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LTC London

Study English in the UK's Vibrant Capital City.

Opened in 1985, LTC London is a medium-sized, friendly school in the district of Ealing, an attractive and safe residential area in west London.

LTC London’s school building has a lovely atmosphere. It is located opposite the University of West London and close to the centre of Ealing. There is always someone to help you and you are guaranteed an efficient service from the moment you book.

We have small classes on our adult English language courses: a maximum of only 12 students per class. This is smaller than most other schools in London and means our teachers can give you more individual attention.

In 2014, students from 52 different countries studied on our English courses at LTC London, so there are lots of opportunities to make new friends from all over the world and have a really great experience.

We have the capacity for 220 students all year-round and 300 students in the summer when we use extra classrooms near the school building. We offer General English courses and Exam Preparation courses for adult students and a range of group and individual programmes for younger students.

Because the school is located in Ealing, a suburb of west London (Zone 3), almost all our host families are less than 2.5 kilometres from the school. This is very unusual for a school in London and saves you time and money.

Nationality Mix 2014 (adult students)

Italian 17% Brazilian 9%
Thailand 9% Saudi Arabian 9%
Japanese 8% Korean 8%
French 4% Colombian 4%
Czech 4% Chilean 4%

School Fact File

  • Established 1985

  • School Capacity 220-300 students

  • Distance from Ealing Town Centre 10 minutes' walk - and just 5 minutes' walk from the tube

  • Distance from Central London 25 minutes from Piccadilly Circus by tube

  • Distance from Homestay 15-25 minutes' walk or a short bus or tube ride

  • School Facilities 16 classrooms, student lounge, computer centre, study centre, student kitchen, WiFi

  • Nationalities 2014 (adult students) 38% Europe, 26% Asia, 19% Latin America, 12% Far East, 5% rest of the world

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