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Our High School Integration Programme offers students a fantastic opportunity to experience life in a British secondary school. Students will have an English ’buddy’ and attend regular classes (such as science, history or maths) for between 1-8 weeks.

Concorde International has excellent relationships with a number of specially selected state secondary schools throughout Kent.
Each school is experienced with welcoming our international students and we work closely with them throughout the student’s stay.
Once we receive a completed application and academic school report we will select an appropriate location for the student to live and study.


Concorde International works with a range of different schools in the County of Kent.

*This course is not accredited by British Council.  All schools have been inspected by Ofsted(the Office for Standards in Education).

Case Studies

“I was able to know and understand more. Over the past two months, I was able to accumulate a lot of experiences and memories in the UK with this Concorde programme and improve my English skills greatly. If I get the chance next time, I want to do the High School Integration Programme with Concorde International again.”

– Sein from Korea

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The English Buddy

The English ‘buddy’ will be specially selected by the school staff from among a group of motivated pupils who have chosen to be part of the Buddy Programme. Students and buddies are paired (one-to-one) for the first two weeks and introduce students to their friends, often resulting in friendships that last well beyond the flight home.

A Typical School Day

Concorde International

Students will share classes, lunch and break times, sports afternoons, and any extra-curricular activities with their English buddy, offering an excellent opportunity to improve their English.


Students will stay with one of our private foster care Homestay families, carefully chosen for their warm hospitality and experience with accommodating younger international students.
Students will have their own bedroom unless they prefer to share and
each Homestay is visited by our dedicated Homestay Organiser and Welfare Officer to ensure the accommodation is to a good standard and DBS checks are carried out for adults in the accommodation.
We allocate students in Homestay near to the schools where possible; some students will need a bus pass to travel the short distance each day.
Students will have breakfast and dinner at home and, on school days, a hot lunch with their English buddy.