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2011 brochures and Dates and Fees document available to download
The London School of English World Blog has moved to our website. The blog is run by trainers in the school and includes:
* posts about the school
* posts about what’s happening in London
* language tips and answers to your language questions
* links to useful language learning materials
* posts about what’s happening in the news
* posts on British life and culture
* news from the trainers
We would like to know what you think of the blog, so post comments and make suggestions for future posts.
The visa requirements to study in the UK have changed. Read our up to date information to keep informed.
2011 course dates and fees are now on all course pages on the website.
We have recently introduced an online test for course participants on our Intensive General English and English for University courses. The test is taken at the end of each course (approximately every six weeks) and is used to help trainers and course participants identify areas that need particular focus in order to ensure progression is made as rapidly as possible.
We have recently merged our Sales and Marketing and Client Services departments to form one new department. This brings together all the people that you normally deal with, and will allow us to offer you an improved service.
We have recently launched a new online course - BULATS Writing Practice
On Tuesday 27th October we will be launching our new website. We spoke to a number of students and agents through the design process and we hope the finished product will be more user friendly and have all the resources you are looking for.
This month we are celebrating forty years at Holland Park Gardens. We moved here in 1969 from Oxford Circus, in central London. The school at that time was very large and had a lot of students, many of them studying part time. Peter Fabian, the Director of the school at the time, felt that this busy environment wasn’t the right place to study a language seriously. The move to Holland Park Gardens, along with making all our courses full time, meant the school became a quieter and more personal place to study, with a more mature client base. Our personal service and serious study environment is still very important to us today, and our courses still attract mature and motivated participants.
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