Studying in England
England, Shakespeare’s country, is still the most popular country to visit in order to learn English. With it’s famous cities, castles and countryside, England makes a great destination for studying the language.
Just some of the benefits of learning English in England are their:
- Historic Cities
- Charming Seaside Towns
- Captivating Landscapes
- Vibrant Cultural and Social Scene
- World Class Museums and Galleries
Your stay will be carefully supervised and supported from start to finish by the local organiser. They are always available to help you with any questions you have concerning your course or stay - read more
Our Host Teachers
Chosen for their ability to make you feel completely at home, enthusiasm and expertise in giving one-to-one tuition. Your age, interests, personal and language needs are all taken into account by the local organiser when selecting the most suitable host teacher for you – take a look at some example teacher profiles – read more
A course of 15 hours per week for younger students aged 13 – 17 who wish to share the lessons and host teacher with one or two other students of a diﬀerent nationality.
Available in England from 2 – 16 July and 16 – 30 July
There is a ﬁxed two-way arrival and departure transfer fee of £250 (for London airports and Kent Eurostar Stations). Transfers will normally be shared.
- This course is not suitable for either very low levels (less than 2 years’ English) or for advanced students.
- If a student wishes to have additional weeks before or after the Summer Special Course period he/she may book the one student programme for the additional weeks.
- If there is no partner for any part of the stay during the course dates the student will receive 15 hours’ one-to-one tuition per week at the same price. Please note we cannot guarantee a partner student.
You will be placed in one of the following beautiful and interesting regions…
Kent offers a wealth of historic castles, cathedrals, museums and medieval cities such as Canterbury, stately gardens, lush green countryside, golden sandy beaches and is only a short distance from London. read more
Essex offers romantic castle ruins, medieval stately homes, museums and historic market towns, a royal yacht club, forests for hiking and is also only a short distance from London. read more
Course fees for two week’s accommodation (up to 14 nights) and lessons (1 hour = 60 minutes’ tuition).
15 hours tuition
£2000for the 14 night package
- Staying in Kent or Essex
£250Two way arrival/departure transfer fee
- (for Heathrow, Gatwick, City and Stansted airports and for Ebbsfleet International Station only)
Course fees do not include Registration Fee of £60, airport / port transfers, insurance or entrance to museums, sports centres etc.
Two way arrival/departure transfer fee: £250 (for Heathrow, Gatwick, City and Stansted airports and for Ebbsfleet International Station only).
Students under 18
All students under 18 and travelling alone must book the transfer service. This will automatically be applied to the booking unless it is stated at the time of the reservation that a parent or guardian will take the student to the host family. On departure all students under 18 will be taken inside the departure lounge and shown the check-in queue. We charge a supplement of £15, €20 or $20 for this service. All students under the age of 18 travelling alone must carry with them: passport and visa if applicable, letter of consent to travel and airline, train or boat ticket.
All airlines have diﬀerent policies regarding Unaccompanied Minors, and diﬀerent ages where they require this service so it is best to contact the airline directly regarding their policies.
Eurostar Trains do not allow children under 12 to travel alone. With regards to children aged 13-17, Eurostar should be contacted directly by the parents or the agent to arrange this.
Unaccompanied Minor Service to/from the airport - When a student is registered with the airline as an Unaccompanied Minor we charge a supplement of £55, €75 or $75. On departure the driver will check the student with the airline and then wait in the departure lounge for the ﬂight to depart. This supplement covers all the extra parking and waiting. It is important to specify at the time of booking with ILH whether the student will be registered or not with the airline.
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