Situated right in the heart of Camden Town and just across the road from the world famous Camden Market and Camden Lock, The Stay Academy is the perfect base for new visitors to the capital. You will find a multitude of live music venues, theatres, food markets, fashion outlets and pubs right on your doorstep.
The Stay Academy is also located 10 minutes from the beautiful Regents Park, the open air theatre and London Zoo. Camden Town and Chalk Farm Underground stations are less than 5 minutes’ walk, and there are a number of bus routes directly outside the campus.
The Stay Academy boasts 260 studios and 7 classrooms.
You can choose from the General English, IELTS, Combination and London Cultural courses. We also run twice a year a Foundation Programme.
Secure English Language Tests (SELT) are tests approved by UKVI, part of the Home Office, for leave to remain, citizenship (naturalisation) and visa categories where evidence of English language ability is a requirement.
Our SELT courses are preparation for the [Trinity] Graded Examinations in Spoken English Grade 5 or [Trinity] Graded Examinations in Spoken English Grade 2, depending on your visa requirements.
SELT Intensive Exam Preparation Day (6hrs) Trinity GESE Grade 2 or 5
SELT 1-Week Exam Preparation Course (15hrs) Trinity GESE Grade 2 or 5
Qualified, international teachers of English as a foreign language who would like to improve their teaching and language skills.
The International Foundation Year (IFY) is a pre-university programme designed to provide you with an entry route to UK university programmes.
“We have been working with London Homestays for over 5 years. With their support, we have managed to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction. We strongly recommend London Homestays to anyone who’s looking for quality, reliability and exceptional customer service.”Alex Fernandes, Accommodation & Visa Compliance Manager, Malvern House London
“Having worked with them since 2013, I can state that London Homestays have always taken care to match our students with suitable host families. They have a very friendly yet professional approach to their work. Our students have enjoyed staying at their homestays. Overall, students say that their host families are attentive and welcoming.”Carl Roberton, Principal, Stafford House School of English
“We at Burlington School have worked with London Homestays since 2014, and I professionally know the team since 2009 when I worked for another company in the education and accommodation industry. Having had the opportunity to work with London Homestays since the company started operations in London, all of the enquiries have been dealt with in a dedicated and timely manner, the team members are customer-oriented and always provide an exceptional accommodation experience to our students. I have no hesitation to recommend London Homestays as excellent accommodation providers and business partners.”Eliane Tomasi, Accommodation & Welfare Officer, Burlington School
“LSC Stanton has been working with London Homestays since 2011 and we are very pleased with the quality of accommodation and service they give to us. We have a good relationship with the team and they are always on hand to deal with any last-minute requests.”Nick Bray, Managing Director, London Study Centre
“Cooperation with London Homestays is always great! We highly appreciate proactive approach and effort to ensure the best possible services for our groups. We always had a great clean accommodation, friendly family and smart local organisers. Students of our groups were satisfied and they enjoyed staying in London very much. We would like to recommend this agency. The whole team is very kind.”Miroslava Foltýnová, Owner, CK Bus Tours
“We offer internships in London to European students and looked for a reliable partner to provide accommodation to our candidates. We have been very happy with the services provided by London Homestays, as have our candidates, as they have always received quickly information on families, the possibility to book a room in a short delay and also a good quality of families. I would recommend without any doubt this agency. The team is very professional, efficient and friendly :). We hope to send new trainees soon!”Stéphanie Frassanito, Program Manager, Work Overseas
“Our school from the Czech Republic has had great experiences with London Homestays. They are one of the only hosting agencies who would accept our very young guests (under 12). The host families were generally welcoming, kind, and accommodating. The service provided by the coordinator Kate O’Connor and other admin staff is second to none.”Kate Powers, Vice Principal for English Studies, Sunny Canadian International School
My homestay host Debra transformed my stay into the most amazing experience of my whole life!Florian, student from Belgium: Homestay booking in Zone 3
It was an amazing experience, I’ve found a new home where I feel as comfortable as I do in my own home!Laura, student from France: Homestay booking in Zone 2
I felt completely at ease and very comfortable with my host! She was really kind…many thanks!Doris, student from Italy: Superior homestay in Zone 2
Shanghai Chelsea International Consulting (SCIC) has worked with Home from Home many times and they have provided a very professional service.Chan Sen, Director at Shanghai Chelsea International Consulting
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