Our English summer schools take place at our Kings Centre, situated in the heart of London’s most vibrant area and just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of the West End. The centre has a wealth of history and good transport links and is a short walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras international stations so that all of central London is easily accessible.
Summer schools provide a great opportunity to meet people from around the world. Get to know this renowned city by taking part in our scheduled cultural visits as well as exploring in your own time.
We accept applications from those aged 18 or above. You will receive a certificate of attendance and participation once you have successfully completed the programme.
We work closely with a number of recognised accommodation providers in London and can provide advice and help with booking accommodation and airport transfers. If you do not normally need a visa to visit the UK (non-visa nationals), you should be able to study for up to 6 months without applying for a visa in advance. You will need a letter from the college confirming you have been accepted onto a course and will need to see a Border Officer when you arrive in the UK.
If you are from a country for which you would usually require a visa to visit the UK you will need to apply for a Visitor Visa in advance. We are unable to issue Student Route Visas (previously known as Tier 4 General Student Visas) for our summer schools. For further information, please email email@example.com
Our English summer school offers English language classes for 17.5 hours per week (3 hours each morning, Monday – Friday), and you can study with us for up to 4 weeks at our Kings Cross Centre in central London.
Optional social and leisure activities are arranged as part of the summer school on Thursday afternoons (3 hours per week). Trips could include:
– The British Library
– The Museum of London
– Tate Modern
– Somerset House
– The British Museum
– Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
A London Travelcard may be required to participate in cultural and industry visits (costing approximately £35 per week).
Monday 31 July – Friday 25 August 2023
17.5 hours per week for 4 weeks
Entry 3 – Level 1 (CEFR B1 – B2)
£190 per week for International Students.
If you will be aged 19 or older on 31 August in the year you begin your course and have been resident in the UK/EU/EEA for the past 3 years, your course may be free, depending on your circumstances. Some courses will have other costs associated, such as for materials and trips.
You will need to be aged 18 or older.