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|E1 Award in ESOL - Speaking and Listening||26/09/2022||03/07/2023||Bishopsfield Road (Fareham College)||£300.00||
|E2 Award in ESOL - Speaking and Listening||22/09/2022||29/06/2023||Bishopsfield Road (Fareham College)||£300.00||
Will I have to pay fees?
Learning Programmes at Level 3 and Below
School Leavers under the age of 19 do not have to pay fees on any full time courses, though may have to pay for their second year if turning 19 during their studies.
If you’re aged 19 or over you might qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan. It’s easy to apply for and you won’t have to pay anything back until you’re earning over £27,295. Find more information on Advanced Learner Loans on our website.
If you are studying a part-time course and you receive one of the following benefits, or you depend financially on someone who does, you may be entitled to have your tuition fees waived:
- Job Seeker's Allowance
- Income Support
You will, however, have to pay any awarding body/assessment fees (unless you are on a first full level 2 course).
Higher Education Courses at Level 4 and Above
The fee payable for your course is displayed in the table above and can be paid for in a number of ways:
- HE Loan
- Instalment Payment Plan
- Payment in full
* If you are in receipt of Working Tax Credit or receive other allowances, you may be eligible to claim concessionary rates. If you are entitled to a fee concession you will be asked to provide proof of your entitlement.
It is essential that you inform us if your entitlement changes at any time during your course.
For any questions about fees, remissions and entitlements, please contact our helpful Enrolments Team on 01329 815 200.
Information about this Course
English & Maths
None, however, upon application we will assess your current English level to make sure you are in the correct class.
Our ESOL courses cover a range of skills and depending on your level you will study reading, writing, speaking and listening in the English language.
The course will include grammar and vocabulary, introducing yourself, spelling and writing skills, completing application forms and learning useful language to help you in everyday life outside the College.
You will also have the opportunity to develop your IT skills to prepare you for work or further education.
Exams are taken at the end of each unit of study.
Progression to the next level ESOL course, Functional Skills English and GCSE English, where appropriate.