Study Visits for Adults 18+

Trinity Language Centre (TLC) welcomes people over the age of 18 to study and learn in North Wales either individually or as part of a group. The region of North Wales is an ideal location for adult residential visits providing a stimulating, friendly and relaxed learning environment. Study visits focus mainly on the English language, but can also incorporate UK culture and areas of specific interest or work preparation. This may include vocational or personal skill development programmes to prepare young adults for the world of work, or hobbies and interests such as archaeology, castles, natural history, walking or steam trains. It is possible to combine English courses with a work placement in the North Wales area.

Courses are available throughout the year. They normally last from 1 to 3 weeks but may last longer for those wishing to enjoy an extended period in North Wales. The prices may vary according to the duration and the time of year.

You can choose to stay in Trinity House, our residential centre or in a hotel, guest house or self-catering accommodation locally. Whatever your preference, TLC will help you make your accommodation and transport arrangements.

All fees and prices are subject to negotiation and agreement and a quote can be provided upon request. Prices provided via a quotation include accommodation at Trinity House in shared bedrooms.

At a glance:

  • Adults from the age of 18
  • All year round availability, reduced fees out of season
  • Staying in Trinity House Accommodation Centre in shared or individual rooms
  • Fully inclusive fees and prices
  • Optional Adventure Activities or London/city tours
  • Certificate of participation with learning transcript

Available at additional cost:
  • Adventure Activities – Climbing, Abseiling, Caving, Kayaking, Quad Biking, Paint Balling, Biking, Mountain walking, Archery or High Ropes course
  • City Tour – London, York or Dublin (Edinburgh, Glasgow and other cities may be available courses of 2 week or longer)

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