My name is Elf, I am from Thailand and I am very happy in Eurospeak because we use the newest teaching materials and the most modern interactive white boards, and the people is very nice, also Reading have a excellent transport links of the UK and I can travel around the country. And now I know a lot of places.
Hello! My name is Kai, I am 23 years old, I am from Switzerland and I’m studying at Eurospeak in upper-intermediate level and I feel satisfied with the results. My conversation has improved a lot since the day that I arrived. Study in Eurospeak I think is one of the best things because you can get to know a lot of people.
My name is Miriam, I am from Mexico, I am 28 years old and I am living in Reading, I have studied Graphic Designer, and the best option for my job is learn English. Classes are fun and productive because the students are friendly and my teacher is amazing, we are a multicultural student community and great learning atmosphere.
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Do I need a visa to study at Eurospeak?
If you are from one of the 28 countries in the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) then you do not need a visa to study English at Eurospeak.
Please find a list of these countries here.
If you are from outside of the EU and the EEA, you need a visa to study English with us at Eurospeak.
Which type of visa do I need?
Up to 6 months study: Student Visitor Visa
6 to 11 months study: Extended Student Visitor Visa
What documents do I need to apply for a Student Visitor Visa?
1. The completed application form.
2. A valid passport (or travel document).
3. Two passport sized colour photographs.
4. Visa Letter from Eurospeak – you will receive this from us after you have paid your complete fee.
5. Evidence of money to support yourself – you must have enough money to pay for living costs without working (bank statements or payslips).
How much does the visa cost?
The current application fee is:
Student Visitor Visa: £83
Extended Student Visitor Visa: £150
How long does it take to get the visa?
You should get your visa within 3 weeks.
For more information, check information about Student Visitor Visas on the UK Government website.
If you would like to study with us, please complete our online application form here: Eurospeak Application Form, or contact Andrew on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why learn English in 2015?
We all know that English is the international language, but there are many other great reasons to learn English this year..
It is no secret that English is the language of the internet. Of all the languages used on the internet, English is the overwhelming favourite.
A study made by W3Techs showed that in April 2013, almost 55% of the most visited websites used English as their content language. Although, the number of non-English pages is rapidly expanding. According to Alexandru Rotaru, the use of English online increased by around 281% from 2001 to 2011, a lower rate of growth than that of Spanish (743%), Chinese (1,277%), Russian (1,826%) or Arabic (2,501%) over the same period.
English music sells well, nobody can argue about that. Not only is English language music popular in English speaking countries, but people from Portugal to Japan, Nigeria to The Phillipines, who has not heard of The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Madonna or Adele? Many foreign singers also like to use English to express themselves in song, for example, Gangnam Style and
English speakers do not have a better musical sense or make the most romantic or poetic songs. Italian and French songs are arguably better in that respect. As far as English lyrics are concerned, most English songs are not concerned with poetry and language exploration. For example, have you ever heard ‘Barbie Girl’…!?