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Central School of English

Today I visited Central School of English. The school is indeed quite central; you will find it just in front of the underground exit at Tottenham Court Road! You cannot be more central to enjoy London!

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Crest School of English

Accredited by the British Council, CREST School of English has been teaching English since 1983. The school is based in a suburb of London called Edgware – around 30 minutes from Piccadilly Circus. Located on the main street students can enjoy cafes, restaurants and shops during their free time. Edgware station is located just minutes away from the school which links you straight to Central London.

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UIC London

Created in 1995 by a Japanese company, UIC was bought in 2005 by the current director. They decided to move the school to central London and be based in Bourne Street, about 100m from Oxford Circus station, so definitely quite central.

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Speak Up London

Speak Up London is a pretty new school, it was founded in 2011. Originally based in East London the school changed its directors in 2012 and decided to move to Oxford Street to enjoy one of London's best locations. Both directors have a strong background in the education sector, one of them run a College for several years and the other is a former director of studies in a College. So don’t worry if you enroll Speak Up London, you are in good and experimented hands.

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Anglo Continental

This weeks' blog takes us to Bournemouth! Bournemouth is a coastal town – not too small but not too big – located in the south of the UK. Two hours away from London, this town is the second most popular place to learn English in the UK. Its “first industry” is tourism. This means for you that there is a lot to do during the summer, the most popular activities are festivals and air shows. This city will suit young students as it offers a great nightlife. You will be able to enjoy the sea but also the forest. Moreover, Bournemouth is not London, meaning that the life is more relaxed and calmed. Mothers and fathers you can leave your children study there, it's definitely a safe place.

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