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Bethnal Student Academy

At Bethnal Student Academy, we believe that the ultimate goal of learning a language is to be able to communicate clearly and accurately with others in a range of situations.

Master's Programmes



The school has come a long way since opening in January 2015. BSA has grown in terms of numbers of students, the courses provided and in establishing their own unique identity. One of the greatest achievements in the short history is to achieve British Council accreditation within 18 months of opening. 


  • Classes focus on developing the skills students need to be flexible in their use of English in real-life situations.
  • The morning General English course allows students to build the full range of knowledge they need to use English effectively, including grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and the four key skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
  • The Skills and Functions/ Conversation lessons enable students to further extend their abilities in the key skills and to intensively practice what they have learned in their morning lessons.
  • Teachers are highly experienced and hold internationally recognised teaching qualifications including the CELTA, Trinity TESOL or MA in English Language Teaching.

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Student services

Each week, students can spend time with each other and enjoy life in London during the Friday Social Activity. The students can meet each other and enjoy a coffee break in the common area or in the garden. BSA promotes a healthy lifestyle, and that is why BSA provides free healthy snacks and promote sports in the social activities.

Housing services

The student residence is in the same building as the school. It offers great value for students living upstairs. They don’t have to commute or pay for transport and they can make their own meals during the lunch break. BSA offers a range of different accommodation types, from the single and twin rooms to studio flats and dormitories. So you can find something to fit your budget.

Student Life

Campus life

  • classrooms can accommodate an average of 15 students
  • right- and left-handed chairs with table pads integrated, so students can move easily and follow the dynamism of lessons
  • large and bright and equipped with computers, speakers and projectors so that means teachers can provide interactive lessons
  • students use course books so that they can study by themselves after class
  • studying English should continue outside the classroom and that is why BSA provides free Wi-Fi and computer access and a library from which students can borrow books to read during their breaks or at home.

Sports facilities

Whether it’s by playing sports (such as cricket and football), enjoying a walk along the Regent’s Canal, visiting a museum, or shopping in the Old Spitalfields market, students have many opportunities to explore one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. The Social Activity is always led by a teacher who guides the students and provides extra insight into London life.


  • British Council
  • English UK

London, England, United Kingdom


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