homstayChoosing homestay accommodation is the perfect way of making yourself feel at home while you’re completing an internship with us, as your host will make sure you settle into life in the UK or abroad with ease.

Hosts treat the student as a full member of the household, eating together and sharing the common living areas; no more than four students will be accommodated in homestay accommodation at any one time. Staying in homestay accommodation is also a great way to practise your language conversation skills and learn more about life in the UK or abroad.

You will have your own room, and you can choose between 3 meals options: self-catering (you cook for yourself), breakfast only, or breakfast and dinner.  Shared rooms are only available if you are coming with another person at the same time and leaving at the same time. All of our homestays conform to British Council requirements, and are chosen for the warmth, care and concern they show our students.


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Examples of Standard Rooms with Host Family

Staying in a Homestay is our most popular accommodation option and is by far the most cost-effective way of living.

Good homes and food provided by kind hosts who live in convenient locations for our schools .All our accommodation is local – normally no more than 40 minutes away on foot or by public transport, and often far less.

A choice of meal plans: Bed & Breakfast = breakfast only; Half Board = breakfast and dinner; Full Board = breakfast, packed lunch and dinner. You will have shared bathroom facilities only.

Examples of Premium Rooms with Host Family

Homestay combines quality, friendliness and very good value for money. It is suitable both for people who want a lot of contact with their host and also for those who prefer to be free and independent.

Premium Homestay offers the same standards as Standard Homestay with the guarantee of a private bathroom.

All our accommodation is local – normally no more than 20 minutes away on foot or by public transport, and often far less. This not only saves time; it also means that it costs little or nothing to travel to and from school.