Capital School of English • Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Capital School of English is a language school in the beautiful city of Bournemouth. The courses have been accredited by British Council. It is an accredited Trinity Language Exam centre, which enables students to take one of the Trinity Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GESE). The language school is also a member of The Regional Accredited Language Schools Association (RALSA), Quality English, International Education Forum, and English UK. The school offers a wide range of courses that are designed to meet each individual’s needs and language-abilities. There are three English courses programmes (Standard, English +, Full Immersion) available ranging from 15-30 hours of study per week, open to students regardless their age and and academic backgrounds. Capital School of English also offers Academic IELTS, Cambridge English Exams, English for Work, and Mini-Stay programmes. The language school is known for its outstanding staff and beautiful location. It is based on the south coast of England and has access to London via with direct train and road links and connections to a multitude of popular tourist destinations. In addition the offering in class learning, Capital School of English offers its students full immersion through social activities and field trips, in order to maximise the students potential.

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