British Study Centres has its roots in distance learning courses from the 1930s onwards (a precursor to the Open University which grew up in the 1960s), branching off from its sister company West London College which offers further and higher education courses in 1996. The first school was opened in Oxford, and after a location move in 2008 now occupies the four-floor building of Oxenford House in the centre of the town. In 2002 the second college was opened in Brighton, and in 2004 a third school opened in Marylebone, central London. A fourth school opened in Bournemouth in May 2010 as well as a specialist teacher training facility in central Oxford which opened later that year. The college’s head office moved from Hannah House to Duke Street, opposite Selfridges and adjoining Oxford Street, in early 2010.
The schools offer full-time courses in the following subjects for adults: general English, academic English, business English and exam preparation for IELTS, TOEIC / TOEFL, BULATS and Cambridge FCE and CAE. The adult courses are offered in Bournemouth, Brighton, London and Oxford.
Online English Courses