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The New School of English in Cambridge is an English language school for foreign adults. It is based in the university town of Cambridge, one of the most celebrated universities in the world.

  • Central Location in Cambridge
  • Intensive Courses - Rapid Results
  • Flexible Start and Finish Dates
  • Recognised by the British Council
  • IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge Examinations
  • Computer Centre, Language Laboratory, Internet Facilities
  • Lively, varied activities, sports and excursion programme
  • Programmes for Business/Corporate clients

The New School of English

52 Bateman Street, Cambridge
CB2 1LR England
Tel: +44 (0)1223 358089
Fax: +44 (0)1223 315276
Email: [email protected]
Principal: Mr T.Hedger

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Member of the Association of Recognised English Language Services

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Recognised by the British Council

collegebuilding.jpg (7512 bytes)The New School of English was established in 1962 and has been recognised by the British Council as efficient for over 25 years. The School is located in a quiet residential street that backs onto the University Botanic Gardens. The famous city centre and historic university colleges are fifteen minutes' walk on foot from the School. The train station is very close by, and there are fast trains every hour to London, King's Cross station. The journey time is 52 minutes.

The School has been teaching English to foreign adults from academic and corporate sectors for over 35 years, and enjoys the reputation for being very friendly and professional. Many of the students choose our School as a result of personal recommendations from previous clients, and we are happy to provide professional references on request. We focus on individuals rather than groups, and we are proud of the broad nationality mix and age range that we achieve. In 1996/97 we welcomed students from over 32 countries and the average age of our students was 25.

The School has many useful facilities including a language laboratory, computergroup.jpg (3824 bytes)a self-access study centre/library, video library, and an Information Technology Centre with computers operating on Windows '95/ Microsoft Office '97. Students can use Internet facilities and send or receive e-mail/faxes. There is a very comfortable student common room where students can buy light refreshments, relax and talk.

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