English in London
London is the largest city in Europe, stretching almost 30 miles. Enjoy some of the world's finest museums, galleries, parks, concerts, theatres and restaurants all set within the rich historical setting that is London.
With a population of just under eight million, London is Europe's largest city, spreading across an area of more than 620 square miles from its core on the River Thames. Ethnically it's also Europe's most diverse metropolis: around two hundred languages are spoken within its confines, and more than thirty percent of the population is made up of first, second- and third-generation immigrants.
Despite Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish devolution, London still dominates the national horizon, too: this is where the country's news and money are made, it's where the central government resides and, as far as its inhabitants are concerned, provincial life begins beyond the circuit of the city's orbital motorway. Londoners' sense of superiority causes enormous resentment in the regions, yet it's undeniable that the capital has a unique aura of excitement and success - in most walks of British life, if you want to get on you've got to do it in London.
For the visitor, too, London is a thrilling place - and since the beginning of the new millennium, the city has also been overtaken by an exceptionally buoyant mood. Thanks to the lottery and millennium-oriented funding frenzy of the last few years, virtually every one of London's world-class museums, galleries and institutions has been reinvented, from the Royal Opera House to the British Museum. With the completion of the Tate Modern and the London Eye, the city can now boast the world's largest modern art gallery and Ferris wheel; there's also a new tube extension and the first new bridge to cross the Thames for over a hundred years. Apart from sight-seeing and entertainment, all other things like food, internet access, international calling cards and London hotels are easily available for the tourists. Apart from sight-seeing and entertainment, all other things like food, accommodation, internet access, international calling cards are easily available for the tourists in in London. And after sixteen years of being the only major city in the world not to have its own governing body, London finally has its own elected mayor and assembly.
The English School in London
The school in London is situated in Crystal Palace in southeast of London. It operates in two lovely Victorian buildings in Crystal Palace, London. One of them houses all the classrooms and offices; and the other building is the school residence which includes the cafeteria and an amazing garden.
School in London
Studying in Crystal Palace is an exciting learning experience. The school is close to the centre of London including Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street, Covent Garden, British Museum, London Eye, Tower of London, Madame Tussauds among other masterpieces.
English courses in London
- Year Round English 25 ( 25 hours per week)
- FCE and CAE Exam Preparation Course (25)
- IELTS Preparation Course (25)
- Intensive Christmas course (25 hours per week.)
- Intensive English Course (25)
- Intensive General English (14 students.)
- One-to-one tuition (All lessons are 60 minutes.)
- Semi-intensive Christmas course (15 hours per week.)
- Semi-intensive General English (15)
- Summer General (15 hours per week. All lessons are 60 minutes.)
- Summer Intensive (25 hours per week. All lessons are 60 minutes.)
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