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28 lessons = 21 hours per week

Lessons per Week

Lesson Duration

45 minutes

Course Duration

5 weeks


Minimum Age

Maximum Class Size

4 - 12

Any Monday (if not a public holiday)

Joining Dates


When you have passed your exam you will be able to...

A2 Key

formerly known as Cambridge English: KEY (KET)

demonstrate that you have the basic language skills you need to communicate in English. 

C1 Advanced

formerly known as Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)

communicate effectively at a managerial and professional level; participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic tutorials and seminars; express yourself with a high level of fluency.


When you have passed your exam you will be able to...

B1 Preliminary

formerly known as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET)

communicate in English for practical tasks and situations. 

B2 First

formerly known as Cambridge English: FIRST (FCE)

apply and be accepted for entry to undergraduate programmes taught in the medium of English in non-English-speaking countries.

B1 Business Preliminary

formerly known as Cambridge English: Business Preliminary (BEC Preliminary)

We also offer  B2 Business Vantage and C1 Business Higher 

develop the English language skills to communicate confidently in an international workplace and prove to employers that you have the English language skills to succeed.

Who is it for?


English for Cambridge Exams is tailored to meet the needs of students who want to:


  • gain a valuable qualification that is accepted worldwide.

  • improve their work, study and travel prospects.

What will I study?

You will focus on:


  • development of examination techniques.

  • general English development.

  • study of past papers.

  • full mock examinations.


Your teacher will:

  • be responsible for your progress and academic welfare.

  • set homework.

  • update you on your progress during the course and help you to maximise your learning.

  • test you regularly to check your progress and to provide exam practice.

What will my day and timetable look like?


A typical day at the college will look like this from Monday to Thursday. On Fridays, the students do not have lessons 5 & 6





1 & 2

09.15 - 10.45

3 & 4

11.05 - 12.35

English for Exams

5 & 6

14.00 - 15.30

General English Language

Registration Fee: £150

20 lessons high season (Lessons 1 – 4)

20 lessons high season (Lessons 1 – 4)

20 lessons high season (Lessons 1 – 4)

Available on request.

The exam is to be booked and paid for separately. Application deadlines apply

Accommodation Fees

Low Season


Homestay Half Board Standard

Homestay Half Board Sharing

Homestay Half Board Executive

High Season







Prices and information available on request.

Special Dietary Requirements



Please let us know if you prefer a host family without pets.

Please check the special diet availability before booking.

Airport Transfer Fees

1 Person


Bournemouth to Homestay

Southampton Airport Transfer

Heathrow Airport Transfer

Gatwick/Luton Airport

Central London Transfer

Price per person








Stansted Airport Transfer





2 People







3 People







4 People

Pickup point:  We will tell/email you once you have confirmed the flight details to us
Waiting fee: A waiting fee of £35 per hour will apply if the driver has to wait more than one hour after the plane has landed.

Test yourself and find your current skill level here (Please note these are provisional results only).

Click here for Enrolment Form, Terms & Conditions.

For more information and enquiries, please contact us.

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