English Summer Schools at Westminster Kingsway College

English Summer Schools

English Summer Schools for International Students (EFL/ESOL)

Westminster Kingsway College’s English Summer School is an exciting programme in central London that will help you to improve your English language skills and make friends from around the world. You will benefit from learning in a College with over 100 years tradition of teaching languages, with optional IELTS and enrichment activities to choose from.

These courses are for non-native English speakers (EU and worldwide) who want to improve their English Language communication skills while enjoy the city of London. Full-time English classes run from 15 hours per week for two to eight weeks at our Soho Centre in central London near Piccadilly Circus. The courses are offered at Elementary, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate Level. Each Level is carefully structured to help you:

  • Improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills
  • Develop your confidence to communicate in English in different situations such as professional, social and academic.

Download the English Summer School leaflet for more information.

Please note, course fees listed are for International (Non-EU) students. If you are from the EU then please download our leaflet, which lists both EU and non-EU course fees.

To book a place on a course, please contact us on +44(0)20 7963 4181 or +44(0)20 7802 8930. You can also email courseinfo@westking.ac.uk (EU Students) or international@westking.ac.uk (Non EU Students).

You can also apply online or by visiting one of our College Centres.

You will need to complete a short test so that we can assess your level of English to ensure that you join the right course for you. For students applying from overseas this test can be taken online by prior arrangement.

Westminster Kingsway College is accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English and is a member of English UK. Westminster Kingsway College’s teaching of English has also been recognised as a Centre of Excellence by EL Gazette, the newspaper for English language and international education, based on the recent British Council inspection.

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