Beautiful Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city has a medieval Old Town and an elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and stunning buildings. It is one of the most culturally exciting and beautiful cities in the world, with miles of unspoilt countryside and picturesque coastline, Edinburgh offers an irresistible blend of history, natural beauty and adventure. From the atmospheric cobbled streets of the Old Town to the beautiful Georgian avenues of the New Town, Edinburgh is a city of contrasts combining shopping, historic attractions, gardens and plenty of restaurants and cafes. Edinburgh has an international airport and great bus and rail links. The school is located just minutes’ walk from Princes Street, the city’s main thoroughfare with its remarkable view of the castle. Here there is a wide range of shops, department stores, cafes and restaurants, a main post office and several major banks.
You will love this small, friendly English school in Scotland. It has around 70 students and everyone soon knows your name. The staff take the time to get to know you, listen to you, help you and teach you English. Students come from all over the world – in a typical class of 10 students on an English course, you might find they come from 10 different countries. So you will go away with friends and useful contacts from across the globe.
The School offers English classes with an excellent small student to staff ratio as classes are limited to a maximum of just 10 students. This provides a friendly student-focused learning environment, ensuring that each student will get the attention that he or she needs to succeed.
International House Belfast is the leading English Language and Teacher Training Institute in Northern Ireland. It is British Council accredited, a certified Cambridge ESOL Examination and Teacher Training Centre, and a member of English UK and MEI Relsa. International House Belfast is a member of the International House World Organisation. Accommodating four floors, the school has 12 spacious classrooms as well as a study room with brand-new computers for students’ use; a kitchen with tea and coffee-making facilities; a dining area; and a small garden There is Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the building. IH Belfast is located in University Street, which, as the name suggests, is in the heart of the city’s university district. The area is full of bars, restaurants and shops catering for a large student population and is just a 10-minute walk from Belfast city centre