Life in the UK preparation classes
About This Course
Prepare yourself for the Life in the UK (LUK) test with us at VADS
As part of the application process to become a British citizen or permanent resident, in addition to being able to speak and read English, applicants are required to pass a citizenship test. You will learn to demonstrate that you have a good understanding of past and present life in the UK. The LUK Preparation Course is designed to not only equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to pass this test but also teach you techniques to help memorise a large amount of information required to pass the test (Over 1400 questions!).
We’ve designed a preparation course that is easy to follow and covers every aspect of Life in the UK (everything you will need for the test), i.e., history, modern society, politics and law. People often understand and remember things more clearly that are visual, and so we have developed a vibrant and entertaining slideshow containing over 750 slides, featuring cartoons, photographs, paintings, music, and even some short clips of British films. Throughout the course the teacher will ask questions to help you remember the new information and every day you will do practice tests with genuine LUK questions, enabling you to check your progress and to see which areas you still need to work on.
The LUK preparation test is an intensive course, delivered by qualified and experienced tutors, in a way which is engaging and dynamic.
The exam itself cannot be taken at VADS. The course fee does not include the price of the exam however we do provide assistance with booking your exam.
Course content (three modules):
- Lessons 1 – 3: British History – from the first people to arrive in Britain 10,000 years ago, to the coalition government of the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats in 2010
- Lesson 4: A Modern Thriving Society – Art, Culture, Sport and Religion
- Lesson 5: UK government, law and your role in society
The duration of the course is five days, Monday to Friday, and each lesson is three hours per day.
- Be equipped with the all knowledge to pass the Life in the UK test;
- Have a greater understanding, awareness, and knowledge of British history, culture, law, and your role in society;
- Increase your ability to use the English language and be comfortable with facts, news, and up-to-date information relating to life in the UK
- Increase your chances of passing the test and achieving your citizenship/permanent residency.