The UK’s summer schools are excited to welcome international young learners back to their centres for summer 2022.
Young learners will build confidence communicating in English and make new friends from around the world. What better way is there to spend a summer?
As English language classes and activity programmes commence, let’s see what young learner students have been up to so far…
Getting in touch with nature in the English countryside:
A journey through rock and roll history at the Beatles Story in Liverpool:
Surf lessons in Jersey (one of the Channel Islands):
Conquering Edinburgh Castle in Scotland, one of the oldest fortified places in Europe:
Splashing about on the river – punting on the river in Cambridge:
A safe and supported experience in the UK for under 18s
The UK is a world leader in safeguarding young learners. Language centres ensure that young learners are supervised by trained staff at all times during their stay in the UK: in the classroom, at their accommodation, during organised activities, and during the students’ free time.
When language centres are accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English they are inspected to ensure they have robust safeguarding procedures to ensure the wellbeing and protection of all children and teenagers under 18 years old. Read more about how English language schools care for young learners.
Travelling to the UK is easy
And remember, travelling is easy now that there are no travel restrictions to come to the UK. Find out more about UK travel.
Do you know someone who wants to study English in the UK soon?
We have lots of information to help you plan the trip.
Many students can study a short course in the UK without needing to apply for a visa before travel. Visit our visa information page to find out who needs a visa to study in the UK.
Not sure what course to choose? Find out about UK study options.