English Summer School

English Summer School

Our English summer school provides students with an exciting opportunity to travel to London, England, a historic and beautiful city. It’s not just about the travelling experience but also an opportunity to improve one’s English proficiency and learn new skills that lasts a lifetime.

Join our two-week program filled with vibrant activities, captivating tours, and interactive lessons led by experienced instructors. Designed to be educational and enjoyable, students can bond, have fun, and create lifelong connections through group outings, sports, workshops, and more. Experience an unforgettable summer school journey with us.


Travel Information

Our college is  in Woolwich, London near the famous River Thames . A place of historical importance as the home of the Royal Arsenal and its contribution to British military and industrial development. It is part of Greenwich borough, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its landmarks including the Greenwich Meridian, Royal Observatory, and maritime history.

Woolwich boasts excellent connectivity through a range of transportation options. South-eastern trains and Thames Clippers riverboat services offer efficient travel to central London, while the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) provides convenient links to destinations like London City Airport. Moreover, Woolwich will benefit from the direct connection provided by the Crossrail, Elizabeth Line to Heathrow Airport, which ranks among the busiest airports globally.

Add to your bucket list:

  • Churchill’s War Rooms
  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour; The Making of Harry Potter
  • Madame Tussadus
  • London Dungeon

  • Sea Life Aquarium

  • Shrek’s Adventure

About The Programme

Students will be packed with activities and places to travel to including:

British history and culture – Tours to National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House, British Museum and the Natural History Museum.

University visit – You will have opportunity to visit our partner universities; Leeds Beckett University and University of the West of England.

Exploring London – Westminster, City of London, West End, etc. Bring your camera along to take pictures of Big Ben, London Eye, Shard, Tower Bridge, etc.

Music – Visit to Camden, the British home of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Regents Park and Little Venice.

Art & Food – Visit one of the top galleries in the world for art and also  try some of the best British delicacies at Shoreditch.

Science Museums – Interactive experience where you can also perform experiments.

Sports – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tour

Visits to Hyde Park, Brighton beach, the O2, etc.

Course Duration

2 Weeks 

Start Date

Summer 2024

Mode of Delivery


Package Starts 

£3,500 to £5,000

Although this is not an accredited qualification you will receive an in house certificate upon the successful completion of the English Language course.

Enhance Your Skills

Language Proficiency

Enhance language skills through immersive lessons, improving speaking, listening, reading, writing, vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation.

Intercultural Communication

Strengthen communication in diverse environments, navigating cultural differences, adapting to varied styles, and fostering meaningful connection.

Cultural Awareness

Cultivate cultural awareness and appreciation, gaining insights into global issues, diversity, and intercultural understanding.

Adaptability and Resilience

Develop adaptability and resilience in a new learning environment, embracing challenges, managing change, and immersing in different cultures.

Networking and Relationship

Connect with peers, instructors, and professionals in summer school. Build and maintain relationships to support future academic and career goals.

Presentation Skills

Boost public speaking confidence. Learn how to structure and deliver engaging presentations, effectively communicate ideas, and respond to questions and feedback.

Leadership Skills

Taking initiatives on roles within group projects or extracurricular activities. Develop skills such as decision-making, delegation, communication, and motivating others.

Accommodation in Partnership with Hosts International

‘’Hosts International meets the standards for registration with the British Council as a provider of homestay, private home and independent self-catering accommodation for adults and under-18s for accredited providers in the UK”.

Types of Accommodation


Living with a homestay is an unforgettable experience that helps students avoid cultural shock and slowly integrates and teaches them about the British culture. It has been proven that students’ welfare greatly affects their grades and ability to focus.  Our homestays are not only there to cook and provide a roof above students heads but also to interact with them, help improve their English skills and, most importantly, make them feel at home.

House Share

If students wish to have a slightly more independent lifestyle and cater for themselves, we are happy to accommodate them in outstanding house shares that are located in central London where students would be sharing their experience with other international students.

  • Prices for homestay range from £170.00 – £230.00 per week


For more information on the services we provide please contact the college.

Timetable Week: 1
Morning Afternoon Evening
Day 1 Arrivals – Meet & greet Pick up – hotel check-in Free time – Freshen up Lunch – (TBC) Travel – Woolwich Town Centre, Greenwich park, National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 2 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – The British Museum (Open Hours 9:00AM to 5:00PM & last entry 4PM), National History Museum (Open Hours 9:00AM to 5:50PM & last entry 5:30PM)) Hotel – Freshen up Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 3 Breakfast – Hotel Travel – The University of the West of England Lunch – (TBC) Activity – Day at University Hotel – Freshen up Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 4 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – Westminster, City of London, West End Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 5 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – Camden, Regent Park, Little Venice Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 6 Breakfast – Hotel
Day 7 Breakfast – Hotel
Timetable Week: 2
Day 8 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – Tate Modem, National Art Gallery Travel – Shoreditch street art Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 9 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – South Kensington Science Museum Travel – Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 10 Breakfast – Hotel Travel – Brighton (Pick up by coach) Lunch – (TBC) Activity – Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, viewing seafront, Brighton Palace Pier attraction amusement park at your own expenses Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 11 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, visit other attractions at your own expenses Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 12 Breakfast – Hotel Classes – 9:00AM to 12:00PM Lunch – (TBC) Travel – Westfield at Stratford and enjoy shopping Dinner – (TBC) Overnight – London hotel
Day 13 Breakfast – Hotel
Day 14 Breakfast – Hotel Check out – Hotel Travel – Airport

Visa Information

If you are travelling to the UK from outside the ‘EU’ (European Union) to study as a student, you will need a visa. The Woolwich College ‘TWC’ is accredited by the UKVI- recognised Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC).

Standard Visitor Visa for up to 6 months: Any visitor coming to the UK can study English for up to 6 months without any visa supporting documentation. If you wish ‘TWC’ to provide supporting visa documentation for study, please contact us.

Short Term Study Visa for up to 11 months:
‘TWC’ will prepare the letter for your UKVI visa application. On receipt of fees for the study period, we shall provide the signed and stamped ‘letter of confirmation’ of studies in support of your visa.

To find out whether you need a visa to study in the UK, check:

For details of this type of accreditation see Home Office web links:


To find a visa application centre in your country, check: