Summer school locations

A summer holiday study course with Concorde International is guaranteed to get you speaking in English and having fun at the same time!

We have multiple fun activities taking place at all our Young Learner centres, and for those enjoying the fantastic residential schools – a full breakfast to bedtime programme!

Parents can be assured that each centre has been carefully selected and inspected as a safe and enjoyable place for young students to learn.

CentreAccommodationAges2019 Dates
Ashford SchoolHomestay and residential8-177 July - 11 August
Bath Kingswood SchoolResidential8-1710 July - 7 August
Bath Kingswood School - Adventure WeekResidential8-1324 July - 7 August
Canterbury Study CentreHomestay8-1716 June - 25 August
Canterbury Study CentreResidential
(groups only)
12-17Any Monday
(July and August only)
Canterbury Kent CollegeHomestay and residential12-179 July - 13 August
Folkestone East Kent CollegeHomestay10-1730 June - 25 August
Hampshire Collegiate SchoolResidential8-177 July - 4 August
Rochester King's SchoolHomestay and residential8-179 July - 6 August
Canterbury summer school locations
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Did you know?

Our High School integration package of a place in a British State Secondary school is available to individual school pupils. Placements are offered in schools in East Kent and can last for a study period of 4 weeks to 24 weeks with accommodation in homestay.

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