Brighton Language College opens new premises

15 June, 2015


UK provider Brighton Language College (BLC) has opened new premises in the centre of Brighton, almost doubling the school’s classroom capacity.



The new Brighton Language College premises overlooks the Royal Pavilion

The building works at the new location in Old Steine, which overlooks Brighton’s Royal Pavilion, took six months to complete, and facilities include write-on walls in the classrooms.

Gary Farmer, Director of BLC, said, “We have finally achieved our aim of being the biggest independent language school in Brighton with 18 classrooms in our new building with a further 20 classrooms in our school next door.”

“We are operating from a historic building but wanted to make the interior look and feel like something that is different from a school, something that represents the quirky, contemporary style of Brighton,” said Nic Roe, BLC Associate Director.

The two directors said they had been working on the project for over two years, and were now planning to connect the two neighbouring schools in 2016.

BLC offers a range of English programmes, including General English, Ielts preparation, one-to-one classes, family vacation, junior vacation and English plus courses.


Inside the new Brighton Language College premises

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