Academic English Courses


Bournemouth, known for its beautiful sandy beaches and family friendly atmosphere, is a tourist and regional centre for leisure, entertainment, culture and recreation. Hop on a train from Waterloo Station in London and in just over an hour you could be relaxing on the sandy beaches of…

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Boarding Schools


A city rich in culture, architecture and attractions. Choose from popular attractions such as the National Media Museum, the Bradford Industrial Museum or Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, as well as great cinemas and the Leisure Exchange complex. Throughout the year…

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Business English Course


Brighton is one of the most vibrant, colourful and creative cities in Europe. Cosmopolitan, energetic, fun, young, Brighton offers everything from its regency architectural heritage to its beachfront cool. Situated just under an hour from central London, nearly eight million tourists…

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Exam Preparation Courses


Bristol is the largest city in the south west of England, with a population of approximately half a million. The city lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire and has been politically administered by both counties in part at various times. However, Bristol is historically…

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Family Courses


Home to one the world’s most famous universities, carols in King’s College Chapel and punting on the river Cam, Cambridge is a cosmopolitan city with outstanding old and new architecture. Cambridge is a delight to visit in any season, with its well preserved ancient centre, medieval streets,…

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Foundation Courses


A city with both heritage and ambition Cardiff has a distinctive character, a good quality of life, and a growing national and international reputation. It is presently host to numerous large and high profile events, including Britain’s largest free summer festival. As the capital city…

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General English Courses


Chelmsford is a centre of industry and commerce and as such has a thriving and innovative ambience, perfect for budding entrepreneurs. The birthplace of broadcasting, Chelmsford attracts a wealth of cultures which makes it ideal for anyone to immerse themselves in its cosmopolitan environment…

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Instensive Courses

City of Durham

From the rolling landscape in the north and west to the rich agricultural lands in the south, the Vale of Durham is a diverse destination with bustling towns, exciting activities and enthralling attractions. Bishop Auckland is home to Auckland Castle, steeped in history and still the…

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One-to-One Courses


A traditional seafront resort, Eastbourne offers five miles of beautiful, clean, award winning beaches, sea front restaurants and a range of seafront activities. The famous Carpet Gardens are the centrepiece of Eastbourne’s promenade exhibiting vibrant displays of bedding plants,…

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Summer Courses


The beautiful city of Edinburgh is an enchanting place to visit. With over one million overseas visitors a year, Edinburgh is the second most visited tourist destination in the UK. Every year Edinburgh is host to a variety of events and festivals – you will be spoilt for choice…

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Teachers Training Courses


Vibrant and energetic, Glasgow is one of the liveliest, most cosmopolitan cities in Europe and is considered one of the world’s top 10 tourist cities. The city has emerged as a centre of style and vitality set against the backdrop of beautiful Victorian architecture. Art and culture are an important part…

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Liverpool is a place that combines in harmony a rich past with a bright future. Its ample history makes it a perfect destination for anybody looking to explore England’s vast cultural heritage. Also, it is an active city, where those looking to get around can find plenty of pubs…

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London, one of the world’s leading tourism destinations, is home to an array of famous tourist attractions and some of the best shopping streets in the world. With almost 15 million international visitors per year, London is the second most visited city in the world…

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Inviting, original, edgy, happening and different: spend time in Manchester and you will see that this is a city like no other. Situated only two hours from central London, Manchester is a dramatic mix of old and new. The futuristic design and innovative shapes of Manchester’s…

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Oxford, the city of dreaming spires, has always been famous for its university and history. Nowadays, Oxford is a bustling, cosmopolitan town offering visitors a huge choice of activities and unique and exciting attractions that you would need more than one day to experience…

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For a long time  Portsmouth  continues to be an important naval port, with a four miles long seafront. It is a very attractive place to visit, especially for those interested in naval history. Situated on England’s south coast, in the country of Hampshire, Portsmouth, also known as Pompey hosts…

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During the peak summer season many people are drawn by the town’s beautiful setting, the beach and other attractions. Swanage has a gently sloping white sand beach which is sheltered and generally calm. Besides the beach, there are other local attractions including the restored Swanage steam railway…

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