This winter study English in Edinburgh for less with 20% off!

This winter study English in Edinburgh for less with 20% off!

We think that the winter time is the perfect time to study English in Edinburgh. We are delighted to offer you a discount of 20% off tuition for any daytime English course taking place between the 5th November 2018 and 1st March 2019.

Don’t miss your chance to learn English with this fantastic English language course offer. 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.

Terms & conditions:

  1. Offer valid on all our daytime English courses.
  2. Courses must take place before the 1st of March 2019.
  3. Students may continue their course after the end at which point the standard tuition rate will apply.
  4. Discount can not be applied in conjunction with any other offer.
  5. This offer is not available on the Erasmus+ programmes.
  6. Offer valid for tuition only (not accommodation).
  7. We cannot backdate any bookings already made for the above period.
  8. Offer not valid on courses already booked.
  9. Our usual terms & conditions apply.

Study more, pay less!

Improve your English in a relaxed yet professional atmosphere. Our school is located in the heart of Edinburgh with many museums, restaurants, cafés and attractions very close by. We organise weekly activities: walking tours with a professional guide, museums with a teacher, Scottish dancing nights, traditional pub nights and much more.

English is best learned in beautiful Scotland, where English is spoken as the native language. Whether learning vocabulary, seeking to better understand the grammar or improving pronunciation to idioms in everyday life – learn English abroad makes practice easier and makes learning fun.

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!

We can arrange accommodation, airport transfers, courses and course materials so you can just relax and have fun!

 

Why in winter? 

Christmas in Edinburgh is one of the highlights of the winter season, featuring a packed calendar of events, attractions and festive markets. 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!

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 to New Year’s day, Edinburgh has so many different things to do, you will surely find something you love…

Check out our blog post to convince you: 

 

Why Winter is the Perfect Time to Visit Edinburgh

Our new brochure 2019 has just arrived on the shelf

Our new brochure 2019 has just arrived on the shelf

Featuring exciting courses and new activities the new brochure 2019 will introduce you to YOUR language school. This brochure will also provide information about our school, our social programme, our packages and new prices. It is designed to assist in your application. The brochure is not just a detailed list of our service range, but also an insight into our school and why inlingua Edinburgh is the best option in Edinburgh to learn a new language. Your success is as important to us as it is to you.

 

You can download a PDF version here

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To request a hard copy, please email your contact details to loic@inlingua-edinburgh.co.uk

Or simply fill out the online form below to receive your brochure in print.

CheeseFest Edinburgh: two days for cheese lovers!

CheeseFest Edinburgh: two days for cheese lovers!

The UK’s biggest touring cheese festival heading to Edinburgh again!

Foodies will be able to taste some of the finest produce being offered by UK traders

Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th November 2018

From traditional cheeses to Mozzarella sticks, halloumi fries and the most amazing mac and cheese expect to learn about all types of cheese, wines and the best beers that go along with those cheeses at a day that will melt you into a deep love of all things cheese.

This year’s festival, held at the Corn Exchange, was initially set to run on the Saturday only – but a surge in the demand for tickets has resulted in the Sunday extension. This will be the second time that Cheese Fest has come to the capital, and there will be a host of brand new cookery demonstrations taking place throughout the day. Among those showcasing their skills will be Sean Wilson, an award-winning cheese maker.

The CheeseFest 2018 will bring even more vendors and brand new to Edinburgh …

  • Cooking Demonstrations
  • Live bands and music all day
  • Outdoor hot food arena and food market open all day
  • Over 150 different types of cheese

Corn Exchange, Edinburgh, EH14 1RJ
Register for Tickets here >> Cheesefestuk.com/edinburgh

 

Edinburgh has been deemed the safest city in the UK

Edinburgh has been deemed the safest city in the UK

Edinburgh has been deemed the safest city in the UK, according to new research.

Nearly 90 per cent of people in the Scottish capital feel safe, with just 16 per cent experiencing crime.

And it was also found 82 per cent of those living in Edinburgh would recommend their home as somewhere safe to live. The statistics emerged in a study to mark the launch of new true crime docu-series Murdertown on Crime + Investigation.

It also emerged just 56 per cent of those living in Birmingham would recommend their home as somewhere safe to live. Researchers found Bristol also appear among the top five safest cities, closely followed by Brighton and Hove, with Southampton and Cambridge completing the top five.

Leicester took second place for the cities residents feel the least safe in, followed by Manchester, London and Sheffield.

Read more here

Scotland is Diverse

Scotland is Diverse

 

One of Scotland’s most famous attributes is its world-renowned reputation for providing a warm and open welcome to everyone who comes here. Whether it’s the many people who choose to live here permanently or the millions who visit Scotland each and every year, you’re sure to hear many stories of the genuine friendliness of the Scottish people.

Today in Scotland, more than 170 different languages are spoken – from Punjabi to Polish, and Cantonese to Gaelic. All these different people contribute to making Scotland a great place to live, work, study, visit or do business in!

Our diversity is something that we’re incredibly proud of and we continue to make great strides in ensuring Scotland is open to everyone. Whether it’s the thousands of refugees we’ve welcomed with open arms or the fact that we rank as one of the best countries in Europe for LGBTQI+ rights and equality, Scotland truly is a melting pot of inclusivity.