Tuition: Application and fees
There are discounted fee packages available if you are looking to pre-book a number of hours of tuition.
Tuition packages (per subject)
|Programme 1 - Short Programme||5 Hours of tuition + 1 Mock Examination Paper + Final Progress Report||£525||Up to £175 (33%)|
|Programme 2 - Mid-length programme||10 Hours of tuition + 2 Mock Examination Papers + Final Progress Report||£975||Up to £150 (15%)|
|Programme 3 - Long programme||20 Hours of tuition + 3 Mock Examination Papers + Final Progress Report||£1,725||Up to £200 (12%)|
|Programme 4 - Extended programme||35 Hours of tuition + 4 Mock Examination Papers + Midway and Final Progress Report||£2,500||Up to £625 (25%)|
We are always happy to arrange a custom package of tuition for you. Tuition is priced from £75 per hour. Please get in touch to tell us about the package you are looking for and we would be delighted to provide you a quote.
Choose the right tuition style:
On-going supplementary tuition consists of regular – often weekly – tutorials over a set period of time.
Supplementary tuition is most suitable if you are looking for a regular programme of tuition to support your studies – such as a particular subject at school or a course you might be studying by yourself with a distance learning organisation or other academic institution.
You can enrol for a course of supplementary tuition at any time.
Short courses of tuition are most suitable for brushing up on one or two specific topics or clarifying academic concepts that may be proving difficult. Short courses can also be useful to help prepare for a specific test – such as a university entrance aptitude test.
Greene’s can organise a short course of tuition at any time of the year. Several short courses can be taken over the course of an academic year and booking in advance can ensure availability of the same tutor. A series of short course may fit in well with organising academic support during school half-terms and holidays.
If you need to consolidate knowledge in a particular subject, come to grips with difficult concepts, work on study skills (e.g. essay writing and planning), or simply refresh your knowledge for examination, a short course may offer you the support and help you need.
Making the most out of your tutorials:
To get the best out of your tutor and your tutorial be well prepared. Spend time thinking about what you want to cover with your tutor and send any completed work to your tutor beforehand. You should expect to complete about three hours of independent preparatory work for each hour of tuition
The tutorial method of learning works best when the learning and understanding of topics is consolidated by probing discussion with your tutor. The more prepared you are the more you will get out of your tutorial.
To apply for a course of tuition at Greene’s please complete the online application form by following the link at the top of this page.