Los Angeles - California State University Northridge

California State University  Northridge is a major regional university in the area that includes metropolitan Los Angeles.  Los Angeles is the famous capital of the film and  TV industry, and several famous Hollywood studios offer behind-the-scenes tours. The Walk of Fame displays celebrities’ hand- and footprints.

  • Apartments with two twin rooms  – sharing one private bathroom
  • Single bedrooms for Group Leaders
  • Fully-equipped classrooms
  • Spacious dining area
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-fi Internet access
  • 24/7 security and CCTV

6 FULL DAYS (morning-afternoon OR afternoon evening) with private bus to:

  • Beverly Hills (Rodeo Drive, Hollywood, Hollywood & Highlands Shopping Mall, Walk of Fame, Chinese Theatre, Griffith Observatory)
  • San Diego (Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, La Jolla, Gaslamp District)
  • Malibu, Getty Villa
  • Santa Monica (Pier, Third Street Promenade), Venice Beach, Bubba Gump Dinner
  • Camarillo Premium Outlet
  • California Science Center,
  • Los Angeles Tour (Union Station, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles Cathedral, Olivera Street)


4 days/3 nights to Las Vegas (Hotel/Residential Accommodation in multiple rooms) with 2 full days with private bus to:

  • Grand Canyon & Hoover Dam
  • Zion National Park
  • Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas


  • Every evening various walking tours to see:
  • Bellagio Show
  • Mirage Show
  • Caesars Palace, MGM, The Venetian

ANGLO Course

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

Lesson timetable:
9:00 – 10:30 – Lesson 1 (90 mins – QSE course)
9:30 – 10:50 – BREAK
10:50 – 12:20 – Lesson 2:

  • Part A – 45 mins QSE course
  • Part B – 45 mins Project work

We focus on:

  • achieving a high level of student participation and talking time in class to improve student communication skills
  • developing strategies for independent learning that can continue post-course
  • helping students with pronunciation
  • linking classroom learning to the activity and excursion program and, together with the Activity Team, motivating students to practice new language outside the classroom and facilitating situations for doing this through excursion and attraction worksheets, project work on local places or points of interest, drama and literature reflecting American culture and history