Each training course is going to be held in completely prepared installations according to the number of the participants who applied for the course.
The training course is going to be celebrated in hotels, conference rooms, public or privet schools or academies. You will be notified about the meeting poin few weeks before arrival.
We are an experienced provider of EU-funded programmes for teachers and school students in the UK.
As a course provider with many teacher training courses in the former Comenius Database and now in cooperation with many Erasmus+ funded schools, we successfully arranged a wide variety of courses for thousands of European teachers funded by the European Union.
Population: 124,000, 63 miles (100 kilometres) north of London (1 hour by rail).
Cambridge is a beautiful historic city, world famous for its prestigious university with its magnificent ancient colleges and lovely riverside. It has picturesque
shopping streets, fascinating museums and attractive parks.
The most convenient airports for Cambridge are Stansted & Luton, which have direct bus links to Cambridge. If arriving at other airports, travel is via central London.
Population: 156,000, 37 miles (60 kilometres) north-east of London (½ hour by rail).
The county town of Essex, Chelmsford is a pleasant town in an attractive rural area with many pretty villages. It has good shopping and sports facilities and
is very conveniently situated for visits to London as well as Cambridge.The most convenient airport for Chelmsford is Stansted, as there is a direct bus link to Chelmsford. If arriving at other airports, travel to Chelmsford is via central London.
Population: 108,000; 98 miles (157 kilometres) west of London (2¼ hours by rail)
Cheltenham is an elegant spa town, situated on the edge of the Cotswold Hills, which are famous for their picturesque stone villages. Cheltenham is
known for its Regency architecture, colourful parks and gardens and it has many attractive residential areas.
The most convenient airports: Heathrow (direct National Express Coach to Cheltenham), Birmingham (rail to Cheltenham) or Bristol (airport bus then rail to Cheltenham)
Population 150,000; 54 miles (86 kilometres) north-east of London (1 hour by rail).
Colchester is England's oldest recorded town and first Roman city. It is an attractive town rich in historic buildings, including a fine castle. The Essex coast
and many picturesque villages are within easy reach.
The most convenient airport: Stansted (direct coach to Colchester) or other London airports (rail/coach via Central London) or direct coach from Heathrow to Colchester
Population: 105,000; 190 miles (305 kilometres) south-west of London (2½ hours by rail).
Exeter is an historic city with a magnificent Gothic cathedral, many lovely old buildings and a variety of interesting museums. It is the county town of
Devon, situated in beautiful hilly countryside, close to the South Devon coast and Dartmoor National Park.
The most convenient airports: Exeter (bus to city centre), Bristol (airport bus then rail or coach to Exeter) or Heathrow (direct National Express Coach to Exeter)
Population: 105,000; 105 miles (170 kilometres) west of London (2 hours by rail).
Gloucester is an ancient city with a magnificent medieval cathedral and cloister, as well as being a lively modern town. The historic docks have been
impressively restored to include various museums, shops and cafes. The city is close to the spectacular countryside of the Cotswold Hills, the Wye Valley
and the Forest of Dean.
The most convenient airports: Heathrow (direct National Express Coach to Gloucester) or Birmingham (rail to Gloucester) or Bristol (airport bus then rail to Gloucester)
Population: 120,000; 90 miles (144 kilometres) north-east of London (1¼ hours by rail).
Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk, is situated close to the unspoilt Suffolk coast and to many picturesque villages. It has an attractive waterfront and
some noteworthy historic buildings, including a fine Tudor mansion.
The most convenient airport: Stansted (direct coach to Colchester) or other London airports (rail/coach via Central London) or direct coach from Heathrow to Ipswich
Population: 140,000; 37 miles (55 kilometres) south-east of London (1 hour by rail).
Maidstone is a pleasant riverside town with various historic buildings including a medieval archbishop's palace It is situated in the beautiful county of Kent
within easy reach of London and the coast. One of its chief attractions is the wealth of charming villages in the surrounding countryside.
The most convenient airports: All London Airports (Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, City) – travel to Maidstone via central London
Population: 96,000; 153 miles (245 kilometres) north-west of London (2½ hours by rail).
Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire, is a delightful old town, picturesquely situated in a bend of the River Severn. It has a wealth of historic
buildings, including a castle and many half-timbered and Georgian houses, as well as several interesting museums. Shrewsbury is surrounded by lovely
countryside and is only a short distance from the Welsh border.
The most convenient airports: Birmingham (rail to Shrewsbury) or Manchester (rail to Shrewsbury) or Liverpool (airport bus then rail to Shrewsbury)
Population: 220,000; 80 miles (128 kilometres) south-west of London (1¼ hours by rail).
Southampton is a pleasant university town and an important port situated on the south coast, within easy reach of the New Forest, Winchester, Salisbury,
Portsmouth, Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight. There is an historic old town, interesting museums, a new waterside development and an excellent
The most convenient airports: Southampton (rail to city centre), Heathrow (direct National Express coach to Southampton) or Gatwick (direct coach or rail to Southampton)
Population: 330,000; 150 miles (240 kilometres) from London (2¼ hours by rail).
Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, situated on the south coast of Wales, is a lively cultural centre. Its attractions include: Cardiff Bay, Cardiff Castle, National
Museum and Gallery and Llandaff Cathedral. Nearby are the Open-Air Museum of Welsh Life, Caerphilly Castle, the Brecon Beacons National Park and
beautiful coastal scenery and beaches.
The most convenient airports: Cardiff Airport (rail or bus to city centre), Heathrow or Bristol Airports (direct National Express coach from both to Cardiff)
Population: 56,000; 16 miles (25 kilometres) north of Edinburgh.
Dunfermline, the ancient capital of Scotland, boasts a famous medieval abbey, palace ruins, interesting museums and a lovely park. It lies on the northern
side of the Firth of Forth, at the southern gateway to the Scottish Highlands, and is ideally placed for visits to Edinburgh and to some of the most beautiful
scenery of Scotland.
The most convenient airport: Edinburgh (direct Stagecoach 747 bus to Halbeath Park and Ride, Dunfermline)
Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is a lively city. It offers a wide range of attractions and cultural visits including the Northern Ireland Assembly at
Stormont, black taxi tour of the political murals and Peace Wall, the Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, the Titanic Experience, W5 Science & Discovery
Centre, theatres, historic pubs, traditional Irish Music, modern shopping centres and historic St George's Indoor Market. The beautiful Antrim coast and
world famous Giant’s Causeway and Dublin are within easy reach.
Belfast has two airports: Belfast City (bus to city centre – 20 minutes) or Belfast International (bus to city centre – 40 minutes)
Creative Activities & Motivating Materials for the Secondary Classroom
Participants will have the opportunity:
Check with us availability and corse content of your course. Please indicate destination where you wish to study in your online booking form
Para tu curso de Inglés en puedes elegir entre los siguientes alojamientos:
Most teachers opt to stay with a local family.
Host families are carefully selected and offer a friendly welcome and opportunities to chat and learn more about life in the UK.
Participants often find that the experience of staying with a host family is one of the most memorable aspects of the course.
Accommodation is in single rooms (unless participants request to share). Breakfast, packed lunch and evening meal are provided by the host family. (Food allergies, likes and dislikes are taken into account).
Teachers can, of course, opt to arrange their own hotel, guest house or self-catering accommodation if they prefer.
RESIDENTIAL & HOTEL ACCOMMODATION is offered for groups and, on certain courses, for individuals - single study bedrooms with en-suite bathroom on centrally situated university campuses or hotels.
Disponibilidad: Segun las fechas del curso
Tipo de habitación: single sharing bathroom
Distancia a la escuela: up to 40 min in public transport
Entrada: Domingo a partir 14:00
Salida: Sábado antes de las 10:00
Transport at the beginning and end of the course is not provided and International Study Programmes regrets that it is unable to assist with travel arrangements. Please check the most convenient airports above. If arriving at other airports, travel to the course location is generally via central London by coach or rail.
For enquiries and timetables:
There is also a useful website www.traveline.info which will assist in planning a journey within the UK using every form of transport.