Language School Cambridge — Eurocentres: Learn English in an academic atmosphere
This English town in Cambridgeshire is famous throughout the world for education and learning. The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest, most prestigious, most popular and simply best universities in the world. That makes it a perfect environment for Eurocentres Language School.
Cambridge University’s 31 colleges are scattered throughout the town. Many of the buildings are of considerable age and with their historical façades create an atmosphere stamped by centuries of learning and teaching. True to the university motto “From this place, we gain enlightenment and precious knowledge”, at a Eurocentres language stay in Cambridge you appreciate this sentiment, which envelops the whole town and is also reflected in the superb range of language courses on offer at our language school.
The Enlightenment – What to see and how to get there
Cambridge more than lives up to its image as an English county town. The city’s compact size makes it possible to explore the wonderful countryside and discover its many historical buildings on foot. King’s College with its imposing gothic chapel and Trinity College with its main entrance, the beautiful Great Gate, that really has no equal, are not to be missed. Also worth a visit is the university’s botanical garden. Covering more than 16 hectares, and with around 8,000 different types of flora, it is one of the most important gardens in the whole of Great Britain, .Eurocentres Language School is just a few metres north of the garden so it is easy for students to access and enjoy it..
Getting to Cambridge
Just as the botanical gardens are close to the language school, Cambridge is close to the English capital. London with its many airports and train stations is only about 80 kilometres away from Cambridge, making it the perfect starting point for your language stay in Cambridge. London Stansted airport is just 30 minutes away and in just under an hour, train services will take you through the suburbs of London to Cambridge.
The knowledge – Eurocentres Language School
What better place for a journey through all the facets of the English language could there be than one of the most famous and attractive university towns in the world? So we welcome you with open arms to the Eurocentres Language School in Cambridge. With a total of 16 classrooms, a recreation hall, cafeteria and a beautiful terrace, the Cambridge Language School is one of the largest Eurocentres schools in England.
Eurocentres Language School has a broad range of English language courses on offer. These include a range of certificate preparation courses, such as Cambridge Advanced, Cambridge Proficiency, Cambridge First, and the IELTS. Acquiring the knowledge for these certificates is no problem with the skilled and qualified Eurocentres staff. The language school in Cambridge, as with all Eurocentres Language Schools in England, is recognised by the British Council, and EAQUALS
Learn English against a historical backdrop
During your language study in Cambridge you not only learn the English language, but also enrich your intercultural knowledge and get to know the town itself. The language school, with its students from all over the world, is highly multicultural and is also centrally located. Just a 15-minute walk will take you to the centre of this very traditional city, where you will find an academic atmosphere and the stately buildings of the college, some of which date back to the 13th century. The Eurocentres school building, made completely from wood and glass, radiates warmth, light, and comfort.. Here the international atmosphere sets the tone and with English language learning enriches your experience.
The most important thing – Accommodation and lodging
As impressive as the halls of the colleges in Cambridge may be, for language students the most important thing, after academic matters, is accommodation, which will offer you a home away from home. It is a place of relaxation, of self-study and of privacy; these things are really important when it comes to accommodation in your chosen homestay. You will also be able to fully immerse yourself in the British, and Cambridge, way of life. English breakfast, tea time, small talk about the typical English rainy weather; staying in a homestay helps you feel like a genuine resident of Cambridge. At Eurocentres, to make your stay the most comfortable for you, you can choose whether you would like to stay with a host with children, in a single household or with a retired couple.
Student hall of residence, Cambridge
An alternative to staying in one of our homestays is lodging in the Eurocentres student hall of residence. It is just as multicultural here as it is in the language school itself, as language students from all over the world come together here. Thus, as a student city, this form of housing is typical of Cambridge as a place of pilgrimage for those eager to learn from all over the world. However even in the student hall of residence’s modern rooms with all the friendly socialising going on, there is still room for each language student to find peace and quiet in their room and do some self-study if they wish. Ultimately, it is not only important for us that everyone learns English to the best of their ability, but also that they always maintain their well-being throughout their language stay.
“From this place ...” – Eurocentres Language School Cambridge
The Eurocentres Language School in Cambridge is not lost in the shadows of the University of Cambridge’s impressive stately buildings; rather, with its excellent language courses, it fits perfectly into the academic world of this very traditional city. The language school in Cambridge offers you the ideal place for your language study in England. Let yourself be taken back in time by the historic atmosphere, experience the flair of a modern and world-renowned student city, and make your English fit for the future. Eurocentres Language School, Cambridge , “From this place, we gain enlightenment and precious knowledge”.
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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- 16 Classrooms
- Computer room
- Interactive whiteboards
- Learning centre
- Student lounge
A typical day at Eurocentres Cambridge
Like many students at the language school in Cambridge, Christina from Austria lives in a student hostel. She has inexpensive accommodation there with her own room with shower and WC. In this peaceful location, you can reach everywhere on foot or by bike. The distances between the accommodation and the school vary from 15 to 25 minutes by bike. Christina attends the business English course. She is very impressed by the high quality of the course. You really notice here that the teachers have worked at the school for a long time and are real professionals at their job – particularly with the various exam preparatory courses. It is not only the many, beautiful, historic university buildings, well maintained green spaces and parks that appeal to her – Cambridge also has another, more modern side. This can be seen in the high-tech industry, excellent sporting facilities, theatres, cinemas, huge range of restaurants and pubs, shopping opportunities and nightclubs. In Cambridge, plenty of variety is absolutely guaranteed.
The Eurocentres language school in Cambridge looks over the botanical gardens of the University of Cambridge. A green feast for the eyes! Despite the high level of motivation and academic atmosphere, cheerful laughter and chatting can be heard in the corridors when the students discuss their after-school plans during the breaks. Shall we go to the pub, to the film club or the disco – or maybe enjoy one of the many types of sports available. And when we have more time, a day trip to London or Windsor, for example, or a weekend away in Scotland?
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