Statement Covid-19 update

Concorde International will close temporarily from Friday 20th March 2020 following the British Government's announcement on school closures nationwide.

Our Director Colin Stone would like to share this message:

These are unprecedented times for us all.

Concorde is built around the ethos of bringing people together, and whilst this is not possible for the time being, we wish to continue to be in contact with our friends, our valued partner agents and students.

Concorde staff are at work, working remotely from home; you will notice very little difference in terms of electronic communication which will continue as normal.

As we move to providing our English courses online, we will invite you to return to this website to click on the English platform where you will find details of how to connect with a teacher. This information will be available in due course.

Do check our Facebook page regularly – signs of Spring are appearing everywhere and we want to share happy snaps of the Garden of England!

Thank you for your continuing support, I wish you all well over the next few months as we look forward to happier times.

Study English in England with Concorde International

In today's world, understanding English and speaking English are essential skills.

Concorde International welcomes adults, teachers, young families and juniors throughout the year.

We know that you have different needs and so we provide a wide choice for you to select the English course that is just right for you.

The Adult courses, teacher training, junior and family courses are all in the fantastic UNESCO World Heritage City of Canterbury, less than an hour away from London.

The Junior Summer courses offer you a selection of different places in the cities or by the seaside, have a look!

Concorde International has been accredited by the British Council under the Accreditation UK scheme

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