine adult group classes and individual tuition.
In the morning you will join a small group adult class focusing on developing receptive and productive skills at your level. In your afternoon classes, you benefit from a dedicated teacher who will design a programme to meet your specific needs. Whether you are preparing to deliver an important presentation or getting ready for an exam, we can help you reach your goal.
You can choose an extra 5 or 10 hours of Individual Tuition per week (Combination 5 or Combination 10).
If you are a professional looking to improve your English level for work purposes, you have the option of taking the BULATS Reading and Listening test at the end of your course. This accessible online exam is £38 and can be taken at any time. With a focus on English for Business, it provides formal certification of your English comprehension level; perfect for your CV.
- Start any Monday of the year
- Minimum age 16
- Small class size
- All levels, from beginner to advanced
- Study in the same building as native speakers
- Morning classes are part of our English Focus course
Combination courses - 20 hours per week + 5 or 10 hours One-to-one
|08.45 – 09.00||Morning Discussion Session|
|09.00 – 10.00||Spoken Performance Workshop|
|10.00 – 10.15||Morning break|
|10.15 – 11.15||Language Focus|
|11.15 – 11.30||Morning break|
|11.30 – 12.30||Language Practice|
|12.30 – 13.30||Lunch break|
|13.30 – 14.30||Skills Focus|
|14.30 – 14.45||Afternoon break|
|14.45 – 15.45
16.00-17.00 (combi 10 only)
Course fees per week
|Period||Combination 5||Combination 10|
Course fees include:
- Study materials during the course
- Certificate & individual report
- Self-study resources
- IT facilities and WiFi
- Tutor support at lunchtime
- At least two free social programme activities per week
Basil Paterson opens enormous opportunities to realize your dreams and to achieve your goals. I would recommend this school to everyone who wants to improve their language.”