Studying English in London plays a fundamental role in your professional growth path but also in social integration in this boundless metropolis.
Many young people, even if they commit and work hard, are unable to progress professionally because managerial roles require a high level of knowledge of the language and, even if it is possible to reach a good level of English by studying self-taught, as we put it with grammar and writing?
If you want to get the most out of your work experience in London, an advanced knowledge or even better an English language certification, it will allow you to start with the right gear and avoid embarrassing situations at work in relating with your colleagues, but also to do immediately new friends of other nationalities in the most multicultural city in Europe. We also remind you that having at least level B1 certified, or the third level of English in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), is an essential requirement for obtaining a work permit in Great Britain.
In the galaxy of English schools in London we are able to offer you courses at competitive prices and a stone’s throw from our accommodation. The proximity of the English school to your home or workplace is essential, in fact we must consider that London is a huge city where reconciling distances, commitments and times is truly a challenge.
Our English courses are structured to prepare you for the ESOL or IETS language certification exams (a requirement to study at university in the UK), but also to make you gain professional English skills and impeccable grammar. Our institute is recognized by the British Council.
In addition, our classes are organized in lessons of small groups of students, thus allowing for greater interaction and practice at the conversational level. Of course, living in London you will have the opportunity to practice your English anywhere, but only an experienced tutor will be able to help you improve it quickly, certainly not the friend you met at the pub.
In other words, whether you have a high, medium or low level of English, our English courses in London will only add value to your CV and help you start your adventure with the right confidence.
If you want to move for study purposes, you will need to prove that you have booked a course at a school recognized by the Home Office. By booking our “student package” we will take care of all this. Among other things, if you intend to work in London, among the requirements for obtaining a work permit there is also that of having a certificate that proves to be able to speak English at intermediate level B1 (according to the standards of the common European framework of knowledge of languages) obtainable by attending the courses of one of our partner insitutes.
Bank Transfer made out to: DAZLONDON LTD, Account number: 63565416, Bank code: 20-76-90, IBAN: GB61BUKB20769063565416 to be made at least 3 working days before your arrival.
Payments accepted on arrival: PayPal, credit card (in these cases the commission applied by Paypal for the EUR – GBP currency exchange will be added) or cash.
The agency provides job interviews in the catering, tourism and hotel sectors. We organize interviews with potential employers and give our members all the necessary information with the aim of achieving a positive outcome.
The most important factors to be successful when having an interview are punctuality, personal motivation and good presence. A trial period may be required: in this case a clear understanding of the terms and conditions of the trial (i.e. how much is paid, when, etc.) is very important.
For more informations please contact our office.
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Members are obliged to inform our Employment Consultant about the outcome of the interview (hiring or non-hiring, probation, etc.) to keep the relevant documentation up-to-date and thus be able to provide an impeccable service.
For this and for new interviews it is not necessary to come to the office, you can simply contact us by phone.
Please constantly follow the advice of the staff of the employment office to ensure a good result.
Our English School is recognized by the British Council and is located just minutes from our residences. Our English School prepares you for the different ESOL exam grades (YLE, KET, PET, FCE) and can really improve your spoken English, making your work and social life even more enjoyable. Courses can be organized so as not to interfere with work commitments. Classes are made up of a maximum of 8-10 students each, and the hours are flexible so that you can adapt to your working schedule. All teachers are native speakers and qualified with extensive teaching experience.
In addition to what you will then have to pay upon your arrival at the office (agency fee + 2 weeks of rent in advance + 1 week of rent as a deposit), it is always necessary to have some leftover money, as, as in any other country, in England salaries are paid in arrears. In London, the first salary is usually paid after two weeks of work, or sometimes after a month. This means that you should think about the initial expenses, including transportation and meals, the third week of rent etc. (the first two are included in the amount paid upon arrival. If you purchase a school package, the rent may be covered for longer, depending on the number of weeks of the English course).
All citizens belonging to the European Union can enter the United Kingdom with a tourist visa valid for up to 6 months, or for longer periods with a work permit. English law requires us to keep a copy of the documents (Passport) in our office as proof for those entitled to live and work in the UK.
Our guests are mainly young people under 30 from all over Europe. Respect towards roommates is very important. The agency takes very seriously any violation of the internal rules of the residences and any antisocial behaviour. Those responsible for any infringement will be expelled from the residence and the services offered by the Agency will be suspended.
All guests are requested to report any problems to a member of our staff both in the residences and to the central office.
It is not allowed to have external guests in our residences; for any exceptions, please contact our staff.
Our members are committed to a minimum stay of 4 weeks. However, during this period, you can change from one residence to another without any problems.
If you decide to leave your accommodation with us to look for a new place on your own, provided you have been good tenants, we can provide written references upon request.
Refrigerators are generally located in the rooms, as are the cupboard and wardrobe. Towels are not provided.
In our accommodations, Wifi, dryer and washing machine are always available.
If you arrive late and cannot reach the central office before h. 17.00 from Monday to Friday or at the weekend or even on holidays, we can help you reserving an hotel and then meet you directly at the office on the first available working day.
The United Kingdom is not part of the European Union: an identity document is therefore required for entry (passport: No ID cards).
Transport: the subway is closed between midnight and about 5.00 am, while buses run all night.
A train and several bus services connect the city centre with the airports of Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, London City Airport, while there is a regular bus service to / from Luton airport.
Always take a licensed taxi or cab. On request we can provide book it for you, just let us know by contacting our office.
The beginning of autumn and summer (June-July) are traditionally very busy periods so availability is limited. If you are planning your trip for these times of the year, better to book well in advance to avoid disappointment.
If for any reason your application is rejected or you are unable to provide the service, you are entitled to a full refund of the registration fee.
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