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​Destinations:

Brighton:

Brighton is widely recognised for its lovely beach which attracts tourists from all over Europe. Apart from swimming, of course, a lot of time is spent on the pier where you can try different types of food and play games in the arcade hall. While heading to the beach is the main attraction, there is so much more to do in this seaside city.  Brighton offers world class entertainment for everyone, no matter what your personality is like. Shop for your favourite brand in Churchill Square Shopping Centre or go second hand shopping in one of the many flea markets. Visit Sea Life and discover underwater animals, cultivate yourself and visit Brighton Museum or go clubbing late into the night in one of the city’s many nightclubs. 

What’s fantastic about the location of Brighton is that it’s only a 40 minute bus ride to the Seven Sisters cliffs and just a 1 hour train ride to central London. There are direct trains to Gatwick airport which makes it very easy to travel.

It’s no wonder Brighton is called “Little London by the Sea”.

 

If you want to stay in a fun and exciting city but avoid big cities, then you will love Brighton.

Bristol:

Bristol is located in the southwest of the United Kingdom with a population of just under 500,000 people. 

This charming city is known for its harbour, Clifton Suspension Bridge and perhaps mostly for the annual Balloon Fiesta.

This festival of balloons attracts people from all around the world and is Europe’s largest meeting of hot air balloons.

The event is usually running at the beginning of August for a few days so make sure to not miss out if you are planning to study during this period.

Bristol is also one of the most popular student destinations in the UK. Here you have some of the best universities in the country and exciting student life on offer.

Banksy, the mysterious and world famous artist was born in Bristol and several of his works can be found here such as The Girl With The Pearl Earring” and “The Mild Mild West”. If you are interested in art, then make sure to spend a few hours enjoying his masterpieces in person.

Should you want to improve your English in a young and vibrant city full of life then Bristol is a great choice for you.

Cambridge:

Cambridge is famous worldwide for its prestigious universities. People such as Charles Darwin, David Attenborough and Stephen Hawking among many other recognisable names studied here.

This city is full of old beautiful monuments that you can easily explore by foot due to its small size. Many people also move around the city by punting which is a very traditional way of transportation in Cambridge.

Cambridge may be an old and traditional city, but it’s very modernised at the same time. Several festivals are being held annually, and the most well known is the folk music festival which is one of the most popular in Europe. Artists from the UK and around the world line up yearly to entertain thousands of fans.

There are also great dining options and leisure activities for everyone to enjoy.

What better way to improve your English than in the birthplace of the Cambridge Dictionary? Study in the city of students and feel like a graduate when you receive your well earned certificate from your school.

London:

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life” is a quote by the former author Samuel Johnson. If you have ever visited this huge cosmopolitan city, then you’ll surely understand why. Anything you can think of, you can find in London. 

In the heart of the city, you can go shopping in Oxford Street and choose between no less than 300 shops. Enjoy a theatre show in Covent Garden and try new restaurants from all around the world. Concerts and sporting events are held year round with options to satisfy even the greediest. There are countless museums to choose from and the best part is that most of them are free to visit.

London is surprisingly green for being such a big city. Both in the central area and the surrounding area of the city, you can take nice walks or have a picnic in one of its many parks With endless activities and attractions to visit, you’ll always find something new and exciting to do.

 

The fast pace and hectic environment may not be for everyone, but if you give it a chance, London will repay you with a great adventure and memories to last forever.

Manchester:

Manchester is the second largest city in the United Kingdom with a population of almost 3 million people. The city is mainly famous for its music scene and world class football. Music groups such as Oasis, Take That and The Smiths are all from here among many others. Two of the best football teams in the world, Manchester City & Manchester United are based here which attracts tens of thousands of tourists each year.

Similar to London, Manchester offers great shopping, dining, entertainment and buzzing nightlife. What’s better is that the prices generally are lower than in London which makes it a more budget friendly big city to visit. Staying in Manchester makes it easy to visit other cities such as Liverpool, Newcastle and Sheffield. Perfect if you want to explore the northern parts of England.

If you want to study in a larger city, but at the same time avoid the business of the capital, then Manchester will suit you perfectly.

Newcastle:

Newcastle is located in the north of England with a population of roughly 300,000 people. Newcastle used to have a reputation as an industrial city but has lately transformed into a modern city with a growing number of students.

