English Book Education, together with the British University in Georgia, has started to register students for Summer School 2021. Our Summer School is committed to offering innovative academic courses and interactive educational opportunities.
The British University in Georgia and English Book Education give students a chance to combine learning, creative enhancement and action-packed adventure.
Students will take one major course – Critical Thinking and will additionally choose one subject of their interests:
- LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS
- LEADERSHIP IN POLITICS
Highly qualified, professional teachers, whose main goals are to make students’ summer holidays productive, fun, and memorable, lead each programme.
The purpose of the courses is to provide students with the knowledge they can use in practice and with regard to this, each subject is project-based.
With our Summer School programme a student is able to:
- Improve his/her English language skills
- Deepen knowledge in the areas he/she is interested in
- Explore and experience student life
- Practice his/her communication skills
- Make new friends
- Course length: 2 Weeks
- Start dates: 5 Jul, 19 Jul, 2 Aug
- Total learning period: 60 hours
- Minimum age – maximum age: 13 – 17
- Tuition fee: 800 GEL (500 GEL for book club members)
INCLUDED IN THE COURSE FEE
- Course handouts
- Stationery items
- Internet access
- End-of-course certificate
Leadership in Business
The purpose of this course is to give knowledge to students about business, the way it works and contributes to the life of society. Students who study business have the opportunity to develop core skills across business projects – leadership, business communication, business description, marketing plan, etc.
Leadership in Politics
This programme provides students with an in-depth understanding of the world of politics, including the essence of statehood, democracy and its values, international and regional cooperation and confrontation. The graduates will obtain in-demand skills of leadership, critical thinking, analysing, argument-based discussion and presenting.