Language School Bournemouth
The language school in Bournemouth is very fortunate as it is located in one of the most beautiful places on earth: Bournemouth, on the south coast of England. Since Victorian times Bournemouth has always been one of the most popular UK holiday destinations as its climate is, not very typically for England, Mediterranean and the beaches are wonderful. It is no wonder that the area is known as the ‘Golden Coast’. And the best thing is that the 11-kilometre sandy beach is just 10 minutes from the school. The newly renovated Victorian building is on the edge of the town centre next to an idyllic park in a quiet residential area. It offers a bright, modern interior with 14 light and airy classrooms, a lecture room, a learning centre with 14 computers, a comfortable student lounge, a café and a games room.
What distinguishes the Eurocentres language school in Bournemouth from other language schools in other locations? Above all, experience gained over more than 60 years. This provides you with high quality language teaching using expert methods, and well-selected accommodation either with a host family or in a shared student house. Many students decide to return to Bournemouth as the ‘extras’ are just as exciting as the tuition itself and the range of courses is so varied. With many cultural treasures and natural spectacles, the town and its surrounding regions offer a wide range of opportunities for things to do in your spare time or with your class. For example, mystic Stonehenge and the breathtaking Jurassic Coast are both less than an hour away from the school.
- Student lounge
- Computer room
- Learning center
A typical day at Eurocentres
Beatriz from Brazil loves Bournemouth. At the age of 20, she prepared for the IELTS examination with a language course at Eurocentres Bournemouth. Now, two years later, she has come back with the aim of improving her business English. She is staying with the same host family as before, who took her to heart from the very beginning. Today, she has travelled to school by bus, as she does every morning. Now it is the morning break. Beatriz sits with her classmates in the sunny garden drinking tea and chatting happily. The main subject of discussion is, of course, yesterday evening’s event organised by the school: an evening volleyball competition on the beach followed by a small party so everyone could watch the fireworks at 10pm. The event made a lasting impression and the young women chat about it enthusiastically.
Kim now joins in – a businesswoman in her late 20s from Germany who has become a good friend of Beatriz in the last few days. Kim has taken the opportunity of the break to discuss with the Centre Manager the possibility of lengthening her stay. She walks towards Beatriz smiling widely and with her thumbs up: the Centre Manager helped to make her wish come true. Now, the two language school friends will be able to enjoy the trip to the Jurassic Coast organised by the school together next week. They are already wondering whether they will find any dinosaur fossils there. It’s certainly possible.
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