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EC London 30+

Temporarily ceased face to face delivery from 5th January, all lessons moved online

This unique school is exclusively for those 30 years and over who want to share their EC experience with more mature, like-minded students. London 30+ is a bright, beautiful and modern school in the heart of Zone 1, next door to Euston station and with unbeatable access to all areas of the city.

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Chris Lewis

Director of Studies
Centre Director

Tom Weedon

Accommodation Coordinator & Student Services Manager

Centre Info

  • Launched: 2013
  • Students per class: Average 10 (Max 12)
  • Centre capacity: 120
  • Classrooms: 8
  • Minimum age: 30

School Includes

  • 10 internet connected computers
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the centre
  • Library facilities
  • Self-study room
  • Student lounge
  • Interactive whiteboards throughout


EC London 30+ 
Euston House
3rd Floor, 24 Eversholt Street 
London, NW1 1AD 


+44 (0) 20 3411 8845

Opening Hours

8:30 - 17:00 GMT


  • Located in the heart of London
  • Within easy reach of Oxford Street and all major tourist attractions
  • Great starting point for sightseeing and shopping
  • Underground and train stations outside school

Nationality Mix

  • Other
  • Brazilian
  • Swiss
  • Japanese
  • Italian
  • French
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Turkish
  • Taiwanese
  • Korean

Age Mix

  • 30 - 40

  • 41 - 50

  • 50+

Student Testimonial

Facing a new challenge can be nerve racking in many ways. To me, I would say that studying abroad is one of the things we do want to do but when the first day at school arrives each one of us has a personal list full of mixed feelings. But here we are, in London, a great city and for us we can get carried away! So much to see and enjoy...

I had the opportunity to study abroad in the past and because of this I had clear expectations of EC in my first days. But sometimes we don't know exactly what to expect so hopefully this post can help those looking for inspiration and tips!

To start: BE CURIOUS! Look for the meaning of the words in this post you are not familiar with, try to read about the neighbourhood where EC is located, the history of London, look for tips directly from local people and ask as many questions you want for the EC crew! I’ve found them really helpful and nice! So far, so good :)

We are all together in this learning process and I bet you want to leave EC better than when you arrived so let's make this happen. How? Here comes my second point: BE OPEN! Respecting your personality try to be as much open as you feel comfortable with! This helps you listen better, learn from different cultures, can help you connect more easily with people and be in an empathetic environment.

Also I would add one more thing BE HONEST when communicating! Don't be afraid to show a different opinion, bring a new perspective or ask for your teacher to show a different approach during classes! For the teachers and members from EC I had the chance to meet them on my first days and I am sure they will be glad to listen to your demands and work with you to improve everything needed. From a student side I was lucky to be with respectful, nice and generous classmates helping me get better as they were also learning. Hope I am being a good classmates as well. As I mentioned we are all together in this journey. This mind-set could help me, you and all of us have a smooth beginning and bring us energy to pursue our goals! Thanks to everyone for the first few days! Looking forward to my second week with you!

Juliana Ferrari Rodrigues



Student from Brazil



Teacher at EC London 30+



Teacher at EC London 30+