Regent's Institute of Language & Culture (Internexus London)

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Regent's University London hosts this centre located in Regent's Park, Central London. It's a beautiful traditional campus with extensive private gardens, providing an ideal relaxing environment to improve your English or study for IELTS or other exam courses.

Our students in London learn English in small classes with a maximum of 15 students but often less. The teachers are all experienced and well qualified, they aim to ensure that learning a language is varied, fun and interesting.

Our staff are all happy to help, whatever the problem. There is so much to see - make the most of your stay! Our staff are here to help, so please do not be afraid to ask! Students are encouraged to come along to social events with teachers and staff. Weekly trips include cinema, theatre, bowling and pub nights.

Weekend excursions are to Paris, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge etc. Student Services and the Social Program give you the opportunity to experience the real London. Trips are designed to help the student explore the different areas of one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world!

Nearby is Regent's Canal and some of the finest Georgian architecture in London.

Only a short distance from the centre of London, and with Baker Street and Marylebone only a 5-minute walk away, the campus is a perfect place for student life with all of London's great cultural and social attractions at your disposal.

It also houses the Tate Library, Halls of residence, an Information Technology centre, Language Laboratory as well as a restaurant, bar, Student centre and sports gym and other student facilities.

You can focus on your studies and still have plenty of time to discover one of the most interesting, vibrant cities in the world. London has it all - theatre, fashion, arts, history, and sports. With the world- famous underground train system, you'll be moments away from some of the most historical buildings in the world: Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower of London. Or shop in Harrods, at Covent Garden, or at an outdoor market.

London is one of the most exciting cities and is the capital of European culture. With its theatres, restaurants, museums (all free entry), and art galleries, nightlife and shopping (especially the London street markets) there is always something new to discover.

The major attractions:

Piccadilly Circus,

River Thames,

London Eye,

Trafalgar Square.... are all easily reached from the school.