Did you know that for less than £9 per hour you can improve your English in the heart of Edinburgh and get ahead your career?
This new format has been designed for people with a busy schedule. Our exclusive Business English Evening Courses are designed for those who wish to improve their English language skills for use in a professional context and covers the following aspects:
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Communicate confidently in English
Deliver clear and effective presentations
Participate in meetings and negotiations on equal terms and be able to influence, persuade, compromise and be assertive
Communicate with a high level of grammatical accuracy and vocabulary
Extract all relevant information from written text
Deal with telephone calls and video conferences effectively
Deal with intercultural and social situations
Discuss current affairs and business topics
The course will last from 5 to 8 weeks* in a small group of 3 to 10 students.
Length of the term:
5-week course with 3 people in the group
6-week course with 4 people in the group
8-week course with 5 to 10 people in the group
Lessons will take place once a week (Tuesdays or Thursdays) from 18.00 to 20.00.
Start date: Tuesday 4th of June, Thursday 6th of June, Tuesday 27th of August, Thursday 29th of August, Tuesday 29th of October or Thursday 31st of October.
taking place between the 5th November 2019 and 1st March 2020.
STUDY IN THE HEART OF EDINBURGH
We think that the winter time is another great time to study English in Edinburgh. Don’t miss your chance to learn English for less this winter. You will be studying in the heart of the city on Edinburgh’s vibrant Shandwick Place which provides you with an amazing opportunity to study English in the capital whilst being part of the city’s world-famous culture.
Study more, pay less! Improve your English while enjoying the most magical time of the year. During the winter months in Edinburgh, you will have not only the possibility to experience seasonal events but also the opportunity to re-discover the city from a new point of view. From the Christmas market featuring a packed calendar of events, attractions, and festive markets to New Year’s Day. The celebrations continue as Edinburgh’s Hogmanay shows the world how to party over three days with spectacular entertainment, incredible bands and amazing crowds from every corner of the globe.
WHAT ABOUT THE WEATHER?
Generally speaking, the weather in Edinburgh is at its coldest in January and February, with the minimum mean temperature averaging roughly 1.5°C. It can be gusty at times and we do occasionally get snow which makes the city look even more magical – so have your camera at the ready!
Dont’ miss your chance Learn English for less this Winter
We think that the winter time is the perfect time to study English in Edinburgh. You will be studying in the heart of the city on Edinburgh’s vibrant Shandwick Place which provides you with an amazing opportunity to study English in the capital whilst being part of the city’s world-famous culture.
Did you know that Edinburgh is one of the best places around the globe to see cherry blossoms?
Japan is the biggest name in the cherry blossom game, but you can also see these beautiful pink (or white) flowers in Edinburgh. Blooming times vary year-to-year, usually between the beginning of April and mid-May.
Edinburgh’s already a magnificent city all year round, but spring brings with it the heavenly scent of cherry blossoms in The Meadows. In this massive public park, the walkways are lined with cherry trees, creating a whimsical floral tunnel.
Here are a few of the best places in Edinburgh to admire mother nature doing her show:
The Meadows is for everyone, a walk, a run, a sit down, play football, walk the dog, barbecue, play guitar etc
Nothing more fantastic than the lush green grass with the pink and purple cherry blossom, sunshine and 20++ degrees, must do, see and live in Edinburgh!
Easter weekend in Edinburgh is always packed full of activities and fun days out, with special events taking place around the city. Along with the traditions of eating hot cross buns and exchanging chocolate eggs, there is plenty of choices if you’re looking for something fun to do this Easter…
The longer days give you hours and hours of playtime during your Easter holiday in Scotland. At this very special time of year, you could get some last-minute skiing done – if the snow has held on the mountains – and the next day smell the fragrance of the new spring flowers in a blossoming garden.
There are plenty of family activities to get stuck into too, from short walks that are ideal for all the family to top attractions that kids will love too. We’ve selected nice things to do this year:
The Maid of the Forth’s first oversea crossings from South Queensferry to Inchcolm Island will begin on Good Friday (4th April) this year. The island is home to an abundance of wildlife, two beautiful beaches and Inchcolm Abbey, which dates back to the 12th Century.
Edinburgh International Science Festival
The Science Festival will return in 6–21 April 2019 with the theme of Frontiers.
Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings, the 2019 Festival theme is Frontiers, exploring the boundaries of knowledge and the spirit of adventure and enquiry that drives science, technology, engineering and maths. Within this theme, specific areas of focus will include Healthcare Frontiers, Engineering Frontiers, Digital Frontiers, Environmental Frontiers and Planetary Frontiers. They provide a platform for some of the brightest minds in science, technology and engineering to share big and exciting ideas from the cutting-edge of their research domains.
The stately home on Hopetoun Estate will re-open in time for the Easter weekend and offer activities such as clay pigeon shooting and an Easter exhibition featuring work by six local artists.
Family Easter Fun Sunday 21st April
Drop in anytime between 12 and 4pm and take part in Hopetouns’ Easter activities. Try the trail, find hidden treasure and make some Easter Crafts. Fun for all the family! Suitable for all ages and abilities.
Cost: Grounds entry fee £4.75 adult £2.95 child – No need to book!
Join the annual family Easter event at Lauriston Castle which kicks off our 2019 events programme. There will be trails, games, crafts as well as lots of chocolate treats! Of course, there will be our annual egg and spoon race.
The Georgian House is hosting a special Easter Egg hunt for the whole family. The event has been specially designed to feature the sights of early spring and nature-themed clues will be left by the Easter bunny. Only those who are able to become proper nature detectives will finish the day with a yummy chocolate treat.
Easter Bunny Breakfast at Dobbies
This event is suited to families with children aged 12 years and under. To relax and fully enjoy the experience families will be seated and served at their own table. Easter Bunny Breakfast costs £8.99 per child and adult prices start from £6.99, from Friday 19th April until Monday 22nd April*, 9:00am-10:30am. Here is what you can expect on the day as part of the experience:
Spring is here and it is a fantastic time to see this city at its best. The sun is shining, trees and flowers are blooming … but … we think that it’s even better with a last minute offer. This May we’ll scrap the booking fee in an offer worth £50.
Book an English course taking place between the 1st and the end of May and get the booking fee away!*
Brush up your English skills before the summer by signing up to one of our intensive English courses. Enjoy the best Edinburgh has to offer in low season and practise your English in small groups of no more than 10 students!
*To take advantage of this offer please quote “InlinguaMay2019” when booking.
Terms & conditions:
Offer valid on English Half Day Group and English Half Day Group + afternoon courses only
Courses must start in May 2019
Discount cannot be applied in conjunction with any other offer