THE GENERAL ENGLISH COURSE
The General English course is our most popular course and is designed for all skill levels.
With start dates every Monday, this course is an ideal way to improve your ability to communicate effectively and have confidence in your use of the English language.
Our dynamic approach to grammar, pronunciation and conversation using interactive software, individual and group work makes learning engaging and fun as well as developing your reading, writing and listening skills.
Reasons to choose General English:
- Starts every Monday
- Suitable for all levels
- Beginners accepted in some locations
- Choose the number of lessons and your course length according to your budget and goals
- Cost effective for long-term study
- Improve your understanding of grammar and vocabulary
- Enhance your listening ability and your confidence in speaking English
- Develop more effective English language communication skills
- Resources and materials
- Access to My Embassy English Student Dashboard
- Computer facilities and Wi-Fi
- Online personalised learning plans
- End of Course Certificate
EMBASSY BRIGHTON EXPERIENCE
Social atmosphere: Embassy Brighton has a market-leading social programme where English language students can take part in many evening activities, study groups, trips to the theatre, weekend hikes, full day visits to other UK destinations, events and more. Brighton is a busy city and our social programme is tailored to make sure students are fully integrated.
Brighton city life: A seaside location with a vibrant city, Brighton has a population of almost 300,000 people. Brighton is a very popular city for students so there’s always something happening, plus it’s less than an hour on the train to the centre of London.
Why Choose Embassy Brighton?
Busy, state-of-the-art modern building shared with Bellerbys College and home to almost 1,000 students
Full social programme where students can participate in daily activities and weekend excursions
Unique and interesting seaside city, only a 50 minute train journey from London with all its iconic landmarks
Experienced academic team will ensure students receive support and assistance throughout their journey
- Prayer room
- Exceptional classroom facilities
- Student break out areas
- IT suite
- University application counselling
TRAVELLING AROUND THE CITY:
There are 2 bus stops just a short walk from our school on London Road and outside of the Brighton train station, providing easy access to the city and surrounding locations.
Brighton Station is also only a few steps away from the English language school, providing access to mainline train services to London.
Alternatively, taxis are an affordable option in Brighton.
Nearest bus stop: 5-minute walk
Nearest shopping centre: 10-minute walk
Nearest bank: 10-minute walk
Nearest coffee shop: onsite/5-minute walk
Nearest post office: 10-minute walk
Nearest mosque: 15-minute walk
Nearest church: 5-minute walk
Nearest newsagent: 5-minute walk
Nearest restaurant: 5-minute walk
Nearest supermarkets: 5-minute walk
Nearest park: 10-minute walk
COST OF LIVING:
We currently advise that students on English courses in Brighton should budget approximately GB,150 per week. This will cover all basic transport, food and entertainment costs.
|Price in GBP|
|Cup of Coffee (e.g. Starbucks)||2.80 – 3.20|
|Can of Coca-Cola||0.70|
|Big Mac Hamburger||2.50|
|Hot meal in the school cafeteria with side salad, main course and dessert||4.10 – 5.20|
|3 course meal in mid-range restaurant||20.00 add 10% gratuity|
|Cinema ticket||6.00 – 8.00|
|Nightclub entrance||5.00 – 15.00|
|Bus||2.00 for single trip within city centre, 2.50 for single trip beyond centre|
|Taxi||2.80 minimum and 0.50 for each additional minute (approx.)|
|Roundtrip train to London||16.00 (off-peak)|
Embassy Brighton’s self-catering accommodation options are close to the sea, but nestled in the heart of the town, providing a perfect balance for a great study abroad experience.
– Voyager House
Voyager House is based on campus and is suitable for students under 18.
Live as part of an English-speaking household while studying in Brighton. Depending on the type of accommodation you book, you’ll have your own bedroom, or share a room with another Embassy English language school Brighton student. You will eat breakfast and, with the half-board booking, also evening meals with your hosts. It’s a great chance to meet Brighton residents and share their way of life. Living with English-speakers also means that you will never stop learning and improving your fluency.
Brighton Study Centre, 1 Billinton Way
Brighton, BN1 4LF
FINDING THE SCHOOL:
Walk through Brighton train station, pass by Jurys Inn Hotel and our campus is the next building on Billinton Way.