UK Schools Are Now Accepting Bookings for Summer Courses

Photo by Alex France

Photo by Alex France

Learn, grow and adventure by attending a Summer Course in the UK. There are many Summer Courses available in the UK, and many schools and colleges have now started to take bookings for them.

So, let us bring some sunshine into these cold winter days by exploring what fun and exciting adventures this coming summer holds. Booking yourself onto a summer course is a great way to get-ahead in academia, meet new friends and have some wonderful adventures.

Summer Courses can be a perfect way to explore a country and have taster of what it  would be like to live and study in the UK before committing to a full year, or longer, at a school or college.

If you are an international student who has already been offered a place at a UK boarding school or college then a Summer Course can help to bring your English language skills, particularly academic vocabulary relating to Maths, Science, Business and the Arts, up to standard.

The Summer Courses are filled with a variety of academic subjects and extra curriculum activities, so as well as going on adventures walks, horse riding, rock climbing, swimming, site seeing and so on, students can catch up on any subjects that may have been difficult the previous year, or, they can get ahead on subjects for the next year.

The Summer Courses that we offer at Angloed can be as short as two weeks or as long as eight weeks. There are three different start dates: April, July or August, and these courses are available to students between 8-18 years.

If there is anything specific that you are looking for, which doesn’t fit the description given here, then feel free to contact us at Angloed because we are friendly team and have over ten years experience of placing students into courses, where they have been incredibly happy.

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For more information visit Angloed

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About Anglo Education Services

A service for international students wishing to come and study in the United Kingdom
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