Study in London

Good points of having a homestay in the UK
We often hear that a number of people would like to experience a homestay, while studying at a language school. Why do people hope to have a homestay particularly in the UK, despite the fact that homestays are not so common in other countries? English of course originates in the British Isles, not in the US, Australia, New Zealand or Canada. English has spread from the UK throughout the English speaking world and has now become the lingua franca (common language for commerce and global communication) of the world. Now English as a universal language attracts students to study in the UK as it has an ideal environment for studying English, and learning and experiencing Britain’s unique and long history. You can find a lot of historical architecture, dotted all over the the British Isles. Because the culture is completely different from so many others you may learn the difference of the culture and customs through the experience of a homestay.
Homestays from language schools
Language schools can offer to find your homestay places around the school. In some cases you may have international roommates. Every school will ask you about with or without children, pets, smorking, and food allergy in advance. It’s important that you claim your hope as they would arrange as close as the students’ demand. You also have some other choises but we recommend you to have counseling or call us in advance in order not have miscommunication with the school.

How to choose your Homestay
The best point of homestays is that you can experience the local English, culture, and lifestyle. However, the situation of homestays in the UK, depends on the area, is sometimes different from the general image which students from overseas may have. Homestay environments can vary tremendously, such as family composition, size of house, roommate, or pets. As students may have difficulty arranging suitable, safe and quality homestays, our company offers you helpful counseling (click for counselling) and useful information, considering your request and hope.
Attractions, museums and galleries

Museum of London

Explore the fascinating story of London, from pre-historic times to the present day

Keats House

Visit Keats House, the Regency home of the poet John Keats


Climb the 311 steps to the top of the Monument, built to commemorate the Great Fire of 1666

Clockmakers’ Museum

Take a look round this small museum, based at Guildhall

Museum of London Docklands

Uncover the story of London’s river, port and people at this museum at Canary Wharf

Tower Bridge Exhibition

Head to the stunning Tower Bridge for spectacular views and an exhibition on this famous London landmark

Guildhall Art Gallery and London’s Roman Amphitheatre

Discover artworks from 1670 to the present, and step into the ruins of London’s Roman Amphitheatre

More visitor attractions

From major attractions such as St Paul’s to small, independent museums like Dr Johnson’s House, there’s loads more to see and do in the City

Barbican Centre

Visit the world-famous Barbican Centre for its high-profile Gallery exhibitions and free shows in the Curve space, cinema screens, theatre and concert hall

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