English as a Foreign Language Courses in Nottingham
Language Hub offers English courses in the morning and evening in Nottingham city centre. These courses consist of one lesson of two hours per week. We offer courses at 4 levels: Pre-intermediate (A2), intermediate (B1), upper-intermediate (B2) and advance (C1).
For information on our elementary (A1) course please go to:
Small class size – Maximum 8 students
All materials provided
Courses are ongoing and new students can start any week. If you can’t attend any lessons because you are on holiday, please let us know so that you don’t lose those lessons.
You can book a course of 6 weeks or 12 weeks.
6 weeks – £108 (£9 per hour)
12 weeks – £192 (£8 per hour)
First Lesson Free
You can try one lesson first before paying for a course.
Contact us at email@example.com to book your free lesson.
At the end of the course students receive an attendance certificate.
If you are not sure of your level of English, download a level test
|Pre-intermediate (A2)||Fri||18.30 – 20.30||2|
|Intermediate (B1)||Mon||10.00 – 12.00||2|
|Intermediate (B1)||Mon||18.30 – 20.30||2|
|Upper-intermediate (B2)||Wed||10.00 – 12.00||2|
|Upper-intermediate (B2)||Wed||18.30 – 20.30||2|
|Advanced (C1)||Fri||18.30 – 20.30||2|
We also offer an elementary (A1) course. This is an 8-week course with one 2-hour lesson per week.
|Course||Day||Times||hours/week||Course length||Start date|
|Pre-intermediate (A2)||Fri||18.30 – 20.30||2||8 weeks||06/10/2017|
The course fee for the 8-week elementary course is £144 per person.
The courses are held at:
Language Hub Nottingham, 20 Fletcher Gate, Nottingham, NG1 2FZ
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After the first lesson you can book a course if you want to continue. To book a place you will need to pay the course fee in full.
You can pay by PayPal, bank transfer or cheque.
You can also pay by debit or credit card online: Payment Options
Once you have paid the course fee we’ll send you a course booking confirmation as a receipt.
What are the advantages of a small class size?
EACH STUDENT GETS NOTICED
In a smaller class fewer students means that each one gets attention from the teacher, and they are encouraged to take part. Students learn more in small classes and they also learn faster. And this means the class progresses through the course material more quickly.
OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE
Small groups mean fewer voices and that means the students have more chances to speak in class and practice the language they are learning. They can apply the knowledge they’ve acquired as they participate in speaking exercises.
FOCUS ON LEARNING
Teachers can cater to students’ different learning styles and ensure that they stay engaged and understand what is being taught.