Stem and English for Science
For students who are interested in how science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be used creatively to solve problems. Students combine STEM with English to improve their accuracy and fluency in an engaging environment. Develop the skills you need to be a world-class STEM professional. Think critically and work in teams to find solutions to real-world problems. Your English tuition will be provided by Stafford House.
Participants will take part in lectures, workshops and science-based English lessons as well as visits to local places of relevant interest. Lectures will cover subjects such as a physics masterclass and will also feature guest lecturers. Potential workshops include topics such as Lego Robotics, rockets and combustion and coding. Students will also take part in practical lab-work demonstrations to put the theory into practice. Visit destinations may include the Science Museum, National Space Centre or Bletchley Park. English lessons will develop each of the four skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing as well as knowledge of scientific vocabulary and grammar necessary to present their final projects in appropriate English.
Understand how STEM subjects solve real-life problems
Develop practical skills in and outside of the lab
Demonstrate your skills in a supportive environment
Improve your ability to work as part of a team
Activities and Excursions
One full-day excursion per week is included. Destinations may include London, Warwick Castle or Canterbury. The onsite activities programme is both fun and varied and has something that will interest both creative and sporty students alike. Each day will end with an energetic evening activity which encourages students to socialise with their new international friends. Evening activities are varied and fun and may include discos, talent shows and international evenings.
Workshop based study will be facilitated by light, quick content tuition. The course will incorporate projects as well as group work to apply theory and students will work towards a final presentation. Academic English will help to improve your final presentation.
Practical lab workshops are a key element of our STEM course and will allow theory learnt to be put into practice.
Full day excursions allow students to really get to know the UK. We use major destinations such as London as a classroom, where students will find creative and cultural information through guided walks and visits to museums and other places of interest.
Our educational visits provide the perfect complement to lectures and workshops and provide a real world perspective to our courses. Visits may include the National Space Centre, The Science Museum and Life in Motion at the IMAX.
Awarded for the successful completion of the course.
We offer a variety of onsite and offsite activities. Our activities provide opportunities for students to have a fun and make international friends.