NEW adult evening courses in London – starting Jan 2015
Take your pick from 8 fantastic locations for our upcoming courses in January 2015
Cactus has added three new locations to its offering of evening courses in London. Ready for the next intake in January, these extra locations bring language courses closer to you, to make it even easier to access a course close to work or home.
Kick-start your new year’s resolutions with a language course and you’ll deserve a holiday to practise it all!
NEW for 2015 are:
- Canada Water
This new school, just 5 minutes’ walk from Canada Water overground and tube station, boasts a cool and contemporary environment. It is ideal for those working in the Canary Wharf business district who want to join friendly and professional small group evening courses.
Languages available: French, Spanish, Italian, German, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese
- Aldgate East
We are excited to offer our first location in East London, conveniently situated between 3 underground lines (District Line, Circle Line and Hammersmith & City Line), the DLR station (Shadwell) and major bus routes. It’s right by Altab Ali Park, which connects the City at Aldgate to the Olympic Park at Stratford.
Languages available: French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian
- Tottenham Court Road
This is an excellent new addition to our selection of schools in Central London. Two doors down from the British Museum, it has 9 fully equipped classrooms and a student lounge to relax in outside class.
Languages available: French, Spanish, Italian, German
Don’t forget that these new locations are in addition to our existing schools in Bond Street, Kings Cross, Holborn-Russell Square, Islington and Wimbledon.
Visit our website www.languagecoursesuk.co.uk for full information and booking.
* Stuck for a present for a loved one this Christmas? *
Why not give the gift of language through a Cactus gift voucher – perfect for a male or female of any age!
Call us on 01273 930 960 for more info or order your voucher online.
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