London Language Schools

Our carefully selected language school in London is centrally located within short walking distance of Tottenham Court Road tube station.

Clients have a spacious learning environment in a contemporary design building with well-equipped rooms and modern facilities, which include:

  • a fully-equipped auditorium available for lessons and mock business presentations
  • a coffee lounge where students can read The Economist and Time Out London
  • a computer room equipped with the latest flat screen computers and high-speed internet & WIFI access
  • a digital video camera for presentation practise
  • MP3 players for all tutors to ensure they are equipped with up-to-date digital material and podcasts

London is one of the largest, most cosmopolitan cities in the world; where could be better to learn English than in London?  For diplomacy and law, the location is perfect.  With the Law Courts in the Strand and just about every embassy a short walk away, a few stops on the underground or short taxi hop; the London centre is the perfect location.  And location matters, want more reasons?  Read on…


As a diplomat, proximity to your embassy for business and/ or social reasons is essential.  The training facility is perfectly situated for you.


The Royal Courts of Justice (Law courts) are in the Strand (nearest underground Embankment ) and the Magic Circle (the five top law firms in London) are close by (see table below).

The location of the Training facility is covered by the following underground stations:
Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Street and Goodge Street.

 Magic Circle Law Firms

Law firm Address Underground
Allen & Overy 1-10 Bishops Square
London, E1 6AD
Liverpool Street
Five stops from Tottenham Court Road on the Central line.
Freshfields, Bruckhaus Deringer 65 Fleet Street
London EC4Y 1HT
Five stops from Tottenham Court Road,  Northern line change at Embankment.
Linklaters One Silk Street
London, EC2Y 8HQ
Barbican or Moorgate
Five stops from Tottenham Court Road change at Bank.
Clifford Chance 10 Upper Bank Street
London, E14 5JJ
Canary Wharf
Eight stops from Tottenham Court Road. Change at Bank and London Bridge.
Slaughter and May 1 Bunhill Row
London, EC1Y 8YY
Fiver stops from Tottenham Court Road change at Bank.

Business English

The City and the West End are right at hand.

Historical sights and landmarks

London is home to a wealth of internationally recognised historical sights and landmarks: from Buckingham Palace, to the Houses of Parliament, to the London Eye, to Trafalgar Square – you will never be short of something to do in London. To be sure you cover all the main sights that London has to offer, we organise regular sightseeing trips all included within the course price.

Museums and galleries

There are many world class museums and art galleries in London, catering for a wide range of interests. Our top recommendations include the Natural History Museum for science buffs, the Victoria and Albert (or simply the “V&A”) Museum for those wanting a unique insight into British culture, and the Tate Gallery of Modern Art for those with an interest in modern art.


During your stay in London, why not catch a show in the world-famous West End theatre district? This area is home to a wide variety of shows and musicals to suit all tastes. Alternatively, sports enthusiasts may wish to see a football or rugby match hosted at Wembley, Twickenham or one of the London-based clubs such as Chelsea or Arsenal.

London is also renowned for its world class shopping, including famous department stores, Harrods and Selfridges and exclusive shopping areas, Bond Street and Knightsbridge. In addition, London now boasts Europe’s largest inner city shopping mall, Westfield. With the weak British pound, now could be an ideal time to indulge in some guilt-free spending!

Eating Out

London has a vast array of cafés and restaurants catering for a range of budgets and serving just about every type of cuisine imaginable. During your trip to London, why not take the opportunity to sample some traditional British food, such as fish and chips, sausage and mash or steak and kidney pie? Two of our favourite British dining establishments are Browns restaurant in Covent Garden and the Sausage and Mash café in Angel.

Going Out

Whatever your taste when it comes to a night out, London will be able to cater for your needs. From traditional English pubs serving real British ale and hearty pub grub (food), to chic and contemporary wine bars, to the latest happening nightclubs, London has it all. Our favourites include Mahiki and Whiskey Mist (favourite haunts of Princes William and Harry) for an exclusive night out in the West End and The Atlas in Fulham for a traditional British pub experience.