Leicester Square School of English


About Leicester Square School of English

With an amazing location in the heart of the West End, Leicester Square School of English gives you a fabulous chance to study English, make friends from across the globe and find out about what life is like in London.

This language school opened in 1992 and welcomes students from 94 countries. All the teachers here are native English speakers and are qualified to teach English as a foreign language.

The courses on offer at Leicester Square School of English London include General English with can be coupled with extra Conversation, Pronunciation, and Vocabulary classes. You will have between 15 and 30 hours of lessons of week in classes with, on average, 8 students. You can stay for one week or even a whole year if you opt for an Academic Year, meaning that you get 16 weeks holiday to do what you want!

Shorter examination preparation courses for the Cambridge papers and IELTS are also available, as well as an ESOL course that will teach you the English used in everyday life.

As Leicester Square has a dedicated social activities organiser, there's no shortage of things to do! You can mix with others on London tourist attraction visits, River Thames boat trips, pub nights, ice skating and even salsa dancing!

Facilities at Leicester Square School of English

As a student of Leicester Square School of English you will benefit from free internet access which you can use for research and emailing friends home to let them know what an amazing time you're having. You will also have access to a study and computer area. The Wardour Street building has two common rooms so you can relax and get to know other students during your breaks. The main reception of Leicester Square School of English is in the Leicester Square building.

Where is Leicester Square School of English located?

Leicester Square School of English London occupies two Victorian buildings very close to each other. The first is in Wardour Street in Soho where you can experience the true cultural diversity of London. You should eat in China Town and go to the Comedy Store.

The second building is on Leicester Square which is lined with restaurants and outdoor cafes where you can watch street entertainers and musicians. The theatres of the West End will surround you and the Hippodrome club is close by. You can walk to the London Eye, Big Ben, and Trafalgar Square from here.

Both buildings are very close to Leicester Square Tube Station which is on the Northern and Piccadilly tube lines in Zone 1.

What accreditations does Leicester Square School of English hold?

Leicester Square School of English London is accredited by the British Council and a member of English UK.

Leicester Square School of English
22 Leicester Square
London WC2H 7LE England

Tel: +44 (0)20 7839 7772
Fax: +44 (0)20 7839 2377
Web: http://www.lsse.ac.uk/