Course overviewAdult English GCSE City of Bristol College
This part-time, 32-week course is designed to develop confidence and competence in English language. A GCSE in English is a minimum requirement for many courses and job roles.
If you would like to study an adult English and Maths course with us, please apply below to book your initial assessments.
If English is not your first language, please click here.
Who is this course for?
This course is for adults who need a GCSE in English to progress at work or into higher education. If you dream of going to university or a change of career, applying for English GCSE could be the first step towards achieving your goal.
We also offer part-time courses for adults whose first language is not English and a range of Adult English courses.
We will be in contact with an assessment date to ensure you are enrolled on the course at the right level for you.
What you'll learn
This course is designed to develop confidence and competence through tasks and assessments in speaking and listening, reading and writing.
There will be activities designed to improve your grammar, spelling and punctuation, encourage active reading and develop your ability to write for different audiences and purposes.
Course entry requirements
Previous qualifications are not essential to apply for this course. This is a fast-paced course, so you need to demonstrate established Level 2 skills in both online and written assessments.
How is the course delivered and assessed?
You will be taught and assessed by our specialist adult learning teaching team throughout the duration of your studies.
Future career and study opportunities
Gaining a grade 9-4 in English GCSE could be the key you need to open doors to either greater employment choices, access to Higher Education courses or further study on a range of university degrees.
If you do not have a GCSE English Language qualification Grade 4 (C) or above all our Adult English courses are free.
As a City of Bristol College student, you may incur additional costs to attend your course. For example, it is likely you may need to pay for travel and stationery.
If you are on a limited income, you may be able to receive help from Financial Support. You may also ask for more information during your enrolment.
For guidance on which career path to take, to explore career options related to our courses, find out which careers are in demand, and then get the training you need.