Study English in Scotland

Study English in Scotland

Scotland has distinct national culture, historic cities, and spectacular natural scenary, which make it an exciting place to study English.

Famous Scottish traditions to experience include Scottish folk music and dancing, whisky drinking, bagpipes and Scotland's national dish: haggis. 

Visitors to Scotland also fall in love with its dramatic scenary: the Highlands, Loch Ness, the Scottish islands, Cairngorms National Park and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. 


Where can you study English in Scotland?

In Scotland, there are British Council-accredited language centres in:

Study English in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is Scotland's capital city. It offers a charming mix of history and culture, with narrow lanes, galleries and museums. Edinburgh's most famous landmark is the castle, which sits on a hill overlooking the city, 

In August, the city welcomes visitors and performers for the world's biggest arts festival. The Edinburgh Festival features a whole month of live perfomances including comedy, theatre, music, art and dance.

 
 
 
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Study English in Glasgow

The biggest city in Scotland, Glasgow is a cosmopolitan centre of art, museums and cultural events. Popular attractions include the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the City Centre Mural Trail.

From Glasgow, students are only an hour away from Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, a beautiful area of mountains and lakes.

 
 
 
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Study English in Aberdeen

Aberdeen is known as the Granite City because its public buildings are made from granite, which sparkle in the sun. This historic, vibrant city is located on the north east coast of Scotland, and its harbour has a resident pod of dolphins!

From Aberdeen, it's easy to visit the mountains and lakes of the Cairngorms National Park, and Balmoral Castle, the Queen's highlands estate.

 
 
 
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Study English in Dundee

Dundee is a coastal city in the East of Scotland with an modern waterfront area.

It is the first UNESCO City of Design in the UK, thanks to Dundee's important contribution to industries including medical research, comics and video games. It is home to the V&A Museum of Design Dundee, which celebrates Scotland's design heritage.

 
 
 
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Study English in Perth

Perth city is a small city in central Scotland on the River Tay, the longest river in Scotland. It was the capital of Scotland from the 9th to the 15th century, and is home to Scone Palace, where Scottish kings were once crowned.

The city is in the middle of many popular Scottish tourist destinations, so its a great base for day trips to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Dundee, Loch Lomond or the Cairngorms National Park. 

 
 
 
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Find the perfect English course for you in Scotland

Use our course finder to search for British Council accredited English courses in Scotland: