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From Tuesday 3rd January 2017 we will offer a new range of products and courses at The London School of English, with a greater emphasis on 30+ courses in Holland Park Gardens and Canterbury.
As you probably know, the UK has voted to leave the EU. Of course there is uncertainty over what this means in the longer term, but in the short term nothing will change. The UK has decided to leave the EU but we have not left it yet. The process of leaving will probably not start until the autumn. After it starts, there is a 2-year timetable, which can be extended if necessary. So it is likely that there will be no actual changes until late 2018 and right now it is business as usual.
We are very pleased to share the news that our website has been voted as a Horizon Interactive Awards Silver Winner in the Consumer Information category.
The London School of English Group is delighted to announce the recent opening of our new centre located in central Bangkok, Thailand.
We are delighted to announce the launch of The London School of International Communication, which is the latest addition to the LondonSchool Group.
The London School of English Canterbury is pleased to announce a special winter promotional package for our General English 30+ course:
The London School of English has long believed in the continuing professional development of its teachers, and that commitment to high-quality training is now being extended to include a comprehensive and fully-accredited training course for those wishing to teach English to Speakers of Other Languages.
With the publication of The London School of English 2016 brochure, we are pleased to remind our partners and clients about some recent additions to our course and accommodation provision in London and Canterbury and some forthcoming changes that are reflected in the new brochure.
We have prepared an overview of availability for upcoming courses, as well as accommodation options. All of the information is of July 10, 2015. Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any further questions.
Earlier this year, the LondonSchool Trust sponsored an International prize at the Future Film Festival run at BFI Southbank by the British Film Institute, the UK’s leading official body promoting the study and development of film and television. To qualify for the prize, competitors had to be either based outside the UK, or international students studying or working temporarily in the UK.
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