Accredited by the British Council in 2003, Malvern House offers English courses to more than 6,000 students from more than 100 countries.
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With three centres located in the heart of one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities in the world, the institution merges academic learning with cultural exposure. The centres at Bloomsbury, Piccadilly and King's Cross are accessible via all central bus routes and underground stations. Depending on their level of fluency and accuracy in English, students are placed in one of the three centres - Piccadilly for lower levels, King's Cross for intermediate and upper-intermediate and Bloomsbury for higher levels and the exam, business, diploma and pre-university courses. In addition to these courses, Malvern House also offers students the opportunity to study a range of foreign languages or teacher training programmes in collaboration with Cactus TEFL and Cactus Language. These courses are open to English native speakers and those with an upper-intermediate level of English or above.
The teachers at Malvern House are highly qualified and enthusiastic and help students to adapt to their new lives in the United Kingdom. With helpful and efficient staff members and state-of-the-art facilities, education at Malvern House is both enriching and intensive. The school also provides counsellors and student advisers who can help the new arrivals with any queries or difficulties that they might face in a new country. Each Malvern House centre is specially designed to meet the needs of those studying there, and students can take maximum advantage of their courses, advancing through the levels as they improve. A comfortable and relaxed atmosphere encourages students to perform to the best of their abilities. “Malvern House has everything. The centres are amazing and my class is really modern”, says Japanese student Airoki Watanabe. Students can also choose their accommodation type - sharing hostel rooms with students of various ethnic backgrounds, renting a private flat with other students, or staying with a host family (giving them a glimpse of British life).
A vibrant modern city with a two-thousand-year history, London forms a major part of students’ academic life. With plays, museums, theatres, tourist attractions and nightclubs, the students always have something to do, and the flexible study schedule also allows them the freedom to take part-time work to supplement their allowance if they so desire. Studying at a language school in London allows students to enjoy all these opportunities and more. There is a variety of options aimed at making the experience as enriching and educational as possible. One of the best English schools London has to offer, the institute also encourages students to formulate their own schedules and study timetables, so that they can make the most of their time in Britain's capital city.