English Courses in Brighton (ages 14-21)
Have an unforgettable experience taking part in an English camp for teens that's packed full of leisure, sport and cultural activities in Brighton!
For the past 200 years, Brighton has been seen by vacationers as one of the top seaside resorts in the world! Even though, history runs deep through the streets, Brighton is anything but old-fashioned; it is actually an exciting and young place to visit.
The mixture of what is new and what is old makes Brighton an ideal location for teenagers to discover while participating in a Teenagers Abroad English program. The city is full of small shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants, all of which are perfect places for students to meet at after their English courses to practice their newly acquired English language skills.
Brighton is also known for being a diverse city in terms of fashion and music. During the summer, artists, musicians and actors gather for the, increasingly popular, Brighton Festival. Brighton also offers many cultural activities such as museums, sporting events, art shows, and concerts.
Our school is located in the heart of the city. Its superb location allows for easy access to all of Brighton’s major attractions. Within minutes, you can reach the promenade and the beach, as well as endless shops and boutiques.
Please note that in the high season (June 17 -Aug. 25), lessons might be held in another building located 20 minutes away by bus.
The Teenagers Abroad English program offers to high school students the following course options for English Courses in Brighton:
Standard English Courses:
>> 4 group lessons daily (15 hours per week)
Intensive English Courses:
>> 6 group lessons daily (22.5 hours per week)
The Teenager Abroad English Camp includes:
Class size: max. 15 students
Standard English courses normally held 9:00-12:30pm, Monday - Friday
Intensive English courses normally held 1:00-2:30pm, Monday - Friday
English courses for all language levels
Teachers are qualified & English native speakers
Language certificate given at the end of the program
Number of students attending the course:
Based on 2017 attendance records, we expect to have the following number of students each week during the following months: January 15-25 / June 70-90 / July150-180 / August 140-180 / October 15-25.
A typical day includes:
Breakfast: 8:00 - 9:00am
English Courses: 9:00 - 12:30pm
Lunch: 12:30 - 2:30pm
Organized activities: 2:30 - 6:00pm
Evening meal/ evening activities: 6:00 - 8:00pm
Lights out: 11:00pm
Accommodation & Meals
Students participating in the English program will have the choice between two accommodation options:
Residence Accommodation (ages 16-17):
- 3+ bedded rooms
- 3 meals daily (packed lunch)
- 15 min. away from main school
- On site supervision
Host Family Accommodation:
- Double rooms
- 3 meals daily (packed lunch)
- Students walk to school or use public transportation
- Housing located 20 to 40 minutes from the school
- Available to students with prior knowledge of English
Activities & Excursions
The supervised activity program includes:
- Daily afternoon/evening activities
- Weekly half day excursion
- Weekly full day excursion
Our program in Brighton provides participants with sufficient time after courses to learn more about England, its culture, traditions, customs and everyday life. Students will experience cultural and social activities with their new international classmates. This provides them with the opportunity to practice their new English language skills, as well as to make new friends.
Curfew & Supervision
Level of supervision: MODERATE
Curfew is at 11:00 pm every day.
Students must return to their accommodation by or before the curfew time, unless they are participating in a tour or activity organized by the school, regardless of their age or circumstance. No exceptions will be made!
Travel & Arrival Information
Arrival airport: London Heathrow (LHR) or London Gatwick (LGW)
Transfers from the airport are included on the day of arrival (Sunday) and on the day of departure (Friday or Saturday) between 9am and 7pm.
Passports / Visa / Length of stay:
Students are responsible to arrange for the necessary visas, passports and permits needed to study abroad. For more information about visas, permits, passports and general country entry requirements, visit CIBT official website.
Students are responsible for making all flight arrangements for travel to/from London. Upon arrival at the London airport, one of our staff members will meet the student and take them to their accommodation.
Teenagers Abroad participants have the option to book our Travel Health Insurance.