The best way to learn English is to go to England.
And AEA is going there next summer!
Our programme emphasises experiential and active learning. Our creative itineraries and activities give our students the opportunity to learn while having fun. Join us for an unforgettable experience.
Sunday 7 July
We leave for the coast of England by coach and are going to stay in a youth hostel.
Monday 8 July
We will visit Hastings to learn about the battle in 1066 and its effect on the English language as well as its Marine life.
Tuesday 9 July
We will be on our way to the Cotswolds via Winchester which harbours the longest Cathedral of Europe. Cirenchester is a picturesque little village where we are staying in the old beer brewery and where you are going to shop and prepare a gourmet dinner and checking out the surroundings.
Wednesday 10 July
We are paying Bath a visit to find out if Supping is your sport and learn about the Roman history plus its literary heydays.
Thursday 11 July
We will discover how Winston Churchill grew up (in Blenheim Palace) and spend time in the garden maze and on the premises (chilling).
Friday 12 July
We will check out Oxford by bike and gain understanding of university life and see where Harry Potter was filmed.
Saturday 13 July
It is now time to pack our bags and leave for London to see some highlights and an afternoon musical. The day is wrapped up with going out for dinner and a stayover near the coast.
Sunday 14 July
Sunday morning we will bid a farewell to England to cross the channel again and be home before dinner.