British Study Centres London
About British Study Centres London
Although British Study Centres London only opened in 2004, it's fast becoming a popular language school for students who want to live in the capital of England whilst studying English.
You can make friends with other students from over 35 different countries and practise English with native speakers who attend West London College. This college is owned by British Study Centres Group and shares facilities with you.
You can study General English here at a range of levels for between 15 to 30 lessons a week, as well as English for Executives and examination preparation classes for the Cambridge Papers, IELTS, TOEIC and TOEFL. Class sizes are restricted to a maximum of 14 so you will get plenty of individual attention. All of the teachers have been specially selected for their ability to get on with people from across the globe.
As British Study Centres London owns West London College you can take further study options in exciting subjects such as Travel, Fashion, Marketing, and Web Design.
During your free time you can mix with other students and experience British culture by joining in the social activities. This includes pub nights, trips to London attractions and places like Cambridge, salsa nights, and theatre trips.
Facilities at British Study Centres London
You lessons are held in 16 bright and appealing classrooms at Hannah House. After classes you can head to the Study Centre which houses an excellent range of books and CD's, as well as flat screen computers with free internet and email access. If these computers are busy you can always use the Internet Zone where there are 28 terminals or the Executive Business Centre where you will find coffee making facilities too. British Study Centres London also boasts its own café serving drinks and food.
Where is British Study Centres London located?
British Study Centres London is right in the heart of Central London, close to the high street stores of Oxford Street and Baker Street, where super sleuth Sherlock Holmes lived. Padding Square Gardens is perfect for a picnic and is only 2 minutes walk away. Nearby Marylebone High Street is also great for shopping and buying lunch.
You can walk with ease to Madame Tussauds and the Planetarium. Afterwards spend time strolling through Regents Park or visiting London Zoo. As British Study Centres London is so close to Baker Street Tube Station you will be able to get around London with ease. Tubes that run on the Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, Circle, Bakerloo, and Jubilee lines stop here.
What accreditations does British Study Centres London hold?
British Study Centres London 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 London
13-16 Manchester Street London W1U 4DJ England
Tel: +44 (0) 207 317 0160
Fax: +44 (0) 207 317 0161