English for Speakers of Other Languages 19+

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What Our Students Say

“I’m working really well with my tutors – they’re really supportive and we just have a laugh. It’s like a really nice atmosphere. I think the facilities are really fantastic.”

Dan

“Before I came to Leeds City College, I was in school, I was in such a bad way at school, skiving lessons all the time, teachers always on my case, getting kicked out numerous times almost. So I applied for here just hoping to get on a course, I got accepted – it was entry Level 3. Dave was my tutor and I couldn’t have asked for anyone better as a tutor, because he just helped me. He helped me with every regard, with Maths and English, workshop work, the theory side of the workshop work – telling me how everything is and showing me what’s what.”

Harrison

“I decided to study at Leeds City College because I liked the equipment and the rooms that they had, and I liked how it was a whole new space – it had only recently been built so everything was brand spanking new and it looked really clean and really nice.”

Rachel

Course Information

Introduction

Is English not your first language? Would you like to improve your written and spoken English? If so, consider our ESOL courses designed to develop your English for work, study and life in the UK.

Leeds City College is one of the largest providers of ESOL courses in the UK. The department was recently given a rating of outstanding, and has one of the highest achievement rates in the UK.

Click Apply Now, and we will contact you for an interview. We have courses at:

  • Enfield LS7
  • Deacon LS14
  • Beeston LS11
  • Eastgate LS2

Overview

We offer ESOL classes at the following levels: Beginner, Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3 and Level 1. All applicants will be invited to an interview which will include an assessment of language level. We can then place you in a class at the right level for your language needs. We offer a variety of times for you to study either 9.30-12, 12.30-3, 3.30-6 or 6.30-9. We have classes Monday to Friday.

Who is this course for?

English is not your first language and you would like to develop your English skills for work, study and life in the UK.

Course details

Duration: 1 year
Fees (16-18): No fee
Study Type: Part time
Course Code: 75100-01

Please note that for all courses starting on 9th September, there will be an induction week, WC 2nd September.

Employment Statistics

  • Speech and language therapists

    Average Salary
    £17,680
  • Teaching and other educational professionals n.e.c.

    Average Salary
    £19,240
  • Authors, writers and translators

    Average Salary
    £24,960

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