In addition to our innovative courses, international students will have the opportunity to visit a number of iconic cities and experience some of the UK’s top tourist attractions.
We believe experiencing life in the UK outside of the College Campus is an integral part of the whole learning experience and the trips and activities are designed to develop your English while you learn about British life and culture. During your studies with us, you’ll have the chance to visit many interesting places across the UK!
Founded by the Romans over 2000 years ago, much of the Roman influence still remains in Chester today. Students will visit Chester Cathedral and will be taken on a walk of the Roman walls that encircles Tudor and Victorian buildings, and narrow cobbled lanes.
Of the many features along the walls, the most eye-catching is the prominent Eastgate, where you can see the most famous clock in England after London’s Big Ben. Students will also have time for shopping and socialising before returning to the college.
The birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool, has the largest collection of museums and galleries in the UK outside London.
There is so much to see and do in Liverpool with its vibrant waterside, fascinating history and fabulous shopping centres. Student will visit the Albert Docks where the spectacular waterfront is just bursting with international art, award-winning museums and attractions. Students will also have time for shopping and socialising before returning to the College.
Manchester is a major city in the northwest of England with a rich industrial heritage. Students will spend the day visiting the Museum of Science and Industry, the National Football Museum as well as the fantastic People’s History Museum.
Students will also have time for shopping in the Arndale Centre which is the UK’s largest city-centre shopping centre and with over 200 retailers
Cambridge is a university city situated on the River Cam. This elegant yet compact city boasts spectacular architecture in the shape of, chapels, churches and courtyards as well colleges.
Students will spend the day visiting the King’s College Chapel, the Bridge of Sighs, the Mathematical Bridge and the Wren Library. Students can wander around the college buildings and experience them as countless prime ministers, poets, writers and scientists have done.
Boasting one of the world’s most famous universities, the city of Oxford is full of history and charm. Students will walk around the cobbled streets admiring the beautiful architecture and college buildings. Students can wander around the college buildings and experience them as countless prime ministers, poets, writers and scientists have done. Students will visit attractions such as the Bridge of Sighs and Harry Potter filming locations.
London’s diverse cultural energy makes it one of the most international and visited cities in the world, and is the perfect addition to any visit to the UK. Standing on the River Thames in the south-east of England, it has endless opportunities on offer to experience a snippet of life in London!
Students can visit Buckingham Palace, walk down The Mall admiring the number of beautiful memorials, gardens and breathtaking architecture along the way, down to Horse Guards Road and onto Trafalgar Square. Students can spend some time exploring the famous British Museum which houses a vast collection of world art and artefacts.
There is so much to see and explore in London, it is totally enriched in beautiful landmarks from Big Ben to St James’s Park and Oxford Street, boasting a diverse range of shops from famous world known brands to boutique shops. London really is a treasure!
Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales. Llandudno’s appearance is down to the fact that, unlike most other resorts, it has remained largely unchanged for over a century. Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. There’s the longest pier in Wales, Punch and Judy, donkey rides on the beach as well as canopied shopping.
Conwy is a town rich in history situated in the Welsh countryside close to the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia. In the heart of Conwy is the mighty 13th-century castle, whose walls encapsulate this remarkable medieval town.