Our school is a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian building located in Liverpool's knowledge quarter. We are only a short walk from two universities, a cathedral, Liverpool Central Library and many different museums and art galleries.
Since we opened our doors in 1999, we have welcomed students from more than 60 different countries to study here at The Liverpool School of English. During this time we have seen thousands of students develop and practise their English language skills in the wonderful city of Liverpool.
26 Fully Equipped Classrooms: Large, well equipped classrooms, many with interactive whiteboards.
Computer Suites: 3 computer suites with more than 30 computers in total. All computers have Internet access.
Study Centre: The study centre has computers linked to LSe-Learning and other helpful websites so you can practice your English online.
Wi-Fi: We have FREE Wi-Fi on all floors of the building.
Coffee Shop and Common Room: An attractive coffee shop where students can buy light meals and hot or cold drinks. A common room where students can relax, use the Wi Fi, watch TV, chat, eat and have a hot or cold drink.
Patio Garden and BBQ Area: The garden is a great place to meet friends and teachers all year round, but in the summer we have BBQ parties and in springtime, underneath the cherry blossom tree is a beautiful place to relax.
Library: Reading and watching films is a great way to improve your English. Our lending library will help you to expand your vocabulary and increase your listening and reading skills. We have over 100 graded penguin readers and 200 DVDs.
Prayer Room: There is a prayer room located on the first floor.
At The Liverpool School of English we believe that the friends students make during their stay in Liverpool are as important as the lessons they learn. Social events allow students to practice their English in a natural environment both with other students and with native speakers.
Our social programme is carefully designed to appeal to the many different interests and budgets of our students, to maximise our students exposure to English and to encourage them to make new friends from many different countries.
The school can recommend places to see music and the social programme includes Jazz, Salsa and Open Mic nights. Of course no trip to Liverpool is complete without visiting the Beatles Story museum or the Cavern club.
Of course Liverpool is famous for football, with two famous Premiership teams Liverpool and Everton. LFC remain one of the most successful clubs of all time, and a trip to the stadium/museum is an essential part of any visit to the city. If you can't get a ticket to the game, you can watch it in one of the many pubs in the city, meeting local fans and soaking up the atmosphere.