English As A Foreign Language (EFL)

English As A Foreign Language (EFL)

Course introduction

If you are looking to improve your English language skills in a friendly and multi-cultural college setting, then this is the learning opportunity for you.

Our flexible EFL course aims to help you develop your accuracy in reading, listening, speaking and writing.

Also, we will place much emphasis on pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. 

Students studying EFL may aim to remain with us for a long-term academic course.


Please contact international@brock.ac.uk for prices.

Minimum entry requirements

Entry is by interview. While there are no specific academic requirements for this course, you will be expected to provide academic transcripts from the past two years.

A good conversational level of English to approximately the equivalent of IELTS 4.0 is preferred.

Course structure

At Brockenhurst College you will have the opportunity to develop your English in a typically British educational institution. 

You will attend English classes alongside other international students from around 30 different countries. 

You may also wish to participate in Enrichment activities alongside British students to enhance your experience.

Formal learning takes place in modern, well-equipped classrooms with highly-experienced English teachers. 

Importantly, we encourage discussion and small-group work to help you improve your knowledge and skills.

Lessons are designed to be fun, interactive and informative, while preparing you for any external English language tests. 

Your course will be supplemented by your specialist subject study, which is designed to equip you for meaningful progression.

What can I do with this qualification?

After completing our EFL course, many students decide they would like to return to the College for a longer term-course.

You will leave with a certificate of participation that you can present to employers, training providers, or other institutions of education.

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