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Total Immersion – Rapid Results 


Bespoke course contentA total immersion course is an efficient method of achieving rapid and lasting improvement in English communication skills. Lancaster Languages provides courses of one or two weeks’ duration, with up to 30 hours of training per week. Weekend courses that fit in with busy work schedules are also available.

When booking a total immersion Intensive English Course, you will need to complete a Needs Analysis form so that we know exactly what objectives we will be working towards. Our aim is to help students attain those objectives, by creating a programme of language training that is designed exclusively for each student’s needs.

We specialise in working with small groups from the same company or organisation. During the courses we can, for example, help clients work on joint projects or team reports. In such cases, all members of the group must be at approximately the same level and have the same or very similar objectives – we are happy to advise on this.

Our intensive courses focus on real-world language learning, and are hugely enjoyable and rewarding. By the end of the course, students’ confidence and competence in the use of English will have increased dramatically, through the total immersion in the language. Moreover, they will also have gained valuable insights into, and understanding of, another culture, through the total immersion in the life of a friendly UK city and also a host family (if that accommodation option is selected).


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Level, Content and Teaching


The great advantage of small-group or one-to-one teaching is that every lesson will be planned and delivered according to student's specific needs in terms of level, pace and content.

We cater for any level, from complete beginners to advanced students.

Students may just want to develop or refresh their language skills generally, or they may have a particular purpose in mind, such as:

  • email or telephone communications with international colleagues
  • giving presentations at international meetings or conferences
  • participating in international business meetings
  • resolving long-standing pronunciation problems
  • writing articles or academic papers
  • gaining entry to an English-speaking university

Student PresentationWherever possible, we will try to arrange work-related visits that are relevant to student's jobs or fields of study so that they have the opportunity to put their language skills into practice in a real context.

For each course, we select from our team of highly qualified teachers, those who will be best suited to deliver the particular programme of study, in terms of expertise in the field of work or culture.