Frances King School of English London has been running English courses since
1973. It has built a reputation for excellence and over 35% of its students are
referred by people that have studied at the school.
This large language school has a bustling atmosphere, with up to 600 students attending in peak season. Adults from over 80 countries flock here to learn English, make new friends, and learn about the British way of life.
All of the lessons at Frances King School of English are demanding and enjoyable. You'll find your teachers to be approachable, well qualified, and well trained. Part time and full time courses in General, Intensive, Professional, Academic and Legal English are available, as well as examination preparation for the Cambridge Papers, IELTS, TOEFL and TOEIC. You can even enrol on Internet courses before you come to London and continue when you go home.
Holiday courses are also offered by Frances King School of English London at different points throughout the year for families, young children, or older adults.
The Social Organiser will help you to enjoy London and meet new people. You can join visits to London attractions, London nightlife, and cultural events such as Bonfire Night and Chinese New Year in London.
Frances King School of English London has two centres, one in Kensington, and one in Belgravia. They both boast excellent facilities including common areas on each floor with refreshment facilities. There is also a Study Centre in each building containing computers with free Internet and email access and a range of study materials including books, cassettes, and newspapers. There are 35 classrooms in total, not including the Executive Centre and the one to one rooms in Kensington.
Frances King School of English has two main centres in travel zone 1 in Central
London, which occupy completely renovated Victorian buildings. The first is in
Kensington, opposite the Gloucester Road tube station on the Circle, District,
and Piccadilly lines. Kensington is a cosmopolitan area of London renowned for
its shops and bars. You will also be within easy walking distance of the
British, Science and Victoria and Albert museums.
The second centre is in Belgravia, just two minutes walk away from Victoria Station. Tubes that run on the Central and District lines stop here. From this centre you can walk to major tourist attractions including Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, and Westminster.
Frances King School of English London is accredited by the British Council and is also a member of English UK, Quality English and IALC.