Known as ‘London-by-the-sea’, Brighton has two universities and reputedly the youngest population in the UK. There is much to explore: the famous pier with its fairground attractions, the Marina with its waterside cafés, bars and health clubs and the Sea Life Centre.
Brighton & Hove is on the south coast of England. There is a regular direct train service to London, which takes just 49 minutes.
12-17 years. Please note that adult students may also be present in the school.
Breakfast, dinner and weekend lunches with host families. Lunches provided by the school during weekdays.
5 city-based afternoon and 2 evening activities per week
1 full-day excursion per week
The Centre at a Glance
The school has 14 classrooms, all with windows and natural light, many of which with views over our fantastic garden. All have in-class networked computers and projectors, some with interactive whiteboards.
There is a well-equipped study centre with learning resources, computers, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the school.
In-house Café and Garden
The school has its own café where students can have a meal and socialise during breaks and after lessons. The food is freshly made in-house and provides a good value-for-money lunch option.
You will stay at the home of one of our friendly homestay hosts, giving you the opportunity to practise English in real-life contexts.
Twin or triple room with shared bathroom
Maximum travel time to school: 45 minutes
Close to Brighton and Hove train stations and within easy reach of the city centre, we are near to all the major attractions of the city centre and even the beach, which is a 15-minute walk away.
British Study Centres Brighton,
Fairfax House, 47 Cromwell Road,
Brighton & Hove,
East SussexBN3 3ER,