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Come to Birmingham

Birmingham is a modern, vibrant city in the heart of the UK. It is an ideal location to learn English, giving you the chance to live and study in a truly multicultural setting.

Birmingham is the second biggest city in the UK and while it offers services, venues and cultural opportunities equal to any large European city, you will find living expenses much cheaper than in London. There is a wide variety of museums, theatres and music venues as well as thriving nightlife, world-class sports events and venues and excellent shopping facilities.

Birmingham has unrivalled transport links with the rest of the UK. London is only 90 minutes away by train and major tourist destinations like Stratford-upon-Avon (the birthplace of William Shakespeare) and the beautiful English countryside of the Cotswolds are both less than one hour away. Birmingham International Airport with flights to destinations all over Europe is a ten-minute train journey from the city centre.

The centre is located in Centenary Square in the City Centre, next to the Birmingham Repertory Theatre (The REP) and close to other important cultural venues including The International Convention Centre, Symphony Hall, the Barclaycard Indoor Arena, the Town Hall and Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

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