Due to the government rulings in response to the recent COVID situation in the UK, our Nottingham and Birmingham centres are now open. All students with lessons booked with us during this time can now safely study face-to-face, or defer their course until the centres open again.

In order to ensure that everybody feels safe and comfortable, we will be doing the following:

  • We  will endeavour to have all classes face to face whilst adhering to Government guidelines and regulations.
  • Students who had their course interrupted  in March are welcome to return to their studies in either centre.
  • We observe social distancing and hygiene rules according to our COVID-19 risk assessment and current government guidelines.
  • New arrivals who need to quarantine can join the lessons online.
  • Any self isolating students can join their classes online.
Feeling unwell?

If you are feeling unwell in the United Kingdom, you should stay home. 

If you are worried about your symptoms and you are not sure what to do, you can use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service which can offer advice.

Call 111 if you cannot get help online. Do not go to places like a GP surgery, hospital or pharmacy.


Student with teacher


How to handle self-isolation in 7 easy steps!

11 November, 2020  

So, you’ve arrived in the UK for your Language Gallery course. However, depending on which country you came from, you might need to self-isolate for 14 days before starting your course. This means you can’t leave your accommodation. Self-isolation is difficult but luckily we’re here to help you with our simple guide to self-isolation.


ST Philip's Cathedral Square

COVID-19 Information Page