Entry Level ESOL
An ESOL class at Coventry College will help you to study, find work and speak English more confidently. You will also gain a nationally recognised qualification and can move through the levels as their skills improve.
Students work towards speaking, listening, reading and writing in English. Tutors will help to write an Individual Learning Plan. Students will study English in real-life situations and teaching methods will include individual work, group work, pair work, surveys, role plays, discussion and presentations. In class you will use a range of interactive resources.
There is also an opportunity to enter for a City and Guilds Skills for Life Qualification in Listening, Speaking, Reading or Writing. You will take one qualification per term.
You will be able to progress to the next level or to enrol for Further Education courses.
Course may be free for 16-18yrs; for 19-23yrs, course is free if you have not achieved a full Level 2 qualification.
1st year course fee £225.
No specific entry requirements but you will need good upper-intermediate English skills and you will be required to take an English assessment in reading, writing, speaking & listening
Making your application
We will check your application to see if you meet the standard entry requirements for the course. If you do, you’ll receive an invitation via email to attend an interview with a Curriculum Tutor.
Fees and funding
If you are aged 16-18 and applying for a full-time programme, then you will not have to pay for your course. If you are aged 19+ then there may be a fee for your course.
From entry-level qualifications, through to degree-level and specialist professional courses there’s something here for students with little or no formal education right up to career high-flyers. Expect a vibrant environment where you can meet people from different backgrounds and cultures.
College open event
17 January 2019 17:00 - 19:30
Our open events are a great opportunity for you and your parents/guardians to see our amazing facilities,
and chat to staff and students about particular courses and college life in general.