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Located in the southwest of England and crossed by the river Avon, the city of Bristol owes its prosperity to its big commercial port. Surrounded by a wonderful mountain landscape, it is one of the most visited dedstinations in Great Britain. With a population of around 440,000 people, the city is famous for its music and cinema industry, and holds many victorian and georgian churches as well as many museums, galleries and parks. It is about 2 hours away from London.
13 to 17 years old
From June 30 to July 20 (3 weeks)
The program takes place in the University of the West of England, Frenchay Campus, the most prestigious university of Bristol, so the students enjoy the best academic, residential and sports facilities. The campus is only 30 minutes away from the city centre on public trasnsport. Students will have access to computers with an internet connection.
The program includes 20 hours per week in international grouppings. All students will take an obligatory level test on the first day to determine each student's English level and corresponding course level. The maximum number of students per group is 15.
The lessons will be taught one week in the morning and one in the afternoon, alternatively.
* There is the option of having a 30 weekly lessons course.
* Each lesson is 45 minutes long.
- In the university campus: the students will be organized by age and gender in single rooms with a bathroom.
- With host families: where the students will stay in a double room that will be shared with other international students. The transit from the family homes to the academic centre will be completed on public transportation, which can take between 20 and 30 minutes.
In both cases, students will enjoy a full board every day of the week.
The program includes a diverse and complete program of activities both after classes and after dinner, as well as full-day excursions to places like London or Oxford. On Sundays, our Spanish monitor will organize extra activities based on the group's preferences.