Learn English during your holidays
If children want a first taste of what boarding school life feels like without committing to a longer stay straight off, then a summer or language course at a British boarding school is the best place to start. Such courses give schoolchildren not just the opportunity to learn English but to get to know the country and its people, meet other students from other parts of the world, enjoy joint excursions as well as pursue their favourite sports.
Most courses comprise 15-20 hours of lessons in small groups of between 8 to 12 pupils. (More intensive courses can be offered.) Outside the classroom the many extra-curricular and recreational activities ensure there’s a good combination of “work hard, play hard”. Such a course might whet your son’s or daughter’s appetite for more and is the perfect precursor to a longer stay abroad.
We offer over 50 courses and have been working with most of the course providers for decades. Please send us an email to email@example.com and tell us the period of time you would like, the age of your child, any special sporting or musical interests and the planned duration of your stay. We will send you a selection of tailor-made courses we have checked for quality.
Learn English after you’ve completed school
Finished school? Missed out on a stay abroad? Too young to go to university? There are interesting courses for young adults (aged 17 and over) who have already finished school and now want to improve their English in England.
The options are very diverse: from a few weeks of intensive tuition to a stay of a few months to a whole school year. There are many ways of acquiring language and subject knowledge at the same time in a Foundation Course - everything is possible. This time out between school and university is perfect for broadening your personal and academic horizons. Travel broadens the mind!
Courses are offered in small classes of a maximum of twelve students at private colleges in popular university cities such as Cambridge, Oxford or London. Accommodation is in single or double rooms in "student residences" or with host families, whichever is preferred.
The application process is the same as for a regular boarding school stay. More on the application process