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EC Brighton



EC Brighton is a stylish, bright, and modern school, just two minutes away from the iconic Brighton Pier, The Royal Pavilion and The Lanes. Also on its doorstep are all the restaurants, bars and clubs that make this unique city so much fun.

EC Brighton
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Isabel Ribeiro

Centre Director

Michael Bradford

Director of Studies

Karen Hoyle

Accommodation Manager

Centre Info

  • Launched: 2002
  • Centre capacity: 252
  • Classrooms: 18
  • Minimum age: 16
  • Students per class: Average 13 (Max 15)

School Includes

  • 28 internet connected computers
  • Free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the centre
  • Library
  • Self-study room
  • Student lounge
  • Prayer room
  • Interactive whiteboards throughout

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Address

EC Brighton
Dolphin House
2-5 Manchester Street
Brighton, BN2 1TF
UK

Phone

+44 (0) 12 7369 4618

Emergency Number

+44 (0) 77 1445 9205 
(For use outside of office hours)

Opening Hours

8:30 - 17:00 GMT

Location

  • Opposite Brighton Pier
  • Seconds away from the centre of Brighton
  • Great for shops, entertainment, and more
  • Very close to Brighton Pavilion

Nationality Mix

  • Saudi Arabian
    20%
  • Others
    15%
  • Swiss
    13%
  • Turkish
    12%
  • Korean
    10%
  • Italian
    7%
  • Kuwaiti
    6%
  • Brazilian
    6%
  • Spanish
    5%
  • Colombian
    4%
  • French
    3%

Age Mix

  • 16 - 17
    12%

  • 18 - 20
    31%

  • 21 - 25
    37%

  • 26 - 30
    9%

  • 31 - 40
    8%

  • 41 - 50
    3%

  • 51 +
    1%



Student Testimonial

I've just spent the best three months of my life here at EC Brighton. Everyone is so friendly and helpful. I met a lot of people from different countries who are now my friends. I'm really happy to have discovered Brighton. You should definitely come to EC Brighton if you want to study in a friendly atmosphere.

Aude Cropt
Swiss

Teacher Testimonial

My name is Tim Cooke and I have been working at EC Brighton for almost six years, in both administrative and teaching roles, though I have to say I prefer the teaching as I have never been very good at sitting at a desk for very long. During the hectic summer months I assist the smooth running of our junior centre, which is always eventful and never dull, teenagers rarely being the kinds of students who let their teachers rest on their laurels! It may be a cliché but as a teacher you yourself learn something every day; it really is a two-way learning experience.

In my free time I enjoy reading, watching films, and cooking, and being fortunate enough to live by the beach, I love nothing more than clambering along the shingle collecting interesting pieces of driftwood which I often turn into frames and black-boards.

Tim Cooke


Sample Activities

  • Monday


    Welcome Event Welcome Event

    Come and make some new friends. Meet in the student lounge.



  • Tuesday


    Pronunciation Pronunciation

    Pronunciation clinic at 18:15. Practice your pronunciation!



  • Wednesday


    London Theatre Evening London Theatre Evening

    Departing 15:15. Guaranteed ticket to a West End show. Details in reception.



  • Thursday


    Royal Pavillion Royal Pavillion

    Visit Brighton's famous landmark. Discounted tickets available.



  • Friday


    Seven Sisters Seven Sisters

    Visit the beautiful English countryside and coast.



  • Saturday


    Day Trip to Lewes Day Trip to Lewes

    Visit the traditional town of Lewes and see its famous castle.



  • Sunday


    Stonehenge & Bath Trip Stonehenge & Bath Trip

    A great trip to the West of England.