English UK member, Brighton Language College are proud to announce that they have opened brand new premises in the centre of Brighton in the Old Steine.
It has taken six months of building works to create modern classrooms, with write on walls and views onto the Royal Pavilion.
Director Gary Farmer and Associate Director Nic Roe have been working on the project for over two years and were proud to announce the opening on 1 June 2015.
Mr Farmer said: "We have finally achieved our aim of being the biggest independent language school in Brighton with 18 classrooms in our new building and a further 20 classrooms in our school next door."
Mr Roe said "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".
But it doesn't stop there, as further plans are underway to connect the school next door in 2016 creating a bigger school in the heart of Brighton with a total of 37 classrooms.
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