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What will I do?

This course will help you to prepare for the Life in the UK test. Tutors will support you in applying for your Life in the UK test at a test centre, there are 60 centres in the UK. The test is 45 minutes and involves answering multiple choice questions on areas of British life, traditions, politics and customs.The pass mark is 75% or 18 correct answers of 24 questions. You will find out at the end of the test if you have passed. Once you have passed you can proceed with your ILR application.

This course covers:

  • Chapter 1 – The Values and Principles of the UK
  • Chapter 2 – What is the UK?
  • Chapter 3 – A long and illustrious history
  • Section 3.1 – Early Britain
  • Section 3.2 – The Middle Ages
  • Section 3.3 – The Tudors and The Stuarts
  • Section 3.4 – A global power
  • Section 3.5 – The 20th Century
  • Section 3.6 – Britain since 1945
  • Chapter 4 – A modern, thriving society
  • Section 4.1 – The UK today
  • Section 4.2 – Religion
  • Section 4.3 – Customs and traditions
  • Section 4,4 – Sport
  • Section 4.5 – Arts & culture
  • Section 4.6 – Leisure
  • Section 4.7 – Places of Interest
  • Chapter 5 – The UK government, the law and your role
  • Section 5.1 – The development of British democracy
  • Section 5.2 – The British constitution
  • Section 5.3 – The government
  • Section 5.4 – The UK and international organisations
  • Section 5.5 – Respecting the law
  • Section 5.6 – Fundamental principles
  • Section 5.7 – Your role in the community
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What's next?

Once you’ve completed this course, you will be better prepared to take the Life in the UK test.

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Is it for me?

This course is for individuals applying for UK Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR).

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COURSE INFORMATION

  • Start Date 16/09/2020
  • End Date 26/11/2020
  • Duration 10 Weeks
  • Day Wednesday & Thursday
  • Start/End Time 13:00 / 16:15
  • Course Ref 4863A-1/1
  • Location Chaffron Way Campus
  • Fees £ 300.00

The course is 3 hours per week, 1.15-4pm (15 minutes break) on a Wednesday or Thursday.

An English Test is required first to assess that you are Entry Level 3 or above.Classwork and assessments will take place during the course and the test at the end of the course will be at a UK test centre.

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