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International House London is a prestigious 9-floor language school in central London, existing since 1959. IH teaches English and prepares students for IELTS, CAMBRIDGE and OET exams from more than 100 countries, and also trains teachers and employees of organizations. Only 5% of school students are Russian-speaking.
International House London is one of the largest and most prestigious language centers in London, located in the heart of the capital - Covent Garden. In 2018 the expert company of the British Council awarded the school with one of the best ratings, putting it in the top 1% of UK language schools.
Today IH London is:
1. One of the largest IELTS test providers in Europe;
2. The world's largest provider of qualification CELTA for teachers (CELTA was established at International House London);
3. The center for learning business and specialized English for employees of corporate organizations;
4. Center for the training of children from the age of 8 (summer camps are located throughout the UK from Oxford to Edinburgh)
Today the school occupies 9 floors and has 53 classrooms, each of them equipped with air conditioning and an interactive whiteboard. The school also has a modern cafe.
International House London is a non-profit organization that was established in 1959. It reinvests all of her funds into her premises and staff, as well as funding scholarships and projects around the world.
IH London is proud of its teachers: many teachers are not only experienced specialists in English, but they also teach other native teachers as well as teachers from around the world. In addition, many IH teachers themselves compiled and published various textbooks (Cutting Edge, English Unlimited, Headway), dictionaries and reference books.
There are no classes on public holidays: 01 January, 10 April, 13 April, 08 May, 25 May, 31 August, 25 December 2020.
There will be no classes from Monday 23 December 2019. The School will reopen on 6th January 2020.
General English course is designed to build student's confidence and ability in the four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students will develop the use of grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Teachers use communicative approach whereby students are encouraged to communicate in pairs, groups or directly with the teacher at all times. This course is ideal for students who want to learn English and spend some free time walking around London.
15 lessons per week: students study from 9:00-12:00 or 12:15-15:15 Mon-Fri
The course is for English teachers who want to gain confidence in working with kids aged 3 to 6 years of age. You may already have some experience or be about to start teaching this age range.
On this course you will look at the different stages in learning and development of young children. Within an age range, there may be many similarities in what children can do and enjoy doing, but also there are differences between individuals. You will learn about activities to use to stimulate and support language development, for example, craft, games, stories and songs and ways to make learning opportunities from play.
By the end of the course, participants will have:
- Considered the different needs, realities and challenges of teaching very young learners;
- Looked at games and activities aimed at recognition, production and early years literacy through phonics;
- Designed and adapted practical teaching activities and materials to meet the needs of the learners and curriculum.
Course length: 2 weeks
Start dates: 06-17 July 2020
Max class size: 15
Recommended level: B2 and higher
This course is designed to build student's confidence and ability in the four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students will develop the use of grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Teachers use communicative approach whereby students are encouraged to communicate in pairs, groups or directly with the teacher at all times. Teachers adapt the lessons to the needs of the class and supplement the use of textbooks with authentic materials such as digital resources and news articles.
25 lessons per week: students study General English from 9:00-12:00 and choose extra two hours of focus classes per day from 13:15-15:15. Topics could include: Everyday English, Communication and Media, English for Exams, Research and Debate, Academic English.
The school must confirm the availability of your chosen accommodation.
If the selected housing is not available for your dates, the school will offer another accommodation option for you to consider.
I don't need housing
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16 Stukeley Street London WC2B 5LQ, London
4.4 out of 5
The residence from the school was comfortable enough, it was all necessary. But the only time I just moved in was when I had to clean up. And so everything is fine! In two weeks I had four new teachers, but that's okay. A lot of attention is paid to spoken English. Excellent method of teaching and iRead more
There are a lot of events at school. Exactly what to do after school. However, I preferred to visit interesting places on my own, but I took a couple of excursions from the school. Unfortunately, I have not noticed much progress from training. I really wanted to fill in my grammar gaps, but we mostlRead more
I can definitely praise this school for organizing leisure time for students. Everything is so diverse and interesting! Every day there are both paid and free activities to choose from. Excursions with 50% discount. Very cool! But I wouldn't recommend coming here for training. Maybe I should have taRead more
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You have three days to cancel your booking with no fees if case you change your mind.
You have until 16/12/2019 to pay the remaining balance
Full cost of the course after prepayment deduction must be paid no later than four weeks before the start of the course.School returns money in case of visa rejection.