Craftsmanship in education: immersive learning in a positive and dynamic environment
Central School of English was founded in 1968, and has been equipping students with a deep understanding of the English language for over 50 years. Centred in the heart of London, our school is on the doorstep of the many cultural and artistic high-points of the city, of which students can take advantage through our bi-weekly organised activities, and during their free weekends.
Courses at Central School of English are intensive and academically rigorous, and equip students with the skills necessary for success in their future academic and professional lives.
Central School of English offers a variety of course options, including full-time and part-time group English classes, individual tuition and exam preparation courses for English proficiency exams, including IELTS and Cambridge exams.
A carefully structured, 27.5 hour per-week programme which combines core skills lessons, communication skills workshops, team-work and mentored independent learning sessions.
The Octorial Programme, with an additional 5 or 7.5 hours of individual tuition per week. Tutors will tailor a programme to fit the exact requirements of the student, including exam preparation and areas of professional specialisation such as law, medicine and engineering.
For students looking for part-time classes, the Essential Programme includes 18 hours of tuition per week. Students are also able to remain in school and make use of the facilities outside of class time.
Central School of English offers a full-time, 27.5 hour per week IELTS Preparation Programme and Cambridge Exam Preparation Programme , including the B2 First (FCE) and C1 Advanced (CAE) exams, which each equip students with the skills and strategies to achieve to the maximum of their potential in the exam, including mock exams under timed conditions.
A programme which is designed exactly to the unique requirements and learning styles of each student, the tutor will tailor an individual course match the exact needs of the student.
Inside the classroom – an Octorial Programme lesson about climate change