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Brighton & Hove has probably the best choice of entertainment on the south coast. In the city you will find several cinemas, concert halls and theatres. Top names in the music world regularly perform here before moving to London's West End. In addition, Brighton & Hove has a reputation for some of the best nightclubs outside London with top DJ's regularly playing here. It's a popular seaside town with the beautiful Sussex countryside only minutes away and excellent transport links to London, about 50 minutes away by train, with quick and easy access to the international airports of Heathrow and Gatwick by rail and coach.
Broadstairs is a beautiful coastal town, with wonderful beaches, on the famous south-east coast of England. Unlike many large cities, it's a friendly place with excellent residential areas very close to the College.
Cambridge is an historic and cosmopolitan university city, famous for its academic excellence. The Bell campus is set in beautiful grounds and within easy reach of the city centre. It has impressive study, social and leisure facilities. It has recently undergone a multi-million pound redevelopment, including a contemporary study centre, student common room and indoor and outdoor dining facilities, perfect for socialising after class.
Canterbury is an incredible city, steeped in history, tradition and culture. The city welcomes several million visitors annually and has a varied and vibrant programme of cultural events throughout the year. Whether you're interested in
history, culture, shopping, country walks, the seaside, or eating out - Canterbury and its surroundings has it all! For example, a short drive away lies the quintessential seaside town of Whitstable, featuring beautiful beaches, cafes, art galleries and craft shops.
Cork is exciting, historical, full of life, Cork will bowl you over. As one of the main cultural hubs of Ireland, the Rebel city is rimming with fascinating and exiciting experiences. Cork Public Museum, the Crawford Gallery and Cork City Gaol are must-sees and if you fancy being outdoors there are three highly recommended walking tours that bring you on a journey through the city's most important streets and buildings like Shandon Steeple (also known as St. Annes) and the South Parish area that hosts Cork's oldest building: Red Abbey.
Minutes away from Dublin's premier shopping area, Grafton Street, and at the top of the street you have St.Stephen's Green, a beautiful relaxing city park where you can get away from it all.
“Friendly and fun” are the words most visitors use to describe this city, and our students always agree! Learn English in the city of Joyce, Beckett and Wilde and make new friends on great nights out. Visit other fantastic cities such as Galway or Belfast, both just over two hours' travel away.
Edinburgh is the breathtakingly beautiful capital of Scotland and an exciting place to visit at any time of the year. The city offers a vibrant cultural life with superb sightseeing, historic buildings to explore, galleries and museums to intrigue you, and a vast array of shops, restaurants and cafes to suit a wide range of tastes.
Every summer, the city hosts the world-famous Edinburgh International Festival and the Festival Fringe. Edinburgh is also a perfect base to explore Scotland's highlands and islands, with their rugged coastlines, mountains, lochs and glens.
Exeter: Devon has been named as the best place in England to live. We are lucky to be in the heart of the city of Exeter, the city with the 'best quality of life' in the UK. We look forward to meeting you here.
Galway, the commercial and cultural capital of the West Coast of Ireland, is a charming university town of 70,000, located on Galway Bay and surrounded by beautiful, unspoilt countryside with Connemara and its hills and lakes to the west and the fascinating archaeological region of The Burren, Co. Clare, to the south. Galway’s history dates from the granting of its charter in 1484 by King Richard III of England.
London: a world cultural capital - London is a vast and diverse place. It offers a wealth of interesting cultural and historical activities that will mean you're never short of something fun to do. KEA partner schools are in different areas of London, some very central and others in a rather residential & green area linked with the very centre by good public transport options.
Malta, located in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, is an ideal place for studying English if you like sunshine, swimming and meeting new people. Malta offers a wealth of tradition and history and an abundance of nature, spectacular and panoramic views and sites. Valletta is the cultural and commercial capital of Malta and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an open-air museum boasting baroque architecture and home to some of Malta’s best historical sights. Throughout the years, Valletta has welcomed emperors, heads of states, artists and poets and is now the permanent seat of the Maltese government.Courses in Malta Valletta & in St. Julian's
Oxford is world famous for its university, and it has a huge amount to offer its visitors. There are lots of cultural events, a lively social scene, beautiful buildings and a variety of international restaurants. The city is steeped in history and the air of academic excellence is reflected in our school’s culture. Students often comment that the unique atmosphere of the school is both professional and personal. We are known for our academic excellence - we offer a course suitable for all adult learners.
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