The optimal reason that any international student might choose an English course in England is that they can be completely immersed in the language. Whether English is your second language, or you are multilingual already, the best way to become fluent in a new language is to practice speaking, listening and reading everyday, even outside of the classroom. As for inside of the classroom, England has hundreds of world-renowned, highly accredited and extremely welcoming English language schools dotted all over the country, so you won’t be limited when it comes to choosing where to live!
Whether you want to live in one of the world’s most influential cities or a small and charming city, out in the countryside or by the seaside, England has it all. Thanks to the amount of great English courses on offer all over the country, you can choose a lifestyle to suit you. If a big, cosmopolitan, vibrant metropolis is what attracts you, then maybe London, or one of England’s other big cities such as Manchester would be great for you. If you prefer rich culture, historic areas and a quieter lifestyle, but still want the convenience and social opportunities of a big city, then places such as Cambridge or Oxford would be ideal. And, if you really want to revel in the countries green landscapes and long, breezy beaches, then studying an English course in Brighton, Somerset or Stratford-upon-Avon.
The beauty of living and studying an English course in an interesting, forward-thinking and convenient country like England is that that there is always so much to see and do, from the top to the bottom of the country- and you will never struggle to get to the things you want to see. But how will you get to experience all of the world-famous festivals, interesting heritage, never-ending landscapes, quaint historic villages, impressive shopping experiences and everything else on your England To-Do list? Well, whenever you’re not studying, England’s public transport system is always conveniently located and readily available to take you wherever you want to go. Hop on a bus to a main station, and then get on a national bus or train to almost anywhere in the country!
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Lets take a look at some fun facts about the internationaldestinations we offer Language Courses
English has not always been the first language. From 1066 to 1362 the official language was French. Thats a period of almost 300 years.
"Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch" is a real place in Wales and is believed to be the longest place name in the world.
In 1860 the oldest of the 4 major golf tournaments was created at Preswick golf club in Ayshire making the Scottish Open the oldest golf competition in the world. The famous claret jug however was not the original trophy, the original winners prize was a a leather belt with a silver buckle
The Irish consume a whooping 131.1 litres of beer per year, only the Czechs consume more beer per year than the Irish so make sure you have a solid breakfast before you hit the pubs.
Thomas Edison was not the original creator of the light bulb. In fact Englishman Joseph Swan created the original electric light, he later set up a partnership with Edison to perfect his invention.
The Welsh flag is the only party of the United Kingdom not to be represented on the Union Flag.
Scotland has only 6 major cities Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Stirling.
The smallest person in history was Irish. Raymond O'Brien was only one foot eleven inches tall.