Our Eastbourne centre is based at the University of Brighton’s Hillbrow campus just outside Eastbourne. The campus is situated on the side of a hill which overlooks the town of Eastbourne and its beautiful coastline, which makes it one of the most popular seaside resorts in the South of England.

The campus is located in a quiet residential area only 10-minutes on foot from the beach.

  • Single en-suite study bedrooms
  • Indoor and outdoor sports areas
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Fully-equipped classrooms
  • Spacious dining area with a Costa Cafe counter
  • Purpose-built secure student accommodation blocks
  • 24/7 security CCTV
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet access

Full-day excursions may include: London (x2),Canterbury

Half-day excursions may include: Eastbourne + beaches, Beachy Head, Leeds Castle, Brighton


  • Canterbury Cathedral
  • Leeds Castle
  • Royal Pavilion
  • Original Bus Sightseeing


  • 17.5 hours tuition per full week
  • Personal copy of QSE course book
  • Online placement test – Students assigned to their levels and groups before arrival


• 80 mins – QSE Course
• 80 mins – QSE Course
• 50 mins – Project Work

ANGLO+ out of class learning sessions: ( Sample):

Session 1 – Local visits – students interact with English speakers to learn about local life and culture
Session 2 – Public debate and speaking – students discuss current topics with guest speakers
Session 3 – University life – students interview university staff and produce a promotional video
Session 4 – British heritage workshops – students research and present one of local traditions

In total 4 Sessions of 3.5 hours each led by a team of 1 teacher and 1 activity leader


To increase students knowledge of life and culture in the UK and Ireland, through use of English Language

Sample activity in Eastbourne centre

CULTURAL VISIT – Towner Gallery:

Student Led Quiz Competition, by creating their own quiz whilst visiting the gallery.
The Towner Gallery is an award-winning contemporary art gallery and museum for South East England.



• 80 mins – English for work:  Language Study
• 80 mins – English for work : Topic of the Day
• 50 mins – Presentation Work


Session 1 – Conferences and interactive workshops – Guests Speakers
Session 2 – Tour of local company
Session 3 – University and work experience – Volunteer projects
Session 4 – ASL Research and Blog: Interviews & Surveys

4 Sessions of 3.5 hours each led by a team of 1 teacher and 1 activity leader

ASL Course Aims:

Students will learn how to communicate confidently and effectively by using English in a variety of work situations
Students will learn how to successfully apply for jobs and make a work related phone calls
Students will learn the rules and regulations in the modern workplace
Students will practise to take Trinity SEW Examination

TRINITY SEW EXAMINATION ( not included in the standard package):

Trinity’s Spoken English for Work (SEW) exams provide a reliable and valid scheme of assessment that measures progress and development of English language use in a work context.
Exam Levels: B1, B2, B2+ and C1
The certificate states the level of pass as follows:
◗ Distinction
◗ Merit
◗ Pass