Due to very high demand we have decided to launch daytime language courses. The new term will start in March 2018. The lessons will take place once per week from 9:30 am to 11am for beginners. You will be able to choose from:
- Gaelic (Thursday)
- German (Wednesday)
- Italian (Friday)
- Japanese (Tuesday)
- Russian (Thursday)
- Spanish (Monday)
How much is it?
The full cost is £180 per term (£15 per lesson including all course materials (book and CD for beginners) and refreshments.
Why choose us?
Our language centre is centrally located in Edinburgh’s West End and has a relaxed yet professional atmosphere for an enjoyable learning experience. inlingua’s world-renowned teaching method was established in 1968 and has been proven to get results time and time again. We offer lessons in small groups (max. 10 per class). Our qualified teachers are all native speakers of the target language. We make sure you will have a lot of speaking practice. We offer classes for all abilities – no mixed-level groups
Book an English course taking place between now and the end of April and get 10% off with no booking fee!*
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 “InlinguaApril10” when booking.
Terms & conditions:
- Offer valid on English Half Day Group and English Half Day Group + afternoon courses
- Courses must end before 30th April 2017
- Students may continue their course after 30th April 2017 and the usual tuition rate will apply
- Discount can not be applied in conjunction with any other offer
- Offer valid on tuition only (not accommodation)
- Offer not valid on courses already booked
- Our usual terms & conditions apply
This year the last day of lessons will be on 15th December. We’ll still be here until the 22nd (midday) but the school will close from 23rd December 2017 – 4th January 2018.
Our new term for evening language classes will begin on 22nd January 2018
Our language centre is centrally located in Edinburgh’s West End and has a relaxed yet professional atmosphere for an enjoyable learning experience. We also provide free tea & coffee, Wi-Fi and a comfortable student’s lounge. inlingua’s world-renowned teaching method was established in 1968 and has been proven to get results time and time again.
Click here to see a full list of the languages we offer!
- Lessons in small groups (max. 10 per class)
- Qualified teachers who are all native speakers of the target language
- A lot of speaking practice
- All course materials included (including a book and CD for beginners)
- Classes for all abilities – no mixed-level groups
Timetable 22nd January – 12th April 2018
Our language lessons take place once per week from 18.30 – 20.00
The full cost is £180 per term (£15 per evening incl. material and refreshments)
Contact us to enrol!
Try lessons in a selection of our languages for free!
Visit us on one of our Open Evenings and try a class for yourself! Open Evenings on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th January 2018. Before the term begins we invite you to come and try a 45-minute lesson at our language centre. If your language doesn’t appear on the list, feel free to come along to chat with a teacher and have a look around!
Monday 15th January:
- Croatian (18:00)
- German (18:00)
- Polish (18:00)
- Spanish (18:00)
- Russian (19:00)
- Portuguese (19:00)
- Italian (19:00)
- French (19:00)
- Japanese (19:00)
Tuesday 16th January:
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- German (18:00)
- Norwegian (18:00)
- Turkish (18:00)
- Gaelic (19:00)
- Swedish (19:00)
Black Friday, the shopping extravaganza, is TOMORROW. The monster shopping event, which started in the US, is a major date in the UK’s shopping calendar as people snap up bargains in preparation for Christmas. This year we wanted to offer you a very special deal!
Friday 24th November Only!
Get 20% off and no booking fee on any daytime English course booking of one week or more.
How can I get the 20% discount?
Please contact us via our website or call us and quote the code #BlackFriday2017
Terms and conditions
- Daytime courses only
- Booking for courses taking place in 2017 or 2018
- Maximum of 3 students per booking
- Application form needs to be received by midnight on Friday 24 November 2017
- Payment needs to be received by midnight on Monday 27 November 2017
Photo credit: Marketing Edinburgh
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…
The two most famous places to go shopping in Edinburgh are undoubtedly Princes Street and George Street. But the beautiful Victoria Street in the old town is also a great place to find a variety of shops, bistros, restaurants and cafes. It also has its very own dedicated Christmas Shop which is open all year round!
The Christmas Market
The Christmas Market (also called the European Christmas Market) takes place each year from 19th November until the 7th January and is located on East Princes Street Gardens. This market is said to be quite romantic. There, you can buy food, drinks, gifts and crafts from around the world.
Walks in the snow
The Meadows is a large public park. Sometimes, during winter, it’s beautifully covered by the snow and children (but also adults) usually like to play there. There is also the Royal Botanic Garden which is nice to see and walk in when there is snow.
Edinburgh’s Christmas and Hogmanay
Edinburgh New Year (known as Hogmanay in Scotland) and Christmas are the biggest and most famous events taking place in winter. During those days, many events and activities will run in and around the city. If you want to have more information on the activities taking place during this time, please have a look at this blog.
Theatre, Ballet, Pantomime…
Edinburgh also has a wide range of different cultural activities for the winter. On the programme: theatre, ballet, circuses and pantomime. Whichever cultural event you would like to watch, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Just remember to book your tickets early! Black Beauty at The Traverse thatre is a famous classic tale which will be performed on stage during December in Edinburgh.
Make a Christmas wreath
On 17th and 18th December, you can learn how to make your very own Christmas wreath from scratch with at Lauriston Castle. During the workshop you will create a beautiful giant wreath using fresh greenery grown at the castle. See more details here!