Intensive English courses

Craftsmanship in education: constant proximity to tutors in an environment of academia

At the School of English Studies,  students are taught in very small class sizes which creates a collaborative training environment with constant proximity to tutors.  This close tutorship feeds students’ curiosity and inspires them in the creation of their bi-lingual identity.

The very small class sizes allow us to focus on each student’s own intelligences and give extra coaching where needed.  This creates a safe environment for experiment and creativity which gives the student the optimum conditions for the achievement of academic progress and for the development of a personal language style.  The school environment promotes discussion and inquiry which stimulates critical thinking and illuminates ideas.

Our students are motivated, open-minded and are in pursuit of extending their international horizons for either academic or professional purposes.  Programmes deliver a depth of language skill and a breadth of cultural awareness which gives learners a cosmopolitan perspective and a natural flair for international connectivity.


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Daria is an aspiring medic from Switzerland who joined us on the Octorial Programme

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The Economic History of the World

July 5, 2017

Studying economics is vital in the modern world because political decisions often concern economic matters, and government decisions are influenced by economic events. World history can be illustrated through a series of economic markers, from the most primitive exchange of goods, to the current day international trade market.

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