High School Programme: Chichester College
Study for one term, a semester or a full year as part of your High School Programme. This programme is ideal for those who wish to experience academic life in the UK. This opportunity allows students to develop academic knowledge and improve their English language skills at our English Language School.
High School students will be given an individual timetable combining their three chosen subjects with English classes and one-to-one tutorials to discuss academic progress. Students can also enjoy arts or sports classes, plus weekly enrichment and social events, making our High School Programme a truly exciting experience.
International students will have the chance to study with British A-Level students in their classes; this can be for one term, a semester or a full year. Students who stay for a full year needs to see our AS Courses.
We welcome applications for students to start their studies in September or January, so please get in touch!
- Both programmes include separate English classes (EFL) taken alongside other international students who are of a similar English language level Both programmes may be studied for 1, 2 or 3 terms. The subject choice(s) are fixed for the duration of the study.
- We guarantee a minimum of 6 hours of English on all timetables and try to provide a full study programme of 18 - 21 hours.
- Students are mainly placed in Level 2 and 3 courses (this is below the university level).
- Students must attend all units of their chosen subject(s).
- The Academic (A-Levels) study year starts in September only. The Vocational study year has the option of a September or January start.
- The programmes do not lead to formally recognised qualifications but students receive termly progress reports.
- Some Vocational subjects require more than 21 hours of involvement due to the nature of the course (e.g. Drama rehearsals, or external field trips etc.)
- All January starts are subject to availability, please enquire.
Vocational Study Hours
The number of Vocational study hours depends on the subject(s) studied. See examples below:
- Popular Music: 14.5 hours
- Creative Media: 13.5 hours
- Health & Social Care: 15 hours
- Art and Design: 14.5 hours
- Information Technology: 12 hours
- Hospitality: 18 hours
- Travel and Tourism: 12 hours
- Fashion: 18 hours
- All student timetables will be different and will depend on the subjects and level of study chosen.
- Afternoon exam preparation classes are available for Study Experience Abroad students but only where the timetabling restrictions of their chosen courses permit.
- Students have the option to withdraw from the Study Experience Abroad programme and be enrolled on the General English 15-hour programme at no additional cost. It is important to note that General English 15 hours do not include afternoon exam preparation options.