Hampstead School of English London offers you the chance to study in the home
of English language in a pleasant and relaxing environment. Enrol here and
you'll be studying with up to 350 other students from almost 40 countries around
Established in 1977, Hampstead School of English believes in providing excellent tuition, accommodation and student care. They will try to help you in any way they can during your stay.
You can start on any Monday. They'll be a maximum of fifteen people in your class, or 8 if you book in as a premium. You'll be taught by a friendly and relaxed teacher for between 15 and 30 hours a week. You can study General English and combine it with Business English or exam preparation classes for IELTS, TOEFL and TOEIC. There are also Academic and Professional English classes available, as well as preparation classes for the Cambridge papers.
Your free time and breaks will give you plenty of opportunity to chat to other students. The weekly social events such as riverboat discos, sightseeing, and weekend trips to places like Wales arranged by the language school will also help you to mingle with others, make new friends, and enjoy the English culture that surrounds you.
There are 26 well equipped classrooms and a computer room with 30 computers and
free internet access. There is wireless internet access throughout the school,
as well as a laptop connection room. There are even computers in the well
stocked library! The impressive study centre contains books, cassettes, and
During your breaks you can head to the canteen or the coffee lounge (which opens out onto the patio) to chat to other students, meet your friends and grab something to eat
Hampstead School of English London is situated in Hampstead, a fashionable
suburb of London. The High Street is full of trendy cafes and clothes shops, and
many celebrities live here. You will be able to explore the lush green parkland
and woodland of Hampstead Heath and visit the Freud Museum and Keats' house
whilst you stay here.
If central London is calling you, you can walk to Finchley Road tube station and catch a tube that runs on the Jubilee Line. Without having to change lines you can travel to St James Park to see Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guards, and Westminster to hear the chimes of Big Ben and see if you can spot the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street.
Hampstead School of English London is accredited by the British Council. It is also a member of English UK, IALC Quality English and EAQUALS.