General English

Our General English course is designed to provide you with an opportunity to improve your general English skills for work, study or social reasons. You will cover reading, writing, listening and speaking. You will improve your general English through teaching methods and materials that put you at the centre of the learning process.

We will be responsive to your needs and the courses will also involve cultural activities and visits that will give you the opportunity to use English language in real-life situations.

Programme details

London Shepherd’s Bush

Start Date

January, May, July and September

Length of programme
  • One to four terms, depending on ability at start of programme and the exit level required
  • One term is 20 hours a week over 10 weeks plus an induction week and assessment week
Modes of study



Reading, writing, listening and speaking tests

How to apply

To apply online please apply direct or request a call back for more information.

Key Information

  • Our English language course provision is accredited by the British Council
  • You will improve your knowledge and confidence in English for professional, academic and social purposes
  • You will take part in cultural and social activities in London as part of your course
  • You will have access to online resources on BPP University’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) allowing you to revise anytime, anywhere
  • Enjoy studying in a central London location with students from around the world
  • Study books and online study materials are included within the fees
  • You will learn from experienced academics and professionals in a welcoming and friendly classroom environment
  • You will receive a certificate stating the level of English achieved
  • You can generally expect to improve by approximately 0.5 IELTS equivalent per term
  • We offer a choice of start dates for added flexibility
  • You will enjoy a high degree of tutor contact time – 20 hours face-to-face tuition per week including breaks (there will be homework and self-study to undertake in addition)