The language school in Brighton lies in the heart of the town, opposite the world-famous Royal Pavilion built between 1815 and 1822 by George IV, Prince of Wales, as his comfortable summer residence. For more information check the school website.
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  • About
  • Programmes
  • Facility & Services
  • Social life

About Location

The school is not only ideally located, it is also very well connected: most bus routes stop directly in front of the school and the railway station is just a 10-minute walk away.


  • Learning centre
  • Library
  • Student lounge
  • Wifi
  • Cafeteria
  • Computer room
  • Disabled access facilities for people with mobility impairments


  • Homestay: There are a variety of homestays available to suit everyone from families with children, to single owner occupiers, to retired couples. All of our homestay providers including professional agencies if used, have been carefully chosen, and are regularly inspected.
  • Residence: Contact and communication with people from all over the world are the main features of the student residence.

Social Programme

The school organises regular social activities, which help students to mix and make lasting friendships.


Students are encouraged to enjoy to the full the innumerable sights, events and activities which Brighton offers its visitors. The school provides information on this, as well as places of interest. The aim is to encourage students to make discoveries, to immerse themselves in the environment and the culture.

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