Homerton College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in England. With around 1,200 students, Homerton has more students than any other Cambridge college. The college has a long and complex history dating back to the seventeenth century. Homerton is one of the most attractive colleges in Cambridge, with a mixture of old and new buildings set in spacious wooded grounds away from the noisy centre of town. It is also one of the largest colleges in terms of student numbers, with a thriving community.
Homerton has a reputation around the University for being a very social college. The College is home to a wide variety of students of all backgrounds, all of whom are welcoming and friendly from the day you arrive. Students here can enjoy a friendly atmosphere, a wide variety of societies and an active student union. Whether your interest lies in sport, student politics, art, drama or just socialising, you'll find people at Homerton to share it with.
The Maximun class size is 14 (10 - 12 students on average).
Teachers are suitably qualified according to the Accreditation UK.
Weekly progress check carried out by teachers.
End-of-course report and certificate.
5 hours per week.
Maximun class size of 14.
A wide variety of workshops may include Colloquial English, Formal and informal language, Idioms and fixed expressions, Muti-word verbs, Pronunciation and intonation,Punctuation, Spelling, TOEIC listening and reading exam practice, Using collocation, and Vocabulary building.
A wide range of sessions may include Critical thinking and constructing arguments, Conducting meetings, Dealing with problems and discussing solutions, English for Business, English for Banking & Finance, English for Marketing, Negotiating in English, Public speaking and presentation skills, Telephoning English, Writing focus, etc.
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Students accommodation is entirely in single rooms, which are located in various College boarding houses. All accommodation is conveniently located on campus, so it is close to the teaching rooms and all facilities. Some of the single rooms have en-suite facilities.
Facilities include several dining spaces, some common areas, sport fields and attractive grounds, and the use of a sports complex nearby. Wi-fi is available at Homerton College. Washing machines and driers are available for students to do their own laundry.