Regent was one of the first groups of English language schools in the UK. It was established over 50 years ago in 1964 by a passionate, experienced teacher who wanted to found a proper school, with proper teachers and proper courses. Today Regent offers innovative courses in a choice of academically and culturally rich locations that create life changing opportunities for our students. Fundamentally, we understand that knowing about English is not enough – what is important is the ability to use English successfully in your life.
About Regent Cambridge
• Study in a world famous educational centre
• Purpose built educational environment in city centre
• Ideal for serious study in an academic setting
• Enjoy Cambridge’s sophisticated architecture, arts and culture
Choosing Your Course
Your progress matters
We are passionate about your learning experience and work hard to ensure that you leave us with significantly developed skills, confidence and performance in English.
You can expect to make good progress every week. We have a strong supported learning framework to help you learn effectively. We have a unique academic programme, with a syllabus linked to the Common European Framework. As well as grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, we work on your spoken performance with tasks focusing on body language, voice quality and eye contact. We ask you to work in international teams to develop useful life skills and encourage you to take at least one exam.
We set progress tests and structured homework tasks to provide clear support to your learning. On at least 4 mornings a week students join a short, thought- provoking plenary session e.g. on personal qualities, leadership or culture.
Our teachers are our greatest strength and are the main reason for the success of our students. They are passionate about teaching and helping you to develop.
Whatever your level, we push you towards taking an external English language qualification to show your achievement. The longer you stay, the more progress you make.
General World a.m.
Monday - Friday 08:45-12:30 (15 hours per week)
FEES PER WEEK
Monday - Friday 08:45-15:45 (25 hours per week)
FEES PER WEEK
Minimum age: 16 (Residental accommodation avaible for students aged 18 and over) 25 hours per week (max 12 per class), and at least 1.5 hours of plenaries, workshops and a coaching session. Each lesson is 60 minutes. For a 1 week course, add a supplement of £90 to the weekly price above For 12-52 weeks, reduce the weekly price by £85