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International Courses

We offer a wide range of courses for international students.

Study International

If you are planning to progress to a university we offer a large choice of A levels. The A level course takes 2 years, with the exams at the end of the second year. You will also study IELTS to help achieve a good level of English required by UK Universities.

Programme for EU students 2023/24

We can offer a study program for EU nationals aged 16 and over.

Courses can be for one term, a semester, or a full year. Students join classes and study the same subjects as UK students who are preparing for university in the first year of the 2 year A level course and take AS exams at the end of the year. One year students must apply for a Student Route visa.

We can also offer English language classes as part of the course and students may choose to take the IELTS exam.

One year students may also join the sports academy subject to a successful trial.

We would need to see reports from their current school and evidence that students have good intermediate English language skills. We will provide a password for an online English test.

Please contact the international office for details of fees.

Extra Costs

  • £175 per week accommodation (bed breakfast and evening meal (full board at the weekend)

High School Program for Brazil and Latin America

We can offer a term time program for Brazilian, Mexican and other Latin American students as part of their studies. The course can provide the following subject choices to comply with Education laws.

  • English – IELTS classes
  • Mathematics, Further Maths, Statistics
  • Humanities – History, Government & Politics, Economics, Business Studies, Law, Media Studies, Sociology, French, Italian, German
  • Science – Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Geography
  • Art or Sport
  • Graphic Art, Fine Art, Textiles, Photography

Students may start in September or January for one or two terms, or a complete year.

As the UK academic year starts in September, we may not be able to offer a full range of choices for students who start at other times. We would need to see reports from your current school and evidence that you have good intermediate English language skills. All students receive fully validated reports.