University of East London (UEL)
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It is a busy university town with a thriving and vibrant community, which has much to offer to students both socially and academically. There is a year-round variety of festival, theatre and music events. There are plenty of sporting and cultural activities available locally to balance the pressures of study. Bath is located only one and half hours from London by train and is well served by road and rail networks.
Bath Academy makes sure that students make the most of this historical town with our carefully selected Social Activities Calendar.
Bath is an exquisite Georgian city located in the South-West of England. The city is full of fine architectural treasures and a rich diversity of museums, galleries, gardens and as well as sporting attractions.
The Academy has two residential houses, both within 10 minutes’ walk from the college and the city centre. Each house is supervised by a member of staff in a way that is appropriate to the ages and needs of the students. The bedrooms are well furnished, centrally heated and are cleaned each week, including bed linen. All houses are non-smoking. Both residences have both single and shared rooms which are allocated on a strictly ‘first come, first served’ basis.
Full-board accommodation for students aged 14 – 17 years of age: The house is supervised at all times by the Housemistress and her staff. Single or shared rooms are available and bathrooms are shared, with designated bathrooms for each gender.
Self-catering accommodation for students who are at least 18-years-old: The house has a communal kitchen and shared living and dining areas. Single or shared rooms are available and bathrooms are shared with designated bathrooms for each gender.
Bath Academy arranges accommodation in Bath with caring and responsible homestay providers. Living in homestay accommodation, students are able to learn more about British customs and traditions, and gain additional conversational practice.
All homestays are located within the city of Bath and can be reached either by walking or public transport. Some homestays are a short walk from the college but most can be reached within 20 minutes on public transport.
Our Accommodation Officer chooses homestays very carefully; they are visited and interviewed in order to make sure that they satisfy our criteria.
The student will have their own room which includes a bed, wardrobe space and space for studying. In most cases students will share a bathroom with the homestay provider. It is possible to request executive rooms which guarantee en-suite facilities but these are subject to availability.Homestay accommodation is full board (breakfast, packed lunch and dinner and normal laundry requirements)