International English Language Course for Short term study visa

International English Language Course for Short term study visa

Short-term study visa

The short-term study visa allows non-EEA nationals/students to come and study in the United Kingdom for a course 6 to 11 month’s duration .

You will need a letter to support entry to the UK as a short-term student. If you are a national of a country in the EEA or Switzerland, you do not need a visa to study.

The short-term study routes (previously student visitor routes) are for people who want to come to the UK to study for a short period of time on a course that does not include a work placement or work experience, with the exception of electives which meet paragraph A57D(a)(iii) of the Immigration Rules.

There are 3 short-term student routes:

  • short-term student (6 months) – for applicants aged 16 and over for a maximum

of 6 months’ study

  • short-term student (11 months) – for applicants aged 16 and over for a

maximum of 11 months’ English language study only

  • short-term student (child) – for applicants aged under 16 for a maximum of 6

months’ study

What will I learn?

Our ESOL courses are designed for people who are not native speakers and want to improve their use of and understanding of English. These courses will help students to develop and practise their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. You will be able to progress through the ESOL levels as you wish, improve your understanding of British culture and gain the opportunity to further your career. Additionally, our ESOL course can be used as a bridge into further education in the UK .

Course Content

The course covers grammar and vocabulary and all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Learning Methods

Work is undertaken in a classroom environment communicating with teachers and the other students, sometimes in pairs, small groups or as a whole class.

Accreditation

Hamlets Training Centre is accredited by the British Accreditation Council BAC as a Listed Short Course provider for the further and higher education.

Awarding bodies for English Language Qualification 

  • Trinity College London
  • English Speaking Board 
  • EDI Pearson

Awarding Body’s for professional Qualifications

  • Chartered Institute of Environmental Health CIEH
  • Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance HABC
  • British Safety Council
  • Qualifications Network
  • TQUK

ESOL Skills for Life – UK

Learner progression in achievable steps

Trinity’s ESOL Skills for Life qualifications are designed to aid progression and access into mainstream education and employment paths where English language skills are a requirement.

These qualifications are for adults aged 16 and over living in the UK who need English language skills for everyday life, for study and for employment.

ESOL SfL learner progression

For learners who are not yet ready to take an Entry level qualification, we also offer Step 1 and Step 2 Awards

Assessment content reflects real life

Trinity’s approach focuses on supporting the development of communicative and transferable English language skills and on building learners’ confidence to use those skills in real life. The authentic nature of our topics and tasks makes preparation for our exams a motivating experience for students.

The content is based on the National Standards for Adult Literacy and is closely aligned to the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum.

Course Fee

International English Language ESOL

  • 6 Months: £4000.00
  • Upto 11 months: £6000.00

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Eligibility Criteria

Short-term student (6 months) and short-term student (11

months)

To be eligible to apply under this route applicants must:

  • be genuinely seeking entry to study as a short-term student
  • be aged 16 or over
  • have been accepted on one of the following:

a course of study by an accredited institution;

  • to undertake research or learn about research at a UK higher education

institution (HEI) (short-term student (6 months) only)

  • to undertake an elective course linked to their graduate level study, where

they are studying medicine, veterinary medicine and science, or dentistry as

their principal course of study at an overseas HEI

  • intend to leave the UK eitherwithin 30 days of the end of their declared course of study

at the end of the period of leave granted whichever is the earliest

  • maintain and accommodate themselves out of funds available to them
  • meet the cost of their onward or return journey
  • hold a valid entry clearance as a short-term student (when they arrive in the
  1. UK) if they are a visa national seeking to come to the UK for any length of time,

or if they are a non-visa national seeking to come to the UK for more than 6

months

and where applicable:

  • hold a valid Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) clearance

certificate

  • hold a valid tuberculosis (TB) certificate

If the student is aged 16 or 17, they must also:

  • show that suitable arrangements have been made for their travel to, reception

and care in the UK

  • have a parent or guardian in their home country or country of habitual

residence who is responsible for their care and who confirms that they consent

to the arrangements for the applicant’s travel, reception and care in the UK

How will I be assessed?

To successfully complete this course, learners must complete an oral speaking and listening, reading and writing exam.

What next?

This course enables you to progress to the next level of the ESOL course and will prove your English language competency for access to higher levels of study.

Why should I choose the International English Language Course with Hamlets Training Centre?

  • We are accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC)
  • Our PGCE-qualified native English language teachers can help you improve your communication skills in English
  • We provide guidance and support
  • Being based in London, we provide the opportunity for you to immerse yourself in the host culture
  • Hamlets Training Centre is an internationally recognised test and training centre
  • We provide excellent educational facilities

FAQ

London is one of the most exciting, cosmopolitan and multicultural cities in the world. It is, therefore, no surprise that it is also a very attractive place to learn English. Whether you are interested in its fascinating history, a world-class university and historical institutions, dazzling gardens and parks, superb Victorian architecture, pulsating nightlife or flourishing cultural scene, you will meet people from all over the world while studying English in London.

Hamlets Training Centre offers a range of English languages courses to speakers of other languages (ESOL). Our thorough diagnostic assessment prior to the start of a language course ensures that you study at the level that is right for you so you can improve your English language skills for work, further studies and life in the UK or other English-speaking countries.

Our courses enable students to improve their communication skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing, and realise and enhance their potential in the areas of citizenship, employability and study skills.

All students will be able to take full advantage of the fact that Hamlets Training Centre is accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC). Specialised English for international students and IELTS preparatory courses are also available to students enrolled in our language programmes.

Students wishing to undertake any language programme for periods up to 11 months (i.e. up to one academic year full-time) should apply for a ‘short-term study visa’.  Please note that this visa cannot be extended to enable further study and you cannot apply to transfer onto another type of student visa.  English language programmes undertaken on this visa category can be at any level.

If we are able to offer you a place on a course, full information about how to make payment will be included in our offer letter.

We will ask you to pay a deposit to secure your place. Hamlets Training Centre will issue a short-term study visa support letter once the appropriate deposit has been received.

All remaining fees must be paid at or before enrolment.  Students will not be formally enrolled on any course until fees for the agreed study programme have been paid in full.

There is no discount or reduction in fees in the case of a late arrival or early departure from a course.

The deposit you pay for your course is only refundable if you fail to get a student visa.  You must apply for a refund within 10 working days of your visa refusal notice by returning to us your original offer letter and submitting the original visa refusal letter issued by the British Embassy/High Commission or UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) office.  We will deduct £300 to cover administration costs.

No fees