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One of the UK’s most famous Ports, Southampton is known as “the Cruise Capital of Europe”. As well as wonderful museums, it is also rich in art galleries, theatres and historical centres.
Set beside the relaxing East Park, our Southampton centre puts students in a relaxing, supportive school, within easy reach of the Port and many city attractions.
At TEG English we aim to provide more than just language classes. Our lessons are interactive and engaging and our social programme provides a fantastic opportunity to explore the best of UK culture.
We welcome all students into the TEG family, a multi-city community that supports and guides students in their journey to full language fluency.
TEG English Southampton is located in a beautiful building opposite to East Park. This means it is only a short journey from the nearby Port, shopping centre, Football Club and numerous other attractions.
Southampton is filled with art galleries and museums, as well as a vibrant waterfront.
Close to the harbour from which the Titanic once sailed, the “Cruise Capital of Europe” enjoys a grand maritime tradition. Students who study here are guaranteed a wide variety of cultural seaside events in which to engage.Read More How to find us
We offer a wide range of courses, with both daytime and evening classes available. We can also provide part-time hours during off-peak months.
Whatever your budget or needs, we can help you find the right accommodation. Our homestays are personally inspected by us to make sure you’re given an excellent opportunity to practice your English and learn more about British culture.
Halls of Residence are also available for students who would prefer a more independent lifestyle.Read more about accommodation
Airport transfers to and from your accommodation are always available, should you prefer.Read more about transfers
While studying with TEG Southampton, you can enjoy our facilities, which include well-equipped classrooms and free Wi-Fi.
Study on the south coast in a lively city!
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