English for 50+ Students- BSC York

A 50+ course in York is the ideal way to develop your English and make new friends, whilst gaining an enjoyable insight into one of England’s most vibrant and historically significant cities. After a morning consisting of informative and communicative … Continue reading

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Meet Natascha, BSC Brighton

Originally from Switzerland, Natascha came to Brighton to enrol on a 6 week IELTS course during her gap year. She loved the school and the city vibe so much that became a student services intern for 7 months, she has … Continue reading

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Meet Hamoud, BSC York

Hamoud is 26. He is a Syrian Kurd from Aleppo in Syria. He came to us through RefuAid  : an organisation that provides access to language tuition, education, employment and family reunification to refugees who have been forced to leave … Continue reading

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Thinking of Taking a Family Holiday in Manchester?

One of the UK’s friendliest cities, Manchester is a wonderful mix of modern and old, with state-of-the-art museums located next to Victorian warehouses alluding to the city’s hardworking and industrial past.  It is a kid-friendly city that humbly excels in … Continue reading

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English Language Courses for Ages 50+

Whether you’re looking for a new challenge, have always wanted to put your English into practice but never had the chance, or simply want to meet new people in exciting and historic British cities, the 50+ English Language Courses in … Continue reading

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Nikki’s CELTA Story, York

Taking the CELTA course at BSC York a few years ago changed the course of Nikki’s career, leading her to Vietnam and back! Here is her story: Why did you choose to do CELTA at BSC York? I knew that … Continue reading

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