English courses for adults

Bath is known for its honey-coloured Georgian crescents, cobbled streets, outdoor cafes and bustling bars, and is seen by many as the most beautiful, vibrant city in England. It is a wonderful place to experience British culture outside of London and the larger cities.

What is certain is that it’s the perfect place to learn and be inspired. You’ll find so much to do and see here, from museums, galleries and theatres, to bars, restaurants and clubs. The city has a large international student population, with two universities, and there's always something happening for young people.

  • Improve your English for work - for business people, healthcare professionals, hospitality industry, teachers.
  • Improve your English for travelling.
  • Improve your English for university studies.
  • Reduce your accent and improve your public speaking.
  • Prepare for an exam, take LanguageCert exams.

English courses for juniors

Bath is a great city for junior students - it is a safe city, and not too big to get around easily.

  • Improve your English for school.
  • Learn and have fun.
  • Experience British culture.
  • Prepare for an exam.
  • Take LanguageCert exams.
  • Improve your pronunciation.

Our school in Bath

Vibrant, inspiring and stunningly beautiful, you couldn't pick a better place to study English than Bath.

Bath is a place that is so special that UNESCO has designated it a World Heritage Site, it is home to the only hot thermal springs in England and you can still visit the Roman Baths and even try the waters yourself at the Thermae Bath Spa. Nearby you’ll find Stonehenge, Glastonbury and Bristol, and London is just 90 minutes away by train.

Our school is a historic Georgian building located in the city centre.

  • City-centre location
  • Easy access to shops, supermarket, restaurants
  • Student Wifi
  • Student break room with library, music instruments, games console
  • Five classrooms
  • Administration and welfare office
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front of school in Walcot Street