Study at an English summer school in London and discover one of the greatest cities in the world.
Fully booked for Summer 2023!
King’s College is in the heart of London, surrounded by iconic landmarks. Young Learners can spend the morning learning English with international classmates, then go on trips to famous places in the city and outside of London.
We also offer two fantastic new options in London with our unique Street Art & Culture course along with a specialist program for Future Leaders & Entrepreneurs.
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BSC courses attract students from all around the world, including China, Italy, Brazil, Turkey, France, Argentina and more.
Our qualified English teachers use a variety of techniques to improve accuracy and confidence. Interactive lessons make learning fun and memorable.
Learning English in London is a great way to experience this amazing city and see the iconic landmarks.
Learning English in London is always a special experience for Young Learners. Our most popular option is English Plus Explore London which gives the right balance of education with seeing the sights of this great city. We also offer specialist courses in Street Art and Entrepreneurship.
The King’s College fact file has more information about our summer schools. Download it for details about the course, accommodation, activities and more.
We plan lots of day trips and evening activities to help Young Learners relax and socialise while they stay. Take a look at a sample timetable below.
Students stay in single en-suite bedrooms, located a few minutes’ walk away from the campus. Accommodation includes 24 hour security, laundry facilities, and a dedicated Young Learner team on-site.
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Summer schools with BSC are about learning English, discovering a new city and having fun.
Our lesson activities and projects help students learn English quickly, accurately and confidently. Once classes finish, we plan trips to famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace, the British Museum and Oxford Street. At the weekend, students visit famous cities like Cambridge, Brighton and Canterbury. It’s busy, but it’s a summer you’ll never forget.