MLS International College is accredited, recognised or authorised by a number of external Quality Bodies, as listed below.

English Language Teaching Accreditation


The British Council, in partnership with English UK, forms a national accrediting body, AccreditationUK, for accredited schools, colleges and universities that provide English language courses. Inspections are carried out at least every four years. The English UK complaints procedure also provides students with access to an independent ombudsman.

The 2019 Accreditation UK Report for MLS is available by clicking here.

 

MLS is recognised as an English Language Centre of Excellence.  A Centre of Excellence is awarded to British Council teaching centres whose latest inspection report shows sufficient areas of strength to place the centre in the top quartile of all language centres in the UK, including English language schools, universities and FE colleges.


English Language Test Centre Accreditations

The Cambridge English BULATS test is an online test, with results expressed in terms of the CEFR (A1-C2) based on your performance. MLS is an Authorised Examination Centre for the BULATS test, which is widely recognised in the workplace.

The Cambridge English LINGUASKILL test is an online test, with results expressed in terms of the CEFR (A1-C2) based on your performance.  There are two test options, Business and General, and you can take the Business option at MLS.  MLS is an Authorised Examination Centre for the Linguaskill test, which is widely recognised in the workplace.

MLS International College is currently the only UK test centre for the English for Aviation Language Testing System (EALTS), administered by LTAS. LTAS Ltd has been approved by the UK CAA as an ICAO and EASA compliant Language Assessment Body, and the certificates it issues are recognised for pilot and air traffic controller license endorsement purposes.


Content Based Learning and Recognition

NCFE are an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators of England Ofqual, Wales (Qualification Wales) and Northern Ireland (CCEA Regulation).  This is an unregulated qualification and is not a nationally recognised qualification.