English Courses in Wales
Studying English in Wales
Welsh people are some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. Their hospitality is unparalleled and if your going to study English in Wales then you will be received with a warm heart. Welsh people are renowned for the outgoing personalities and pride in their nation. Rugby dominates the sporting landscape and if you want to feel Welsh passion then head to Cardiff on game day. A truly remarkable experience.

English Courses in Wales

Wales has some fantastic language schools that welcome international students from all over the world with open arms. Wales has world-famous sports, vibrant cosmopolitan cities, seemingly endless stunning scenery and is one of the most friendly and welcoming nations in the UK. As a country Wales prides itself as a country on its support for international students and endeavours to increase its already high number of international students coming to the country. Well over 13% of the country’s student population is not from the UK, and in 2012 the country welcomed over 18,000 students from outside of Europe to study on various types of courses, including English. Students taking an English language course in Wales can be sure to be made to feel at home, by both the surroundings of other international students, British students, and the friendly locals.

The Valleys

For a small country, Wales has endless incredible land to discover. Stepping outside of the bustling cities, you can find landscape views that are out of this world. It has magnificent mountains to hike in iconic places like Snowdonia, lots of picturesque lakes, and gorgeous stretches of awesome sandy beaches that are renowned for surfing, swimming and rock pooling. The Wales Coastal Path is the world’s first uninterrupted route along a national coast, and comes recommended as one of the world’s top regions to visit, and luckily if you come to study English in Wales you’ll be here long enough to spend weekends exploring the 870 mile path of beaches, cliffs, city waterfronts, parks, woodlands and historic castles.


As well as a great quality of life, living in Wales could actually be good for your health! Well, so its current residents say. In 2009, Cardiff was actually awarded the ‘Healthy City’ status by the World Health Organisation, which has been an important development for Wales, as the country strives to have a healthy nation. Assisting to promote a healthy nation, you can find really great sports and recreational activity facilities all over the country. If you choose to study one of the English courses in Cardiff, you’ll be at the heart of these sports facilities, as the city is home to countless sports pitches and gyms that are dotted all over, of course including the home to international Rugby, The Millennium Stadium, as well as the 2012 Olympic swimming pool & ice rink at the International Sports Village.


On top of the beautiful scenery of the countryside, Wales boasts modern cosmopolitan vibes in its cities. Cardiff was recently voted as the best city in the UK to live in due to its high quality of life, and was among the top cities in Europe to live in. And it’s no wonder why Cardiff, the Welsh capital, is so popular; the thriving city combines all of the advantages of a cheap and compact location with the attractive cultural and social facilities of a modern city. Home to 28,000 students, the city is both vibrant and cool, pulsing with award winning shopping centres & markets, a vast variety of creative & cultural experiences and electric nightlife. Also, with more green spaces per person than any other UK city, you’re never far from relaxing landscapes, the world famous Brecon Beacons are only about a one-hour’s drive from the city.

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