British Study Centres Brighton


About British Study Centres Brighton

British Study Centres Brighton opened its doors in 2002 and is quickly becoming a popular language school for students that want to experience English culture in a hip seaside town.

People from all over the world flock here to study English, make global friendships, and explore England. As students of British Study Centres Brighton share facilities with Hove College (which British Study Centres group owns), you will get plenty of chances to perfect your English!

You can study General English here at a range of levels for 15 to 30 lessons a week, as well as examination preparation classes for the Cambridge Papers, IELTS, TOEIC and TOEFL. Class sizes are restricted to a maximum of 14 to ensure you receive individual attention. In a recent survey 100% of students said that their classes at British Study Centres Brighton were “excellent” or “good”!

Thanks to the sister school (Hove College) you can also take further study options in Web Design, Internet Marketing, Digital Design and Advertising and PR.

To get the most out of your stay in Brighton and meet new people you should join in the action packed social programme. This includes beach volleyball, trips to local attractions like Devils Dyke and BBQ's in the back garden.

Facilities at British Study Centres Brighton

British Study Centres Brighton has expanded so rapidly that it now has two Brighton centres, one in Medina Villas in Hove and the other on The Drive in Hove. Each centre has bright and attractive classrooms. You will find no less than three computer rooms with the latest flat screen computers. You will have free email and internet access from here so you can email friends and family and let them know how you are doing. The Medina Villas centre also has a large attractive garden often used for relaxation and summer BBQ's.

Where is British Study Centres Brighton located?

British Study Centres Brighton can be found in Hove, part of the city of Brighton and Hove right on the coast of South East England. This is a young and surprisingly cosmopolitan seaside city. The closest train stations to British Study Centres Brighton are Hove and Brighton Central.

Medina Villas is a quiet and leafy residential street 100 meters from the sea and close to Hove's popular shopping streets such as George Street and Church Street. Frequent buses will take you to Brighton city centre where you can visit the high street stores on West Street, amble through the boutiques and jewellery shops of The Laines, tour Brighton Pavilion, or eat candyfloss on Brighton Pier.

What accreditations does British Study Centres Brighton hold?

British Study Centres Brighton is part of British Study Centres Group which is accredited by the British Council and registered with the Department for Education and Skills. It is also a member of English UK.

British Study Centres Brighton
Medina House
41 Medina Villas Hove Brighton BN3 2RP England

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 731352
Fax: +44 (0) 1273 208401
Web: http://www.british-study.com/brighton/