is £15.00 per person per night ( Friday to Sunday only ) and £6 for children 3yrs & above, children under 3yrs go free.
We run regular IELTS tests at our Eastbourne campus.
Each month over 1000 students take their IELTS test with us.
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Sussex Downs College is the largest further education college in East Sussex, providing education and training from foundation to degree level.
The college educates almost half of the county's young people and over 8,000 adults each year at campuses in Lewes, Eastbourne and Newhaven, and in the workplace.
Sussex Downs College is the principle provider of work based further education and apprenticeships in these areas.The college was established in 2001 through a merger of Lewes Tertiary College and Eastbourne College of Arts and Technology, with Park Sixth Form College added in 2003. In 2014 the College achieved an overall A-Level pass rate of 97% In the most recent Ofsted inspection (2015), Sussex Downs College was rated 'Requires Improvement'.Sussex Downs College, Eastbourne Cross Levels Way, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 2UF Sussex Downs College, Lewes 1 Mountfield Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2XH Sussex Downs College, Newhaven Training Centre, Denton Island, Newhaven, BN9 9BN A variety of part-time and full-time courses are offered at Sussex Downs College including A levels, BTECs, apprenticeships and many work based vocational qualifications. This rate from Ofsted was lower than their previous inspection where the College was rated 'Good'.Students can also study at the Sports Academy, Performing Arts Academy and East Sussex Music Academy Sussex Downs College offers a wide range of programmes for overseas students, with learners undertaking anything from one week courses to three years of academic study in preparation for progression to UK universities. Four key areas were identified as needing to improve: effectiveness of leadership and management; quality of teaching, learning and assessment; outcomes for learners; and the 16-19 study programmes.Teaching and Learning were heavily criticised and in particular students of GCSE Maths & English do not make adequate progress.For the most recent reports please click on the ofsted link.