Once a small fishing village, Brighton is now one of Britain’s trendiest cities, with a reputation for creativity and cosmopolitanism! Home to a large artistic and musical community, Brighton is famous for its cultural events, including music, dance and theatre performances, as well as comedy, film and arts festivals!
Brighton is also a very historic city, with some of the finest examples of Regency architecture in England, the most famous of which being the 18th Century Royal Pavilion. This was built by the Prince Regent (later George IV) after falling in love with Brighton. Its exotic and extravagant exterior, influenced by Indian architecture of the time, has now become a symbol of Brighton itself!
Study English on one of our English language courses at our Brighton (Royal Pavilion) school and make the most of this wonderful city! Our English language school is located right in the city centre, overlooking the Royal Pavilion, and just 2 minutes’ from Brighton Pier. The facilities at our Brighton Royal Pavilion school are second to none and include 16 classrooms, 2 student lounges, 2 patio gardens, computer suites, and wireless Internet throughout!
If you choose to attend a group course at our Brighton (Royal Pavilion) school you will receive 20 general English lessons per week. To this you may like to consider adding 6 or 12 additional lessons per week focusing on academic, linguistic or vocational aspects of the English language, or English culture! Alternatively, you may like to consider a course of private lessons (to which you can add golfing lessons) or a Business English course. Our Brighton (Royal Pavilion) school also offers a Total Immersion course of 60 private lessons per week plus lunch lessons with your tutor!
Our Brighton (Royal Pavilion) school offers host family accommodation on a bed and breakfast or half board basis. Host family accommodation is an excellent option for English language students, as your hosts will welcome you into their home, and will encourage you to speak English with them, and to practice what you have learnt in class! Each host family has been carefully selected, and are very experienced at welcoming foreign students into their home. If you would prefer to live slightly more independently, you may like to consider private apartment or hotel accommodation.
Activities are regularly arranged at our school in Brighton, in order to provide you with the opportunity to socialise with other students and learn all about the British culture. Examples of activities arranged include tours of the Royal Pavilion, cream teas, sports, parties and pottery painting. The school also arranges regular excursions to other places of interest in the UK, such as London, Oxford and Stonehenge.
We would be happy to arrange airport transfers for you, although these are not included in the course price.