Open since 2005, the Edinburgh school belongs to a prestigious multinational institution. The teaching method is communicative and the goal is that all students speak English as much as possible. All teachers are native speakers, qualified and have many years of experience. The school is located in the city center, a short walk from the main tourist and cultural areas and very close to the shopping area full of bars and restaurants. The school environment is friendly and welcoming and its facilities are modern and of a high quality.
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Edinburgh is a city full of tourist attractions, constructed like Rome as it is built on seven hills. The city is known for its castles, but in Edinburgh you will find much more than Castles and Whisky.
During your stay in Edinburgh, you will discover that it is a magical city - all the streets are steeped in history, it has one of the most charming old towns in Europe and fantastic festivals are held throughout the year.
Although it has always had a more conservative image than other Scottish cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh is an exciting yet vibrant capital of art, culture, history and beauty. It has many galleries and museums, five theatres, performing arts and a full calendar of international festivals. Enjoy a city which is always on the move.
Connections to other cities - Public transportation
The main station is Edinburgh Waverley Edinburgh.
From there you can catch trains to most of the UK cities.
For more information visit the page www.thetrainline.com
Gone are the days when Edinburgh's nightlife was quite boring and locals had to go to Glasgow for a good night. Edinburgh is in full swing and its nightlife is excellent thanks to locals and the many tourists who visit the city every year. There isn´t an exclusive party area, but several different ones: George Street in the New Town, High Street in the Old City, the university and the Grassmarket. Broughton Street tends to attract a "motley" clientele, while Leith is one of the most popular areas.
The bars in the city range from traditional taverns with hundreds of years of history behind them, to bars with a modern design. Once the bars close, people often go to the clubs that offer a variety of music to suit all tastes. There are many places that offer live music and big concerts are usually held at Murrayfield Stadium.
The season in which Edinburgh has the largest number of visitors is the summer (July-September) and particularly in August, during the famous Edinburgh International Festival which is when the city stirs great cultural activity. At the same time, it also hosts the Fringe Festival (alternative festival), the Military Tattoo (military parade), the Jazz Festival and the Film Festival.
In Edinburgh there are 4 large, very prestigious universities, where thousands of international students come each year. The oldest, the University of Edinburgh, dates back to 1583.
It is ideal for people that want to combine learning the language with discovering the beautiful city of Edinburgh.
The school organises a varied plan of activities in the afternoons and evenings. Participating in activities is not mandatory, however it is a perfect way to see other cities, meet new friends and have fun.
On Tuesday nights there is a party with the school team in one of the pubs in town. It is a perfect way to practice your English in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. During the Fringe Festival, the school becomes one of the venues of the Festival with concerts and theatre performances.
It is ideal for students who want to immerse themselves in a different culture. By sharing meals with your hosts every day and relaxing with the family, you can practice your language in natural situations. Usually, there are no more than 3 students in a family and there is always mix of nationalities. Families often live in residential areas of the city, not in the center, so you will need to take public transport to get to the school.
Availability: All year
Room Type: single or double room
School distance: Normally 15-20 minutes
Deposit fee: 250 pounds
The Edinburgh International Airport is located about 13 km northwest of the city.
Companies that fly to Edinburgh from Spain are:
Bus: There is a bus service at the airport; it leaves about every 10 minutes, and the journey takes about 25 minutes to get to the city center (Weverley Bridge) and the ticket price is £5. The bus schedule is from 04:45 to 00:00 Monday through Saturday and 9:25 to 00:20 on Sundays.
Taxi: the stop is located east of the terminal, the journey is about 20 minutes long and costs about 18 pounds. You also have the option to request a taxi through Airport taxi, the phone number is: (0131) 344 22 44.
If your flight lands at Glasgow Airport (Glasgow International), you must navigate to the station and get a train, with a duration of 45 minutes, or get a 1 hour bus to get to Edinburgh.
If you fly directly to Glasgow Prestwick Airport, it is located 130 km from Edinburgh. From there you must take a train to Glasgow and then switch to Edinburgh Rail Link.
Todo es perfecto y positivo. Lo mejor la escuela, el trato recibido allí y tanto los profesores, como el director y el personal de administración de la escuela fantásticos, ya que se preocupaban en todo momento de que la estancia fuera perfecta. Sin duda un diez para todos ellos.
El viaje en general ha sido muy satisfactorio, la ciudad, la residencia, la escuela etc. Me parece muy atractivo el hecho de que en la escuela se ofrezca desayuno "gratuito" es una buena manera de que los estudiantes nos conozcamos entre nosotros.
La escuela tiene muy buen ambiente y es muy familiar, además de que los "minigrupos" te animan mucho más a hablar que estar en una clase llena de gente. Una buena experiencia.
Edimburgo es una ciudad con una estupenda oferta cultural por los festivales de verano, con multitud de eventos gratuitos.
Edimburgo es increíble y es una ciudad a la que hay que ir. también alquilamos un coche los fines de semana y hemos quedado encantados con Escocia.