School of English - London - Russell Square
London is one of the world's most famous cities. It is a city of contrasts: the vibrant night-life of the West End and the quiet peace of the beautiful parks; famous museums and busy shopping streets; ancient British traditions and a cosmopolitan atmosphere. London has something for everyone, from great theatres to world-class football teams!
Situated in the heart of this great city(Russel Square), our college is the perfect choice if you want to combine your studies with the excitement of the city. You will find us just minutes' walk from London's number one tourist attraction - the British Museum.
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Did you know?
Russell Square is a large garden square in Bloomsbury, in the London Borough of Camden. It is near the University of London's main buildings and the British Museum.
For more Charles Dickens and his family lived at 48 Doughty Street between April 1837 - exactly a year after his marriage to Catherine - and December 1839. Walking from Bloomsbury to the British Library, Charles Dickens fans will want to stop off at the Dickens Museum (48 Doughty Street). Here, Dickens wrote Oliver Twist and completed The Pickwick Papers. Said to be the last surviving London home of the novelist, the house contains his study, manuscripts, original furniture, and other personal items.