English schools in Europe
Teaching: Your teachers are experts, qualified at teaching their language. They use a variety of up-to-date approaches to design an ideal course for your particular group.We focus on creating the right environment for you to learn effectively. This means that classes are interesting, and learning progress is rapid, thanks also to project and group work, the most up-to-date materials and computer learning programs, video and audio facilities.
Bournemouth: The seaside resorts of the English south coast are famous for their miles of sandy beaches and their pleasantly mild climate. Bournemouth is said to enjoy more sunny days than any other seaside resort in Southern England. Spend your free time swimming or going on excursions in and around picturesque Dorset and the New Forest. Bournemouth is small, but full of life. Somehow there is always a holiday atmosphere here.
Brighton: Often described as “London by the Sea”, Brighton is a fashionable and exciting cosmopolitan city. Along with the thousands of international students who visit Brighton every year it also has two wellrespected universities. Its popularity with young people means there is always plenty to do; from BBQ’s on the beach to evenings spent in one of Brighton’s many pubs, clubs, bars or restaurants.
Cambridge: Cambridge is not only one of the most famous, but also one of the most popular student towns in Europe.Young people from all over the world enjoy student life, around which this town has revolved for centuries.There are numerous opportunities to enjoy sport, go to the theatre, cinema, pubs, clubs and to go shopping. The blossoming festival culture with its emphasis on popular music, film and art is proof enough that time never stands still in Cambridge.
London Central: London buzzes with life! New museums, theatres and galleries are opening up everywhere. London sets world-class standards in fashion, design, architecture and film, and when night falls, this busy financial capital turns into the entertainment capital of Europe.The city music and theatre scenes is thriving and international trends are set in the London clubs. The UK capital is becoming even more cosmopolitan, yet still manages to maintain its distinctly English identity.You can hardly imagine a more inspiring backdrop for your language learning.
London Lee Green: Lee Green is located near Blackheath, an upmarket area of cafes and restaurants, and Greenwich, where the world’s time is set. Eurocentres Lee Green sets its own mark as a well-equipped quality school that is also Britain’s largest test centre for IELTS, the English test you need to enter a British college or university. Although Lee Green is only 25 minutes from Central London by train, it has the friendly feeling of a small neighbourhood, with accommodation close to the school. So you get the advantages of a small town — with access to city life!