ESOL Lewes

This course is for refugees and asylum seekers to help you develop your English language skills. The course will also help you prepare for work if you have the right to work in the UK. There will be opportunities to practise speaking, listening, reading and writing as well as time to work on pronunciation. It will cover topics such as working, travelling, eating, free time and homelife.




Entry Level

Course Type



Course Code Starts Ends Days
18066-02 05/08/24 04/08/25 Various Throughout Year

What will I study?

There are two classes each week of 3 hours each. The lesson will teach General English. We will assess your language before you start using an online test so you are placed in the best class.

What previous qualifications or experience do I need?

You must be aged 16 years or older, and have the right to live in the UK. You must have a valid visa to cover the entire length of your course. Entry to an ESOL course is dependent on the results of a written and oral assessment test with one of our tutors. This course requires a high level of commitment, so attendance to all classes is mandatory.

How will I be assessed?

There is no formal assessment but the teacher will ask you to complete homework and progress tests.

What qualification will I achieve?

There is no qualification on this course.

What can I do after completing this course?

If you meet entry requirements, you could progress to other courses in the college including ESOL exam classes. Or you could look for work if you have the right to work in the UK.

Are there any extra costs?

Many ESOL courses are funded by the Government and have no fees.

You may have to pay fees depending on how much you earn and what course you are taking.

When we invite you to college, bring your ID and your most recent benefits letter or wage slip. Our staff will advise you on the best course and tell you if there are any fees.

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