Welcome to the
Kensington Academy of English

Quality English Courses In Central London

Quality English Courses in Central London

(KAE) is a British Council Accredited English Language school. As part of David Game College, we have been teaching since 1978. Over the years, we have seen thousands of international students improve their English language skills.

What makes us the best choice?

At KAE, we take pride in creating a friendly atmosphere where staff and class members can get to know each other. Class sizes are kept small, so teachers can give attention to those who need it. We like to treat you as individuals, not just students. Learn more about what makes us different here.

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Our English Courses

We have a range of courses for all learners, from beginner to advanced. Whether you want to learn English for work, for future studies or just for fun, we can help. We are able to focus on any area of spoken or written English. For those that need to improve quickly, we have short, intensive courses. We can also offer a choice of slower courses for those with more time.

A Central London Location

Our college is situated within the ‘City of London’. It’s an area best known for being London’s business and banking district. Our central location means we are close to many iconic landmarks with great transport links. The college itself is a newly restored building with modern facilities. This ensures our students have the best possible learning experience over the time that they study with us. Some of our facilities are only available in the summer.

  • Library
  • Top class computing & IT facilities
  • Large café
  • Modern classrooms
  • Lecture theatre

8 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge, built between 1886 and 1894, which opens to allow ships to pass under it.

20 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, The Shard is a 72-storey pyramid-shaped building, completed in 2012, with stunning views over central London.

15 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, St Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral, completed in 1710, designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren.

Just over 5 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, the Tower of London is officially His Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London. It is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames. It was founded toward the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest.

30 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Shakespeare’s Globe is an active, true-to-history reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse first built in 1599 for which William Shakespeare wrote his plays.

25 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Tate Modern is an art gallery in London, housing the United Kingdom’s national collection of international modern and contemporary art.

Nationality Mix

In a single year we have students from over 60 different countries come to study with us.

% Western Europe
% Asia
% Africa & Middle East
% South America
% Eastern Europe

KAE student accommodation

We offer a range of accommodation in Central London to suit students’ needs and budgets.

Student Life & Social Programme

Getting involved in British culture is an important part of learning English. That’s why we arrange a variety of activities and events. Our social programme includes things like:

• Historical buildings
• Museums
• Attractions
• Cultural events
• Weekend excursions outside of London

We encourage all our students to take part because it’s an opportunity to improve your language skills, have fun and make the most of London.

Tower of London
London Eye
Big Ben
The Shard
Tower Bridge
Covent Garden
Buckingham Palace
St Paul's Cathedral
The Globe Theatre
Canary Wharf
The O2
Spitalfields Market
Smithfield Market
Buckingham Palace
Hyde Park
South Bank Theatre
Oxford Circus
Hyde Park Corner
British Museum
Trafalgar Square
St Katherine's dock
Barbican Art Centre
Courthauld Gallery
Churchill War Rooms
Tate Britain
Westminster Abbey
Imperial War Museum
Barbican Centre
The Gherkin
Monument Square
HMS Belfast
Sky Garden
Bank of England
Whitechapel Gallery
Leadenhall Market
Borough Market
Greenwich
Cutty Sark
Kensington Academy of English
Tower of London
London Eye
Big Ben
The Shard
Tower Bridge
Covent Garden
St Paul's Cathedral
The Globe Theatre
Canary Wharf
The O2
Spitalfields Market
Smithfield Market
Buckingham Palace
Hyde Park
South Bank Theatre
Oxford Circus
Hyde Park Corner
British Museum
Trafalgar Square
St Katherine's dock
Barbican Art Centre
Courthauld Gallery
Churchill War Rooms
Tate Britain
Westminster Abbey
Imperial War Museum
Barbican Centre
The Gherkin
Monument Square
HMS Belfast
Sky Garden
Bank of England
Whitechapel Gallery
Leadenhall Market
Borough Market
Greenwich
Cutty Sark
Kensington Academy of English