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Camp at Wellington College

Varsta: 12 - 17, 14 - 17

Limba straina: English

Tara: United Kingdom

Tipuri de programe: Mixt, Tematic / Vocational

Cazare: campus

Cursuri: 20 or 33 hours / week

Perioada: July 3th - august 13th 2019

Nivel de studiu: A1 - C2

About the school 
Wellington College, founded by Queen Victoria in 1859, is located in Berkshire County. All classrooms are modernly equipped, including interactive whiteboards. The school has a gymnasium, playgrounds, art studio, a new showroom, two computer rooms and Wi-Fi.

Accommodation
Accommodation is in single and double rooms. The bathroom is shared.

Sport and leisure
For all the students there is a sports and entertainment program organized. Sports activities take place on the campus, students have tennis, golf, football and indoor and outdoor swimming pools; general culture contests, disco, team games, competitions, artistic activities such as textile painting, talent show and fashion shows are also organized.

Excursions
Excursions are organized according to the program and theme of the chosen courses.

Programe de studiu see all »

Holiday Camp (12 - 17 years): The weekly program includes 20 hours of English and 12 hours of different activities, from where the students choose three and which they will practice during the two weeks: British sports, contemporary art, event organization, presentations and debates, volleyball. These activities take place three times a week in the afternoon. For a fee, you can also choose between football, horse riding, scenic arts and computer games. These activities can not be combined with other activities and include 24 hours for two weeks. For riding, students need to have the appropriate footwear. Riding hours are also suitable for beginners. The English course aims at gaining confidence in the use of language, improving reading skills, listening, understanding a text, speaking, writing, enhancing vocabulary, pronunciation, and using grammatical constructions correctly.

Excursions are organized in London, Cambridge, Stratford-upon-Avon .

Young business leaders (14 - 17 years old): Upon enrollment, a test will be given to determine the level of English. The program comprises 33 hours of study per week and is dedicated to students aspiring to become future international business leaders. Through this course, students improve their English and business knowledge and also develop diverse personal and professional skills such as:

  • English for Business - includes the terminology specific to this field, grammar and pronunciation notions, the development of language skills (writing, reading, listening, speaking) and preparation for the BULATS English Certificate of Business English. Exam is supported at the end of the course.
  • Business knowledge - learners learn how to create their own business in a competitive environment. The course covers aspects such as: imposing a product or service on the market, financial management, company communication, the modern consumer, the process of managing a company. Some of the courses are held by professionals who talk about their experiences.
  • Business Challenge - Students work in teams and through the knowledge gained during the course they plan to create and promote a profitable product or service on the market.

Educational excursions are organized at London's Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, Bank of England Museum, Mercedes Benz Museum, Coca-Cola

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Holiday Camp (12 - 17 years): The weekly program includes 20 hours of English and 12 hours of different activities, from where the students choose three and which they will practice during the two weeks: British sports, contemporary art, event organization, presentations and debates, volleyball. These activities take place three times a week in the afternoon. For a fee, you can also choose between football, horse riding, scenic arts and computer games. These activities can not be combined with other activities and include 24 hours for two weeks. For riding, students need to have the appropriate footwear. Riding hours are also suitable for beginners. The English course aims at gaining confidence in the use of language, improving reading skills, listening, understanding a text, speaking, writing, enhancing vocabulary, pronunciation, and using grammatical constructions correctly.

Excursions are organized in London, Cambridge, Stratford-upon-Avon .

Young business leaders (14 - 17 years old): Upon enrollment, a test will be given to determine the level of English. The program comprises 33 hours of study per week and is dedicated to students aspiring to become future international business leaders. Through this course, students improve their English and business knowledge and also develop diverse personal and professional skills such as:

  • English for Business - includes the terminology specific to this field, grammar and pronunciation notions, the development of language skills (writing, reading, listening, speaking) and preparation for the BULATS English Certificate of Business English. Exam is supported at the end of the course.
  • Business knowledge - learners learn how to create their own business in a competitive environment. The course covers aspects such as: imposing a product or service on the market, financial management, company communication, the modern consumer, the process of managing a company. Some of the courses are held by professionals who talk about their experiences.
  • Business Challenge - Students work in teams and through the knowledge gained during the course they plan to create and promote a profitable product or service on the market.

Educational excursions are organized at London's Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, Bank of England Museum, Mercedes Benz Museum, Coca-Cola

Holiday Camp 12 - 17 years
Young Business Leaders 14 - 17 years
Accommodation: campus
Study: 20 or 33 hours of study / week.
Arrival / Departure: Wednesday - Tuesday
Dates: July 3- August 13
Duration: 2, 4 or 6 weeks
Groups: max 14 students
Minimum level: "Young business leaders" B1; Other classes: A1 - C2

 


The fee covers:

  • Accommodation on campus
  • Full Board (lunch)
  • Courses depending on the chosen program
  • Test to determine the level of knowledge
  • Study materials;
  • Certificate of Graduation
  • The fee for the BULATS exam (for the "young business leaders")
  • 3 day-long trips for the 2-week holiday camp
  • 1 day-long trip and 1 half-day trip for "Young Business Leaders"
  • Sports and entertainment
  • Laundry services once a week
  • Internet access and Wi-Fi
  • Continuous monitoring of students
  • Emergency telephone 24 / 7
  • Medical insurance
  • Transfer from / to Heathrow and Gatwick airport between the hours of 09:00 - 21:00

 

Starting dates and fees in pounds:

Holiday Course 

2 weeks

July 3, 17, 31 

£ 2775

4 weeks

July 3, 17

£ 5455

6 weeks

July 3

£ 8135

 

Extra Sport*

Scenic arts; Soccer

£ 180

E-Sports Academy, Equity

£ 360

*for those enrolled at the 2-week holiday course
 

Young Business Leaders

3 weeks

July 3, 24

£ 4590

 

  • Damages Deposit: £ 50 (to be paid on arrival and refunded at the end of the course if there are no damages)
  • Enrollment Deposit: £ 375 (deductible from the course fee)

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