London, Studying and Socializing

London, March 18, 2010: International students studying English in London are keepers of one of England’s best kept secrets: this metropolis is the perfect place to explore the language and culture. This is principally because a city like London boasts multitudes of people from diverse backgrounds: the international student not only then experiences traditional England but also the wonderful migrant populations within its boundaries.

Whether you find yourself browsing the numerous open markets – Portobello, Spitalfields, Burrow, and Brick lane – or are enjoying plays in the West End, life in London is never dull.

Malvern House’s social blog is the perfect tool for the new international student. Having just flown in from all over the globe, oftentimes students are overwhelmed with the city when they first arrive. The Malvern House blog is an up-to-date guide to the school’s social activities which range from clubbing to museum trips.

Moving to a new place can and often is a stressful event. It can result in students feeling isolated and without a place. Malvern House seeks to help students overcome these issues through social events.

These events are designed for new and international students who appreciate a guided tour to social life in London. Here students can network together and help each other work through the issues of being in a new place. More importantly, these events are not solely education-based, they also are social occasion that can take place is bars and clubs.

Learning a second language is not just about studying. Obviously the work done in the classroom is important but, more than that, social events allow the student to practice the skills that Malvern House provides through its courses.

The courses offered at Malvern House provide instruction for a broad range of skill levels, thus giving their students both a fantastic classroom and social experience.

Internet searching the phrases “English schools London” or “language schools London” does result in a myriad variety of schools. Most offer good courses, but few make the same effort when it comes to creating a well-rounded experience for their students. It doesn’t take more than a quick glance over their websites to make the distinction between other English language schools and Malvern House clear.  For Malvern House language is more than a classroom exercise.

Watching for strong academic programs, social events and a good supportive staff can help the international student sort through schools. By these standards, Malvern House’s program demands the attention of the prospective student because it provides all of the above qualifications while locating itself in one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world.

Malvern House College is an independent English language college established in 2000. Malvern House was accredited by the British Council in 2003 and has since had a competitive quality edge over other language providers in the market place.