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London West End


Many of London's sights are within walking distance of our central London English language school, which is located in the heart of the city, close to Oxford Street and Baker Street. Bond Street and Baker Street underground stations are just 5 minutes' walk from the school. The school is a 1 minute walk from Marylebone High Street, which was recently voted the best High Street in London.


The school is housed on 5 floors and has 24 spacious, comfortable classrooms. In our busier times we have the use of up to 33 classrooms at our main building, Hannah House, and provide up to 9 teaching rooms at our additional centre, the School of Economic Science, located 5 minutes on foot from our main building.

The school is equipped with a university-style library and a Self-Access Centre which has a wide range of self-study material and exam practice books together with 14 computers which all have self-study programs. There is also an expanding collection of nearly 300 'graded readers' and novels along with a large selection of English language DVDs, all of which you can borrow. An experienced teacher is always there to help you with any questions you have about the books or your studies.
coffee shop
The school benefits from its own 70-seater café with sofa area and wide-screen plasma TV, where students can relax, have lunch and socialise with friends during breaks and after lessons.
Multimedia Room
The computer area is fitted with 40 computers, many with headphones and webcams for an enhanced online experience, and offers free high-speed internet connection.
Free wifi
Laptop users can also enjoy free Wi-Fi connection in the café and library.

Social activities

Living in England gives students the perfect chance to experience British culture and practise their English. The school has an extensive social programme that is designed to let students get the most out of their stay.
Students are provided with a monthly social programme at the beginning of each month. A typical month may include trips to the cinema, a boat party on the River Thames, a visit to the Houses of Parliament, a visit to the BBC or a picnic or sports afternoon in Regent's Park. A small charge (£3 - £10) is made for some activities, others are free of charge. Weekend trips are also available to places of interest, such as Bath and Stonehenge, Cambridge, Oxford and even Paris, Scotland or Amsterdam.




Standard Homestay

Living in homestay accommodation can be one of the most rewarding and interesting parts of the student's visit to England. You will have the chance to live in a home environment and experience the culture first hand.

Student Residence

Our residence is located in Zone 1 and provides easy access to Central London and the school. All rooms are modern, with your own private bathroom and internet access. In addition, there are excellent shared common rooms and kitchen facilities.



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