Would you like to be part of our international community?

Become a host of one of our students. Throughout the year in London and Liverpool, as well as during the summer in Bournemouth, Brighton and Oxford, hundreds of students come to our schools to experience full immersion in the English Language. Many request to spend time with a home stay host so they can also learn about the lifestyles of the cities they choose.


For all who are willing to provide our students with an excellent experience

It doesn’t matter if you are single, a single parent or have children who have nowleft the home. Students and families are matched with care, taking into account factors such as young children, pets, meal options and lifestyles. They will be expected to abide by your own reasonable rules in all areas from cleanliness to curfew times.


Our requirements


Welcoming environment

You provide a welcoming environment to your students.


Spare bedroom

You have a spare bedroom or bedrooms, suitable for both studying and sleeping.


Live within 60 minutes

You live within 60 minutes maximum by public transport from one of our locations - preference is given to home stay hosts who live closer.


English first

English should be the the only language spoken at home while hosting a student.

Local representatives

Ivonne George

I have lived in Bournemouth most of my life, having moved from my home country Denmark in my youth. I have much experience in the education sector, having taught English in local schools for over 20 years.

Ann Kirwan

Hi my name is Ann, your local agent in the Brighton area, I have been allocating host families to students now for 10 years.

Jo Taylor

My names Jo and I am the local agent for the Oxford area. For the past 6 years I have been responsible for the placement of students with Host Families who are on various language and educational visits to the UK.

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Become a homestay host

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