If you are thinking about studying English in the UK, you will need to make some important decisions about the course you choose. We can help you with these decisions through our online education databases, information on UK culture and face-to-face advice.
Learning English in the UK will give you the opportunity to practice your language skills in real life situations, with native speakers. You will also be able to discover more about UK culture, which can support your future career with useful knowledge and experience. And because the UK offers an international community, you will be able to make friends, and learn from, a wide variety of cultures.
There are many courses to choose from. The course you choose will depend on how long you can stay for, where you want to study and the level of English you want to reach. Courses can include English exams such as IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and Cambridge, which help to test and develop your everyday English.
Whatever your experience and ability with the English language, we can help you to choose the best course for you. Our EducationUK site offers an easy-to-search database of all the insitutions and courses on offer in the UK. You can also visit the English in Britain site for details of the courses on offer.
If you want more information or advice, you can visit our centre, where we can talk about what's best for you. We can also provide you with lots of information on the UK, to help you make sure the course you choose is right for your budget, experience, career plans and professional development.
Our English Accreditation Scheme guarantees the quality of teaching provided by selected intsitutions, so you can be sure you're getting the best education. What's more, our databases provide you with easy access to hundreds of courses and institutions, plus up-to-date information on applications and visas.
Your course and exam dates will depend on what you choose to study, and where. The length of your stay will also depend on what type of course you choose. Most institutions accept applications throughout the year, although there are often preferred times. You can visit the English in Britain and EducationUK websites for more details.
In most cases, you will need to apply directly to the institution where you want to study. The application procedure will also vary, according to your choice of course. If you would like help with your application, please contact us.