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List of schools in Birmingham
Our Prize English TEG school in Birmingham is located in the center of the City.
The school is located on Broad Street, in a modern building with good facilities, spacious and bright classrooms perfectly equipped for teaching English.
Exam Preparation Course Cambridge FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS, 25 hours per week
General English 20 hours per week
General English 15 hours per week
Our school The English Gallery in Birmingham is located in the center of Birmingham, with all the essential services around it, transport, shops, restaurants, Museums.
The school has 6 classrooms and modern facilities for teaching English, Wi-Fi, ac...
Preparation course for University Access 15 hours per week (academic english)
Intensive English Course 21 hours per week
General English Course 15 hours per week
Our Birmingham English Path school is located in the popular Digbeth area. Named the coolest neighborhood in Britain by The Sunday Times, Digbeth is packed with independent shops, creative artists and dazzling street art, with many transport links, it is ea...
Semi Intensive English Course 25 lessons per week (afternoon)
Semi Intensive English Course 25 lessons per week
General English Course 20 lessons per week (afternoon)
Our Edskills school in Birmingham is located in the heart of the city, next to shopping centers, restaurants and typical English pubs, with good transport connections and easily accessible from anywhere in the city.
The school is just a fifteen minu...
Semi Intensive English Course 28 lessons per week
General English Course 20 lessons per week
Exam Preparation Course for IELTS, lessons per week
Learn English in Birmingham
Birmingham is the second largest city in England after London, with more than a million inhabitants, it has many buildings from the time of the Industrial Revolution that reflect its role as a manufacturing power during the 18th century.
The city is located in the Midlands, and is very well connected to most of Great Britain.
Birmingham is home to a network of canals from which you can explore the city by boat, boasting more miles of canals than Venice and beautiful scenery to enjoy. Many of the canals depart from Sherborne Pier, surrounded by cafes and bars.
In the city center, the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is known for pre-Raphaelite works of art.
You can go shopping in the historic jewelry district and enjoy a Balti, the curry that has become the symbol of Birmingham.
This metropolis was once a world leader in the production of fountain pens, buckles, buttons, jewelry, and firearms. Today there is a Museum, in the Black Country, these skills and crafts come back to life thanks to the recreation of an authentic English village of the time.