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This pre-sessional English course helps you to improve your academic English for successful study at an English-speaking university. You will meet the language requirements for your Oxford Brookes degree by passing this course with required grades at the right level.
Study fully online or face-to-face for June and July 2021 entry.
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The pre-sessional University English (UE) course helps you to improve your academic English for successful study at an English-speaking university. You will not need to retake a language test (like IELTS) to progress to your degree at Oxford Brookes.
Whatever your dreams and ambitions after completing your English course, our teaching, admissions and support teams will help you achieve them.
You can progress to further levels of University English, or onto foundation, undergraduate, pre-master’s or postgraduate level courses in a wide range of academic subjects.
You will satisfy the English language requirements for entry to most Oxford Brookes undergraduate courses if you complete:
- Level 2 with an average mark of 60%, plus 60% in reading and writing
- Level 3 with an average of 50%
- Level 4 with an average of 50%.
You will satisfy the English language requirements for entry to most Oxford Brookes postgraduate courses if you complete:
- Level 3 with an average mark of 60% (50% for business master's)
- Level 4 with an average of 50% (some courses ask for an average of 60% at Level 4)
Entry onto a foundation, undergraduate, pre-master’s or postgraduate programme will also require appropriate academic qualifications. Please check the specific language and academic entry requirements of the course.
Programme Changes: On rare occasions we may need to make changes to our course programmes after they have been published on the website.
For more information, please visit our Changes to programmes page.