Famous for their brown ale beer, many people are drawn to the brewery to sample some drinks and explore how their traditional drink is made.

People here love football and have a strong passion for their team, Newcastle United FC. Whether you are a fan of the sport or not, a visit to St.James’ Park is highly recommended to experience the crazy atmosphere.

For anyone interested in visiting other cities, Edinburgh is only a couple of hours away. Transportation by bus and train runs daily and are easy ways to get to the Scottish capital

Learning English in Newcastle means that you will most likely get used to hearing the lovely, Geordie accent. This accent comes from the northeast area of England and is very different from other parts.

Newcastle is generally considered as one of the friendliest cities in the UK. Tourists are often well taken care of by locals and you’ll feel welcome in no time if you choose to study here.

Torquay:

Torquay is a charming town situated on the English Channel. Known for its many sandy beaches, it’s a top summer holiday destination for British tourists. The UNESCO protected English Riviera Global Geopark is located just next to the town of Torquay. There you can spend a full day walking and enjoy the stunning hills above clear water.

The center of Torquay is a great place for shopping. “Fleet Walk” is home to over 50 high street shops including cafes and restaurants. Once you have finished shopping, you can head to the harbour and enjoy a beautiful view over Tor Bay. which is located just a few minutes away.

Torquay is a fantastic choice if you are looking for a calm environment while you study. The nature surrounding the city provides plenty of opportunities to enjoy a different experience compared to other parts of England.

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EC Brighton

This bright and modern institute is situated just a couple of minutes away from the famous Brighton Pier, The Royal Pavilion and The Lanes. From here, you have easy access to shops, restaurants, cafes and public transportation.

The school has 18 classrooms, a computer room, a library, a self-study room, a student lounge and a prayer room. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General English

*Exam Preparation

*English for Work

*English in the City

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IH Bristol

International House Bristol is situated in the lovely area of Clifton. The main tourist attractions including shops, cafes and restaurants can be reached easily by foot from the institute.

The school has 18 classrooms, a study room and a student's lounge with coffee and drinks machines. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

* General English

Exam Preparation Courses

*Specialist Courses

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EC Cambridge

EC Cambridge is located in the centre of the city within walking distance of the iconic King's College Chapel. Public transportation, shops and restaurants can all be found nearby.

The school has 14 classrooms, a computer room, a library, a self-study room and a student lounge. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General English

*Exam Preparation

*English for Work

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International House London is situated in the touristic and lively area of Covent Garden, al close to many top tourist attractions, shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. This area of London is called the West End which is famous as a theatre and entertainment district.

The school has 53 spacious and bright classrooms, a library, a cafe, a computer room and social spaces. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General English

Exam Preparation Courses

(FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS)

Academic Skills

English with Career Skills

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EC London

EC London is situated in Euston, a central part of London which is close to the famous shopping area Oxford Street and the entertainment district, Picadilly Circus. Underground and train stations can be found just outside of the school which makes moving around the city easy.

The school has 14 classrooms, a computer room, a library, a self-study room and a student lounge. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General English

*Exam Preparation

*English for Work

*English in the City

Contact us for detailed information and a price guarantee!

EC Manchester

EC Manchester is centrally located which makes it easy to visit some of the top tourist attractions of the city. The Picadilly train station is just a few minutes away, and the Coach Station is situated just across the street. You can reach Old Trafford, the home stadium of Manchester United by taking a 10 minute train ride.

The school has 9 classrooms, a computer room, a library, a self-study room and a student lounge. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General English

*Exam Preparation

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International House Newcastle is located in a very central area close to shops, restaurants, public transportation and tourist attractions. If you book a student apartment with IH Newcastle, it will take you less than 10 minutes by foot to get to and from the school. This institute has 16 classrooms, a computer room and a student area/cafe. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

* General English

Exam Preparation Courses

(FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS)

Personal Study Programme

English for Aviation

Online Courses

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International House Torquay

Torquay International language school is located in a quiet area, away from busy surroundings so that you can study in a relaxed and productive environment. There is however easy access to the town where you'll find shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. Most host families are based within walking distance of the school, so there is usually no need to use public transportation to and from the institute.

The school has 20 classrooms, a student room and large lovely gardens where you can play volleyball and have a BBQ. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the school.

Courses:

*General English

*English for over 30s

*Discover Devon 50+

*Legal English

*Professional English

*English plus Golf

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