The language school in Brighton lies in the heart of the town, opposite the world-famous Royal Pavilion - built between 1815 and 1822 by George IV, Prince of Wales, as his comfortable summer residence. The ancestor of Prince William selected Brighton due to its beautiful beaches and its privileged location on the coast of the English Channel in the south of England.
These beaches are just a few minutes? walk from the school. Once a mundane seaside resort, Brighton is today a trendy place that many young people choose for their language holiday and which the rich and famous have designated their favourite destination, thanks to the great clubs, restaurants and designer hotels. Brighton is cool, cosmopolitan, lively and - yes - known for its good food!
With us there are no cheap deals, only quality schools at the best prices. Rounded out with an individual consultation from language trip enthusiasts. And last but not least we are proud to use our success as a foundation for even better learning opportunities.
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We have experience not only in advising students regarding their individual learning needs. As a school network with our own language schools for over 60 years we know exactly what is important and what will make a language trip a successful experience.
All schools offered through Eurocentres.com are carefully selected using quality criteria and are regularly evaluated.
Quality is important to us. So important in fact, that we do not depend only on our vast experience, but we also demand that the schools sold through Eurocentres.com be tested and accredited through relevant national and international quality institutions.
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We do not only speak about language trips, we live them. In eight world languages even. All our consultants have already completed one or more language trips and know many of the destinations from their own experiences. Whether before, during, or after the language trip - our international team is always there for you.
Students are encouraged to enjoy to the full the innumerable sights, events and activities which Brighton offers its visitors. The school provides information on this, as well as places of interest.
The aim is to encourage students to make discoveries, to immerse themselves in the environment and the culture. The school organises regular social activities, which help students to mix and make lasting friendships.
Social activities including outings to pubs, student parties, theater evenings, film nights, bowling, general knowledge contests and sports. Day tours of the most popular places in the UK and weekend excursions, among which include Edinburgh, London, Paris, Dublin and Amsterdam.