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  • 4 A Level Part Time english courses in West Midlands

    There are 2 institutions in West Midlands which run Part time A Level English courses. Please use the filter on the left to narrow down your English courses.

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    View 2 A Level Part Time English courses

    at Burton and South Derbyshire College

    in West Midlands

    • AS Level in English Language and Literature Level 3
    • GCE A2 in English Level 3 view course

    Some of the courses below will include those you can study at home or courses that you can arrange to suit your needs.

    View 2 A Level Part Time English courses

    at City of Wolverhampton College

    in West Midlands

    • English Language (AQA) A2 Level
    • English Language (AQA) AS Level view course

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    Looking at English courses in London? Cor blimey guv’nor!
    Being the capital of England, London is an ideal place to take an English course. Immerse yourself in all things typically English – check the time on Big Ben, travel on a red double decker bus, or go looking for the Queen at Buckingham palace. English courses in London are as varied as the things you can get up to in the city itself so trying to find the right one can leave you feeling a bit ‘Kate Moss-ed’ (that’s Cockney rhyming slang for lost!).   The first distinction you’ll need to make is whether you want to do a course that focuses on ...


    Article about English

    Student Story: General English
    Honami talks about how her world has expanded due to her English Proficiency classes at West London Business College… Name: Honami Ikeda Course: General English from FCE to Proficiency Institution: West London Business College ‘I took this English course because I needed to improve my language skills. Then I got more interested in the depth of the language, so I extended my study to Proficiency level. I picked West London Business College after I took a trial lesson and found it to be well organised. I also felt that the School cared about the...