Concorde International is proud to announce our top three quality English language study centres for this summer. These are specifically designed for young people aged 12-18 to learn or improve their English language skills. Classes are led by experienced teachers and the pupils are also supervised outside of study hours, with full and half day excursions included to local visitor attractions.
The Worcester course and study centre is located right in the heart of England. Our English course is held at the University of Worcester from Wednesday 6th July to Wednesday 17th August 2011. The university campus is about one mile from the city centre. Classes, meals and most activities will be held here and the majority of accommodation is also situated on campus. Some homestay is also available in nearby pre-approved family homes.
There will be time for exploring Worcester and the surrounding area outside the study hours. It is a quintessentially English town and is close to Stratford-upon-Avon, if you are keen on visiting the birthplace of Shakespeare! It is a great place from which to explore the Cotswolds and the beautiful city of Bath. Worcester is also within easy reach of the larger cities of Bristol and Birmingham, both of which have airports.
The other two summer study centres are in the South East England County of Kent, not too far from Concorde International’s own head office in Canterbury. One study centre is on the coast at Broadstairs; a seaside town full of character with a lovely sandy beach, winding streets, coastal walks and literary links to Charles Dickens.
The Broadstairs course will run from Sunday 3rd July to Sunday 14th August 2011 and is held at the coastal campus of Canterbury Christ Church University, just outside Broadstairs. Classes, meals and most accommodation are situated conveniently on campus but there is some homestay available. Excursions to the local Howletts Zoo and other seaside resorts are on offer.
Our other Kent study centre is based in historic Rochester. If you are a fan of Charles Dickens this location will also give you access to his old haunts! There is a cathedral in Rochester so it is technically classed as a city, but it is small enough to walk around the centre in no time. There will also be excursions to Canterbury and Chatham Dockyard during your stay.
The Rochester course is held at the prestigious King’s School (which is the second oldest school in the world!) from Wednesday 13th July to Wednesday 10th August 2011. The classes, meals and activities will be held at the school, which is only a three minute walk from Rochester city centre. Accommodation is either at the school, the nearby university or in local homestays.
So whichever location you choose to attend for a Concorde International Junior English Course this summer, you can be sure that you will be staying in a great location. You will also be receiving quality tuition and enjoying some memorable trips to some of the best attractions in the country.