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ELC Experience English

ELC Experience English

ELC Experience English Group has over 100 years’ experience in offering high quality English language courses across the UK to a variety of international students. ELC Young Learners has a varied and interesting past having been created from amalgamating a number of well known and distinguished businesses over the course of the last few years.

The last year has been a time of change at ELC that has seen the existing ELC Experience English and EAC Young Learners brands come together to create the ELC Young Learners brand. Some of you will have worked for one of the brands in previous seasons and we hope you will see the two brands coming together this year to form a team dedicated to delivering excellence in young learner courses.

In 2009 TUI travel PLC entered the language travel arena by purchasing EAC. EAC had been founded in 1992 and had operated at the forefront of the young learners business for 20 years. Further acquisitions followed between 2009 and 2011 which saw the integration of Hampstead School of English, Manchester Academy of English and English Language Centre York. In 2011 the operations of the adult-focused schools merged to form ELC and the Edinburgh School at George Street split from EAC to become the fourth school in the ELC portfolio.

In early 2013 we took the difficult decision to close the EAC business. A small number of the centres were retained along with a small team of management to operate the centres as part of ELC. It is early in the transition to ELC as we now create the young learner business which is dedicated to academic excellence, the experience of learning English and operating in a smaller number of iconic locations.

The new ELC Young Learners International Summer Schools will attract students aged between 9 and 18 from all over the world. We have previously welcomed more than 20,000 young learners on our Summer Vacation Courses from over 50 different countries. These schools aim not only to give students a chance to improve their English language skills but also promote intercultural understanding.

Summer school students are accommodated either in residences as part of the school or in local homestay families.

A typical week for a summer school student consists of 20 lessons per week (around 15 hours) and a full and varied daytime and evening activity programme. The International Summer Schools are accredited by the British Council and are inspected on a regular basis.

For more information on ELC Experience English please visit www.experienceenglish.com.

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