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It’s critically important to us that our international students are living somewhere they feel comfortable, cared for and safe. Our friendly and experienced team at Brampton College will happily speak to you about your personal requirements for accommodation and work hard to find the right place for you.
We offer two accommodation options which we can discuss with you. Both are registered with the British Council:
Homestay offers you the opportunity to experience British culture and language within a friendly and supportive home environment. Brampton College works with Hosts International to help find you a suitable host family to live with. You could live with a family with children or without, or perhaps in a home with other students like you.
Older students may like to live relatively independently, but with the support of a caring home environment, while younger students will benefit from further support and supervision. Students whose first language is not English will need to live in an English speaking household to benefit fully from a British education and for success in developing the necessary language skills.
We’ll discuss these requirements with you. Whatever your personal preferences, we guarantee a safe and friendly environment with a host family that will look after your every need.
For students aged 18+, there is the option of staying at high quality, safe and secure student accommodation, located 10 minutes from the college and close to an underground station. We’ve had a few students opt for this accommodation in previous years. They benefit from comfortable, modern en-suite rooms and everything a student in London may need including:
At Brampton College, we believe that all international students benefit enormously socially, emotionally and academically from having an effective guardian. Whilst we provide excellent support and care for students’ safety and wellbeing within the college, we extend this responsibility by finding all international students, including those over 18, with a local guardian.
The guardian will support the student with domestic arrangements, help monitor a student’s social, emotional and financial wellbeing and act as a point of contact the between the College and student’s family.
At Brampton, our guardians are carefully chosen for their experience and friendliness, all with a track record of providing outstanding care and support.
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