We work hard to create the best summer school nationality mix. Last year at More Than English we welcomed students from 16 countries on one campus:
- Czech Republic
Best summer school nationality mix
For a better immersion experience, we look very carefully at the nationality mix when we organise:
- Classes for English lessons
- Teams on the activity programme
Of course, in addition to nationality, we also look carefully at level of English and age when we organise students into groups for lessons and activities. The same is true when we organise the best combinations of individual students to share bedrooms in the residences.
British students on summer school
Learning to work together in international teams is an essential 21st century skill for all young people around the world. Moreover, what is just as important as how much English you know is what you can do with the English you know. British children need to develop skills such as Speech Making, Film Making and Debating Skills just as much as students who speak English as a foreign language. All British children do Get Ahead study options with international students. Some British children take part in high level (B2, C1 and C2) English classes.
We have strict limits on the number of students we accept from each country. That means it is important to book early.
Designed for individuals
Having the best summer school nationality mix is not the only important ingredient for creating a complete English immersion environment. Another important point is the fact that we only accept individual students never groups. This means that when students arrive they are ‘all in the same boat’. In other words, they have to make new friends from other countries.
Design your course today
Everybody is different: that is why at More Than English you can design your own programme choosing your own excursions and study options. To design your perfect summer school experience use our Online Course Builder and reserve your place today.
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