The standard of English taught on this course is very high compared to previous experiences I've had at other schools. The course has really prepared ...

English for University


Three intakes a year February, June and October

Study options

13 wks


Greenford, London Bridge


This course will prepare you for study at Foundation, Undergraduate or Postgraduate level by improving your essay writing and basic research skills, academic vocabulary and presentation skills.

Why study our English for University Course?

Why study at GSM London?

Our experienced tutors will help you to develop language skills and confidence for successful academic study and to familiarise yourself with the UK higher education environment and expectations.

On completion of the course, you will receive a detailed assessment of your progress and an end-of-course certificate which demonstrates your achievement.

We offer small class sizes, a friendly and supportive atmosphere and an engaging social programme.


What will I learn?

What will I learn?

This intensive and rewarding course is ideal for students who want to improve their Academic English in order to study in an English-speaking university or college. The interactive classes focus on developing academic writing and presentation skills through engaging tasks and projects. You will also improve your listening skills, and can practise spoken English in authentic academic scenarios in order to improve your fluency. In addition, you will learn how to search for sources and how to reference in academic writing.

On passing all the required elements of the course assessment you will have fulfilled GSM London’s English language requirement for entry onto a GSM London degree or foundation programme.  

If you pass this course and go on to do a degree or extended degree with GSM London, we will deduct 100% of the fees from this course from the cost of your chosen degree programme.

Where will I study?

Where will I study?

You will study at our London Bridge study centre

How will the course be taught?

How will the course be taught?

A combination of 15 hours per week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) of tutorials in class, and additional self-guided study.

Entry requirements

To view our English Language Requirements for this programme please click here.


Tuition Fee




How to apply

How to apply

Fill out our application form online

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