Language School Brighton — Eurocentres: School, Beach, Style
Discover a city unlike any other in England! The nightlife and cultural highlights of Brighton come together to create a language stay experience unlike anywhere else.
“London by the sea” is what many English people call this cosmopolitan coastal city. An atmosphere of open-mindedness and acceptance breathes life into both the inhabitants and visitors alike. A language trip to Brighton does not just allow you to enjoy its noisy nightlife; during the day there are plenty of things to discover while wandering around the famous Lanes or along the beach. Sensational curiosities and boundless inspiration can be found just walking down the streets. England at its best!
No matter how long your journey is, you can easily get to Brighton by train, bus and plane. From Gatwick Airport to Brighton on the train, the Gatwick Express takes about 30 minutes. Alternatively, you can fly to London Heathrow, Luton, or London City. All of these airports connect easily to London Victoria, and from there you can catch a train directly to Brighton. Or you can take a bus from any airport directly to Brighton. Similarly getting here by train or ferry from Europe is relatively easy.
A brilliant introduction to your language trip
Anyone who has been to Brighton will know the dynamic tempo of this small coastal city. Each year, the Brighton Festival and the Brighton Fringe Festival draw in around half a million fans of art, music, comedy, food, and theatre to the city. But even away from the noisy festivals, Brighton is definitely the right place for anyone who cannot keep their feet still. Brighton’s many gardens and numerous green spaces invite you to take a pleasant walk in the fresh air. The magnificent South Downs are also on your doorstep if you fancy a country walk. If you also like surprises, you shouldn’t miss the Royal Pavilion. On the outside, it is a magnificent sight to behold with its unusual Indian-inspired architecture. Inside, visitors can see various pieces of art and furnishings, some of which are on loan from Her Majesty, the Queen. For some fun, games, rides, and excitement you should visit the Brighton Pier. If you like shopping for unique and interesting things then the Lanes and the North Lanes will provide you with more choices than you can think of. Finally, the 173-metre high British Airways i360 observation tower provides a breath-taking panorama of a town brimming with life and opportunities.
For every adventure you need the right tools in order to complete your mission. Located in central Brighton with the city’s attractions just steps away, the Eurocentres Language School will give you everything you need to take on the challenge of a language stay abroad. The bright and modern classrooms create an ideal learning environment. The highly qualified academic team will always be there to guide you.. Additionally, the computer room, library, and Wi-Fi throughout the building facilitate self-study opportunities. The wide range of courses on offer, including general English, Business English, IELTS, and Cambridge exam preparation, also inspire curiosity and turns learning into a lasting experience.
Discover hidden secrets
All theory and no real-life practice would only give you half of the experience that makes a true language stay. For this reason, we combine language lessons with experience and activities. Most of the city bus routes stop right outside our language school; from there, you can easily go on new daily adventures. Numerous activities await you: from the Brighton Pier to the Marina, with numerous pubs,restaurants and leisure activities, to the beach to get fresh wind in your sails, or to the Brighton Toy and Model Museum where it is the little things that will surprise you. There are endless opportunities to go out and meet locals and people visiting from all over the world. There is also a weekly social programme at the school to explore the highlights of Brighton and the surrounding area with your fellow students. Create your own path through this wonderful, exciting city and get to know it like a true Brightonian!
Every hero on a quest needs a place to rest their tired feet. Exhausted from your daily adventures and going over what you’ve just experienced, there comes the time to put your feet up and look back over all you’ve accomplished that day. One option is to stay in a homestay that has been carefully selected and is checked by us on a continual basis. Here, our students are able to have peace and quiet because they have a clean and comfortable bedroom as well as access to a quiet place to study. Whether you choose a host with children, a single person or a retired couple – behind the doors of Brighton you will find warm-hearted hosts who know the city and can give you insider tips. They will also provide you with opportunities to practice the language you’ve learnt.
Always there for a small get-together – student halls of residence in Brighton
Or, maybe you prefer to be independent, live with your fellow students, and share a meal or two. With accommodation in our student halls of residence at the Britannia Study Hotel, all of your needs will be met. Consolidate the language skills you have acquired and at the same time make use of the opportunity to chat on a personal level and learn about new cultures. There’s no better place than in the student accommodation at Eurocentres, where you have language enthusiasts from all over the world all in one place. In common rooms, in the shared kitchens or also sometimes in the hallway, there is always a friendly atmosphere, characterised by vivacity and individuality. Our students refuel and chill out whilst allowing what they have learnt over the course of the day to soak in.
In our language school, we offer our students a comprehensive range of courses to learn and experience all aspects of the English language and the local culture. They can hear English, speak English, and yes, even dream in English. With superb, modern facilities and a diverse range of courses and trips on offer, everything is possible in Brighton. Come on a journey with us and learn in a unique way what an irresistible adventure the English language can be.
Additional Information and Course Offers
Please note that the UK schools are adult schools. Students aged 16 and 17 are very welcome and will be given extra support and care; and must follow our rules for under 18s. Please see here for more details.
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- 14 Classrooms
- Computer room
- Interactive whiteboards
- Learning centre
- Student lounge
- Vending machines
A typical day at Eurocentres Brighton
Gülay is pleasantly surprised by Brighton. She had expected a classic seaside resort for the elderly rather than the lively coastal city with lots of young people that she has actually found. And there is also a beautiful pebble beach just a few minutes away from the school. Her wishes were even taken into consideration in the choice of the host family where she stays. She wanted a childless couple as she often has to look after her siblings back at home. Andy and Sarah are a couple in their 40s and showed Gülay the most important places in Brighton at the beginning of her stay. The couple live about two kilometres from the school – Gülay normally walks or takes the bus.
Gülay is also very pleased with the teachers at the school. They have a very personal approach and are noticeably interested that all students achieve their goals – in Gülay’s case, this is passing the First Certificate examination. She has already made great progress and is starting to have the confidence to hold conversations in English. In class this morning, they discussed the advantages and disadvantages of social media. Gülay was not only able to follow the discussion, she also actively participated in it.
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