Top Reasons to Study English in Brighton

Learn English in Brighton

Brighton really is one of the best places to study English in the UK and people come from all over the world to study here. Here are some of the top reasons why:

  • Brighton is one of the most fashionable cities in England
  • Course prices are generally more affordable in Brighton than in other UK destinations like London, Oxford and Cambridge
  • The city is modern with culture, nightlife and 
  • There is a unique pebbly beach which is a great place to relax after intensive classes
  • The city has a young vibe due to the amount of students studying here at the universities of Brighton and Sussex
  • There are lots of bars, nightclubs concerts, cinemas, museums, galleries and theaters
  • You can book cheap train and bus tickets to explore other places in England like London
  • The city is located in the spectacular countryside of the Sussex Downs so it is very easy to see the traditional rural English way of life


Best English Language Schools in Brighton

With so many English schools in Brighton knowing which one to choose is a difficult decision. We have put together a list of recommended schools and institutions below. Most are accredited and affiliated with the British Council and by English UK.

  • Ardmore Language Schools 
  • Brighton Language College 
  • BISS 
  • British Study Centres 
  • Castle School of English 
  • Dolphin Languages 
  • EC English 
  • EF Brighton 
  • Elite Learning 
  • Embassy CES
  • ELC The English Language Centre 
  • Eurocentres 
  • Interactive English Language School 
  • ISE Hove 
  • ISIS Brighton 
  • LSI Language Studies International 
  • Language Trainers 
  • Languages Plus 
  • London Language Centre 
  • LTC Brighton 
  • Manor Courses
  • My English Friends 
  • Olivet English Language School 
  • Regent 
  • Regency College Brighton 
  • Sam's School of English
  • St Giles International 
  • ISE Brighton 


Location of English Language Schools in Brighton

Most language schools are located in the heart of the city close to the shops and the Royal Pavilion. If you book accommodation as part of a course then you should be an easy walk or public transport ride away from the school. Brighton has a fairly small city centre and you should be able to reach everywhere by foot.


How to Get to Brighton

Brighton is just 50 minutes from London by train and is within easy access of both Heathrow and Gatwick airports if you are planning on arriving from overseas. 


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