GUILDFORD - UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
Welcome to Guildford
Accommodation is in single en-suite study bedrooms.
3 meals a day served in a modern dining area. Packed lunch on weekend excursions.
Self-contained campus with lots of green spaces, several coffee shops, a supermarket, a ATM machine and within walking distance of the town centre.
2 Weeks in Guildford
Our language and leisure programme has been designed to give you an integrated learning experience. Each day is made up of a combination of engaging classroom-based English language lessons, workshops, activities and excursions. All this gives you the opportunity to acquire new language and practice your communication skills with English-speakers.
Learning and Culture
3.5 hours each weekday
4 sessions per 2-week stay
Activities and Excursions
Guildford is the county town for Surrey. It’s a small vibrant town with its own special character. You will be able to explore the castle, the cathedral and the cobbled streets and alley ways with their boutiques and coffee shops.
Guildford is also an ideal base for exploring London. The train station is a 10-minute walk from the campus and you can be in the centre of London in half an hour.
The Anglo programme includes several half-day trips into the city with a visit to the museums and walking tours through some of the most popular parts of the city.
At the weekend, you can spend a full day in London, with the chance to do a river cruise to Greenwich too. There is also a full-day excursion to Kensington Palace and Brighton.
Travel is by train or private coach. In the evenings, there’s the opportunity to participate in talent shows, find new friends in speed dating, play bingo, test your knowledge in the weekly quiz and show off your dance moves at the disco.
Caring and Attentive Teachers and Staff
Our summer team have been selected for their experience in and suitability for working with young people.
Anglo centre mangers are responsible for ensuring the smooth-running of the programme and most have had many years of experience on summer courses.
Quite a few of our teaching staff have worked with us for several summers as well, and have been involved in developing the syllabus by contributing ideas they have tried and tested at centre.
We are also proud that many of our activity team are returners and that some move into management positions, using their experience to make the programme better and safer each year.