London is the capital of the United Kingdom and is known for arts, commerce, education, entertainment, faishon, but also for finance, media and tourism. In addition, it is the most populous city of England where more than 300 languages are spoken.
As a language learner you can get in touch with the English language, but also with a lot of culture, including the four World Heritage Sites: the Tower of London, the Kew Gardens, the Westminster Abbey and the St. Margaret’s Church. But also the London Eye, the Piccadilly Circus or the St. Paul’s Cathedral are interesting and a must-see for everyone.
If you love museums, you should visit the British Museum, the National Gallery and the British Library to get in touch with the real English lifestyle.
Language schools in London
The London School of English
The London School of English was founded in 1912 and is located in the city centre. It is the oldest English Language School in the United Kingdom and offers general and academic English courses, but also preparational classes for language exams. The courses are for students between 16 and 70 who want to improve their language skills in small groups.
→ Here you get more information: The London School of English
ME languages teaches all levels of English and offers language classes for daily English, but also for English in a professional context. The school is based in North London and is only a short bus ride (or walk) from Camden Town and Kentish Town.
→ Here you get more information: ME languages
The language school St Giles is established in 1955 and offers courses for general English, English exam preparation, English academic preparation, business English, professional English and English teacher training. In addition, they have special Junior English Programs.
→ Here you get more information: St Giles
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