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Welcome to inlingua Edinburgh!
We are a language centre based in the heart of the beautiful and historic capital of Scotland. We offer a personalised approach to language learning with small class sizes of no more than 10 students in group lessons. We provide courses to suit every language level from beginner to advanced, with a range of options available, including General English, Professional Business English, Exam Preparation and Foreign Language Training. Please note that the minimum age for English courses is 18.
An Accredited School
Inlingua Edinburgh is British Council accredited and an English UK member, meaning that our teaching team and courses are recognised as being of the highest standard. We have a strong international reputation for providing high quality English language courses in a warm and professional atmosphere.
Happy Students since 2004
Cups of coffee in 2016
Your choice for quality
Why choose inlingua Edinburgh?
We believe that Edinburgh is the best place to study English in the UK and our students seem to agree. For those of you who still need some convincing, check out some of these reasons below.
Accommodation, transport, books, a new language…. if you’re coming to learn English in Edinburgh there is a lot to organise. inlingua Edinburgh is an English language school that prides itself on personal service, and we are pleased to help our students in whatever way we can to make their stay as enjoyable and productive as possible.
Small class sizes with a maximum of 10 per class
inlingua international recognised teaching method and materials
British Council accredited since 2010 and English UK member
We rotate our English teachers to give you real-life experience while studying English
Teachers are qualified and experienced native speakers
Cultural activities: art exhibitions, film nights, scottish dance initiations, whisky tastings
Free high-speed Wi-Fi access
Free coffee and tea!
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40 Shandwick Place
Edinburgh, EH2 4RT, UK
+44 (0)131 220 5119
Monday 9am – 8pm
Tuesday 9am – 8pm
Wednesday 9am – 8pm
Thursday 9am – 8pm
Friday 9am – 5.30pm