English school in
Central London England Embassy English England

Our English school in Central London is in the centre of London close to shops, museums, galleries and nightlife

Why you’ll love Embassy Central London

As part of a university campus, our English school in Central London has facilities of the highest standard. You'll enjoy learning in technology-integrated classrooms, university-style lecture theatres, a spacious computer lab and an on-site library for quiet study.

When you've finished your classes for the day, practise your new English skills whilst enjoying the best of Central London, such as shopping on Oxford Street, lunch in Soho or a visit to one of the many art galleries and museums.

When in Central London…
Visit the famous markets at Brick Lane, Camden and Portobello Road.

Facilities and highlights

  • WiFi-enabled
  • IT suite
  • Interactive whiteboards
  • Café
  • Student lounge
  • Modern, deluxe residence
  • Activities
  • University counselling
  • Close to shops, galleries and restaurants
Central London accommodation example - Mansion Lock bedroom
Cenral London accommodation - Mansion Lock kitchenette
*Although you may not stay in the accommodation pictured, you will stay in accommodation of similar quality.

Student residence

Stay in great self-catering studio in trendy London districts like Camden

Distance from school

15 minutes by London Underground train 

Meals provided



Single and shared options

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Homestay (live with a host family)

Live with an English-speaking host and practise your English every day!

Distance from school

30-60 minutes by public transport

Meals provided

Option of bed and breakfast (7 meals per week) or half-board (14 meals per week)


Single or twin shared rooms available

Note: We use a quality accommodation agency registered with the British Council to provide our homestay accommodation

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Students explore central London by bus, tube and on foot

Local facilities

Nearest bus stop: end of the street (Tottenham Court Road)
Nearest shopping centre: 10 minutes' walk (Oxford Street)
Nearest coffee shop: all around the school
Nearest post office: 10 minutes' walk
Nearest restaurant: all around the school
Nearest park: 10 minutes' walk to Regent's Park

Travelling around the city

Access throughout London is easy. You can catch red London buses (operating 24 hours a day) from Gower Street and Tottenham Court Road.

London Underground trains (commonly called "The Tube") can be caught from several nearby stations, including Goodge Street (Northern Line), Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central Lines), Russell Square (Picadilly Line) and Warren Street (Victoria Line).

London street sign Explore London by bus Underground trains take you Central Londo

Cost of living

Central London can be expensive. However there are cinemas and restaurants which often have discounts. We currently advise that students should budget approximately GB £180.00 per week, which should cover all basic transport, food and entertainment costs.

Sample prices (all in GB £):

Item Price in GB £
A cup of coffee (in a chain like Starbucks) 2.50 - 2.70
Can of Coca Cola 0.70
Big Mac hamburger
Three course meal in a mid-range restaurant From 20.00. Add 10% tip
Cinema ticket Can be up to 18.00
(Tip: Try Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square for less expensive tickets)
Nightclub entrance 6.00 upwards
Taxi 2.40 minimum and 0.60 for each additional minute (approx)
Bus 2.40 per journey or 1.40 with an 'Oyster' card (Oyster cards are travel passes which enable you to travel on London buses, trains and river boats)

We are still preparing our social activities and excursions programme for Central London. The list below represents some of the popular areas and activities within two hours of this centre:

Popular trips from Central London:

  • Brighton & Hove - colourful and lively seaside city with great boutique shopping
  • Windsor Castle - the oldest of the Queen's official residences; and the largest occupied castle in the world
  • Bath - an historic city named after the famous Roman Baths at the city's centre
  • Stonehenge - England's famous ancient monument, older than Egypt's pyramids

No two weeks are ever the same, but here's an idea of what to expect:

  • Cruise on the River Thames
  • Shopping trips
  • London Eye Ferris Wheel
  • Bowling
  • Cinema
  • Clubs (21 and over)
  • Museums and art galleries
Brighton - The Royal Pavilion Windsor Castle Historic Roman Baths at Bath England Note: There are a number of activities available. Where there is a cost, this will usually be between £5 and £10 for local activities.
Weekend trips and other excursions are available as well, rates vary depending on destination, please enquire in centre for more details.

Finding our school:

From Goodge Street Underground Station (3 minute walk): Exit the station on to Tottenham Court Road; cross over the road, walk south for 150 metres; then turn left into Store Street. Walk 100 meters and the entrance to the centre is on your left, at "The University of Law".

From Tottenham Court Road Underground Station (6 minute walk): take the north exit for Tottenham Court Road; walk north for 250 metres; then turn left into Store Street. Walk 100 meters and the entrance to the school is on your left.

Centre Director:

Eleanor Maly


Embassy English Central London,
at The University of Law,
14 Store Street
London WC1E 7DE
Tel: +44 20 3772 7500


Educational Oversight 2015

Minimum student age:

18 years old.

For enquiries and bookings, call:

+1 857 362-8976

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