Eden House College London opened its doors in 1968. This family owned college
has spent the last four decades providing excellent levels of customer service
and teaching. Many of the teachers have taught around the world, so teaching
English to international students is second nature to them.
You can study General English, Business English, and Medical English on a full time, part time or intensive basis for anywhere between 2 and 48 weeks! You will attend between 8 and 30 lessons a week in a class with (on average) 10 other students. You can combine these standard courses with options like conversational and verbal communications classes and computer studies where you will come into contact with native English speaking students too. Eden House College London also offers exam preparation courses for the Cambridge papers and IELTS.
Many of the courses include excursions to museums, galleries, and law courts so you get to experience English in action in a variety of situations.
Eden House College London employs a Social Activities Organiser. Activities that are organised include bowling and day trips to places like Cambridge and Oxford which will help you to make friends with other students and thoroughly enjoy your free time.
There are plenty of facilities aside from the well equipped classrooms at Eden House College London. There's a small lending library where you can borrow books for self study. During breaks you can head to the college canteen for breakfast, lunch and snacks or to the student lounge to relax. Here you can chat to other students, play games, watch a film or surf the internet. If you combine your English studies with a computer course you will use the state of the art computer training room too.
Eden House College London is right in the heart of Central London, on the corner
of Oxford Street and Soho Street. The closest tube station to this college is
Tottenham Court Road which is accessed by tubes that run on the Central and
This college is surrounded by the theatres, restaurants, bars, and galleries of the West End. You should take the opportunity to visit the nearby British Museum and the National Portrait Gallery whilst studying here. You will find Oxford Street practically on the doorstep so after you shop till you drop you can stop for something to eat in China Town or experience the nightlife of Soho.
Eden House College London is accredited by the British Council and is a member of English UK.