inlingua Edinburgh has been teaching English and over 20 other languages to students from around the world since 2005. The experienced trainers come from a variety of educational and professional backgrounds and the teacher's rotation means that students are exposed to a variety of accents, personalities and teaching styles. For more information check the school website.
  • 5
    Courses
  • N\A
    Living Costs per Month
  • About
  • Programmes
  • Facility & Services
  • Social life

Description

At inlingua you learn to communicate in your target language in the same way as you learned your mother tongue.

About Location

The language centre is based in a Georgian building in Edinburgh’s busy West End which just a minute’s walk from Princes Street – the city’s main shopping area and the best place to see iconic views of Edinburgh castle.

Teaching Method

It’s an intensive, world-renowned method where trainers teach in your target language, using pictures and role-plays rather than direct translations. They encourage you to participate actively in the classroom, helping you to pick up your new language as quickly as possible. From day one, the trainer’s aim is to encourage you to speak as much as possible whilst integrating skills in reading, writing and listening into the lesson. inlingua runs classes in small groups with a maximum of 10 students (average 5) to allow students to practice their spoken English as much as possible. There are no mixed-level groups!

Facilities

  • Seven colourful classrooms with comfortable seating
  • Student’s lounge with TV and reading material
  • Small class sizes (average 5, max 10)
  • One-to-one coaching sessions for students staying 5 weeks +
  • Free tea and coffee
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • City-centre location
  • Cafes, pubs, shops, supermarkets and banks next to the school
  • Self-access library

Services

  • Regularly updated information board with job information, activities, etc.
  • 24/7 emergency telephone number
  • Excellent transport links

Accommodation

  • Homestay (Half-board or Self-catering)
  • Student Residences (June, July and August)

Social Programme

  • Regular social programme (average of 5 activities per week during summer, 3 in other seasons)

Activities

  • Games nights
  • Film nights
  • Traditional Scottish pub nights
  • Salsa nights
  • Quiz nights

Excursions

  • City tours
  • Ceilidhs (traditional Scottish dancing)
  • Whisky tasting
  • Museum and gallery visits
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Saturday excursions to other parts of Scotland

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