- April 9, 2019
- Posted by: adejokeraji
- Category: Education
WE Bridge Academy provides the highest standards of teaching and training with a wide range of career-specific programmes and English language courses.
If you are focused on progressing to university, its International Foundation Programme (IFP) is the right choice for you. It provides:
- Two intakes per year, and an additional one for Tier 4 students
- Choose from one of 4 pathways: Business, Computing, Engineering or Science
- Guaranteed entry route into university on successful completion of the programme
The institution’s General English courses offer superb flexibility allowing you to choose your hours, course length and start date, other benefits include the following:
- Continuous enrolment: start on the Monday of any week
- Choose from 15 hours per week, or increase your hours by adding IELTS or English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
- Study from just 1 week to a maximum of 11 months
Apart from General English and IFP, the institution offers Teacher Training, Professional Development Courses and One-to-One lessons.
It has been teaching international students on its A-level programme since 1992. It has a dedicated campus for the A-levels programme. This programme promises quality preparation for our students’ future success.
Studying at WE Bridge International Study Centres allows students to choose from three or four A-levels. All students must attend the Essential Skills and Qualifications (ESQ) over two years.
Art – Fine Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Drama, Economics, English Language & Literature, English Literature, French, Further Maths, Geography, History, Law, Mathematics, Media Studies, Music, Photography, Physical Education, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish.
Excellent A-level Results (2018)
100% Pass Rate
• Small class sizes
• Modern classrooms
• New state-of-the-art campus
• Personal tutor
• Additional one-to-one learning support
• Situated in one of the most beautiful and safest locations in the UK
• More than 400 students progressed to university between 2016 and 2017
• Specialist university application support
• Gym, sports hall and cardio suite
• Superfast Wi-Fi
Students wishing to study A-levels will be required to gain a minimum of five GCSE’s/IGCSE’s at grades A-C to include English, Mathematics and/or Science, dependent on the subjects chosen. Additionally, students will normally be required to have a minimum GCSE/IGCSE grade B in the subject being studied at A-level. Entry grades for Psychology require a grade B in Mathematics and English.
Furthermore, all applicants are required to have completed secondary school to a good level of attainment. If secondary education in the student’s country ends at the age of 18 then they should have studied in high school up to the age of 16 before commencing studies at the College.
A-level Student Support
• One extra hour per A-level subject, increasing by subject from a standard four to five hours per week
• Ad-hoc, one-to-one tutorials where required
• Four hours of English Language Proficiency Support to achieve desired score for progression into university
• Supervised study sessions to ensure students are keeping on top of their independent work
• Access to More Able and Talented (MAT) mentoring system for university application preparation
• Study Skills Advisers on hand to help with assignment planning and proof-reading
• Electronic individual learning plan
• Mentoring by external specialists
• Aspirational target setting
• Mock interviews with an Oxbridge consultant
• Event for Russell Group & Oxbridge applicants
• Attendance at Vet Med & Medlink conferences