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Brighton Language School (Centre of English Studies – CES)

CES Brighton is located in the wonderful University of Brighton. Classes are held at Watts, located just 10 minutes away by bus from Varley Halls where the students are accommodated. Watts is on a campus belonging to the University of Brighton and provides excellent facilities. Classes are taken in a variety of tutorial rooms and purpose built lecture theatres all of which are finished to a high






There are many areas where students can relax in their break time including the university restaurant, which contains many vending machines. CES offers a full Sports and Cultural visits social programme. School offers tennis, basketball, football and many other sports in the Sport Brighton campus of the University of Brighton. The activity programme also includes visits to the most famous sights Brighton and the surrounding area has to offer.

School also includes a local Orientation Tour of Brighton to familiarise students with the area. CES will organise a private bus to bring the students each day to their classes.



Accommodation is provided at Varley Halls which is part of the University of Brighton.
It’s located in a safe and quiet area surrounded by park land only 25 minutes away from the city centre. Varley is a purpose built student residence. Students stay in single ensuite rooms.
For detailed information on available courses, fees and schedules please contact Prime Study.


Brighton is a town on the south coast of Great Britain. It makes up most of the city and unitary authority of Brighton and Hove (formed from the previous towns of Brighton, Hove, Portslade and several other villages). Formerly part of the non-metropolitan county of East Sussex, it remains part of the ceremonial county of East Sussex, within the historic county of Sussex.



The ancient settlement of “Brighthelmstone” dates from before Domesday Book (1086), but it emerged as a health resort featuring sea bathing during the 18th century and became a destination for day-trippers from London after the arrival of the railway in 1841. Brighton experienced rapid population growth, reaching a peak of over 160,000 by 1961. Modern Brighton forms part of the Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton conurbation stretching along the coast, with a population of around 480,000 inhabitants.