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Preparatory
Programmes

It aims to help students prepare for the integration into the British life and deepen their understanding of the British culture and education system.
British University Preparatory Programme
Ages 16-22
This programme targets senior secondary students who are going to pursue further study in a university in the UK. It aims to help students prepare for the integration into the British life and deepen their understanding of the British culture and education system.
  • The three-week programme covers three major areas: Study Skills, Life in the UK, and IELTS English
  • Gain first-hand experience in the teaching mode of university classrooms, for instance, seminars and workshops
  • The programme is held at the University of Chester, the fifth largest historical institution of higher education in the UK
  • Programmes are conducted by university lecturers, scholars and guest speakers
  • Understand the university's requirements for English and prepare students for the IELTS test
  • Single occupancy suite at university
  • Certificate: Participants will receive a completion certificate and a personal development plan after completion of this programme

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Australian High School Preparatory Programme
Ages 14-18
The programme is designed to prepare secondary students for the study in Australia. By combining both language and academic skills development, it helps students to integrate into the local education system and culture. Upon completion of the programme, students may go to a middle school in Australia.
  • Admission to the best high schools in Brisbane
  • Flexible programme time, from 1 week to 61 weeks
  • 20 hours per week, plus 5 hours of intensive course and homework tutoring
  • A combination of core curriculum, academic skills training and assessment
  • Full-board accommodation in Australian families for students to experience the Australian style of living and take part in a range of extra-curricular activities
  • Students will receive regular learning and progress reports

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