English Language School in Birmingham

The Language Gallery Birmingham

Our Birmingham language centre is located in the heart of the UK’s second largest city, giving you access to a range of the city’s transport links, shopping, attractions and entertainment.

Our bright and modern Birmingham school gives you a comfortable and friendly space to learn, and is in a great location.

The Bull Ring shopping centre, Birmingham New Street Station and the Birmingham Art Gallery are all within walking distance. There’s also a variety of restaurants and coffee shops close to the centre where you can relax and meet friends and classmates.

If you are in Birmingham, why not contact us for a free trial? You can join a live class, meet our staff and visit the centre.

Our facilities include:

  • Student Lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi


Key Facts:

  • Minimum age: 18 
  • Maximum students per class: 16
  • Number of classrooms: 6

*See Guidelines & Policies


Closing dates 2024:

  • 1st January
  • 29th March
  • 1st April
  • 6th May
  • 27th May
  • 26th August
  • 23rd - 27th Dec
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Why study in Birmingham? 

Birmingham is the UK's second largest city and a great choice for international students. There are lots of fun and interesting things to do here. When you choose to study in Birmingham, you are also choosing a city which is famous for industry, as well as being an important student city.

Birmingham is home to some of the UK’s best universities, making it a fantastic place to prepare for or study your dream course.
Living and studying in Birmingham means you will experience the many different cultures who live here, as well as lots of fun free-time activities. Birmingham is affordable, too.

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is free for you to visit. You can also walk along the canal or relax in Canon Hill Park. Whatever you choose to do, you will have a lot of fun in Birmingham. There are lots of friendly people, and studying here will give you a great start for planning your future.




Things to do in Birmingham

• For a great shopping trip, visit Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, world-famous Selfridges, The Mailbox and The Bullring shopping centres and the world's biggest Primark!
• Take an open top bus, walking tour or boat trip down the canals to discover Birmingham's history.
• See a working watermill and visit beautiful Victorian architecture.
• Take a short train journey to explore Dudley Castle and Shakespeare's birthplace.
• Discover the arts at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
• Race your friends at the world's largest track at the Birmingham Grand Prix Karting or break the code together at the escape rooms.
• Listen to music at the Symphony Hall, O2 Academy, Resort World Arena.
• Discover the natural world at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park and SEA LIFE Birmingham
• Check out Birmingham's Premier League football club Aston Villa
• Join the locals and watch the greyhound racing.


Our location in Birmingham

Arden University, Third Floor, Lock 14,39 Summer Row, B3 1JJ


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