Accommodation is an essential aspect of any course and the most comfortable and enjoyable way to experience a stay in England is with a Homestay or in Private Accommodation. Call 01273 749244 to ask about a homestay.
Homestays offer a warm welcome in their homes for all students and provide a friendly environment for you to practice English in a relaxed, informal setting.
Arrangement Fee - A £50.00 non-refundable fee for arranging accommodation
Homestay families offering half-board provide bed, breakfast and evening meals everyday, and lunches at weekends.
|Single room = £154 per week|
|Shared room = £133 per student, per week|
Half-Board Premium (private or en-suite bathroom)
1 Student = £175 per week
Bed & Breakfast
Alternatively, some students prefer Bed and Breakfast only.
|Single room = £140 per week|
|Shared room = £122.50 per person, per week|
Self - Catering
Alternatively, some students prefer self-catering facilities. Some ISE Homestay hosts provide a bedroom, bathroom and use of kitchen where students can cook their own meals. With this arrangement, students can be independent but still have some contact and conversation with the host. It's particularly suitable for anyone with a special diet.
|Single room = £133 per week|
|Shared room = £112 per person, per week|
Under 18 students - 28 day maximum stay in homestay & Care and Support
For students under 18 the school is unable to accept students into any single Homestay family for a period of more than 28 days. Therefore for parents of students looking to book courses with accommodation for longer than 28 days, we recommend that the parent(s) or an appointed guardian travel with the student to live with them for the duration of their stay.
Students under 18 that are placed into homestay, will be placed according to applicable legislation and guidelines from the British Council. Therefore we ask all families that are hosting students aged Under 18 students to have a CRB / DBS check in place, as well as the other requirements for all host fmailies, such as a Gas Safety Certificate and a Risk Assessment.
Families who agree to buy and cook halal food = £21 per student, per week supplement
High Season Supplement: July & August, Christmas & New, Year
A supplement of up to £21.00 per week for a single room and £10.50 for a twin room is charged.
Download the Student Accommodation Application Form
Student and Executive Flats
Longer term students may prefer to hire a flat for the duration of their stay. Long term lets of more than 6 months and short term holiday lets are available through various letting agents. If you would like information about Flats please telephone or email the accommodation officer to discuss options.
Typically flats must be let on a minimum of 6 month period, with many agencies charging the full six-month rental fee in advance. Students are responsible for Utility Bills (water, gas, electricity, phone / internet, Council Tax) for the duration of the rental period. As tenants there is also a responsibility to keep the flat in good condition, and return it at the end of the period in the same condition that it was received. Government sponsored students studying on courses of 24 weeks or more should contact the accommodation manager before booking any long-term accommodation.
Hotel & Guest houses are also available, please use the Visit Brighton accommodation listings to find a hotel or Bed & Breakfast that suits you.
Payment & Booking
Full payment must be received 4 weeks in advance.
Accommodation should be booked as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
For any accommodation questions or issues, please contact ISE Language Ltd:
Post: 2 The Drive, Hove, BN3 3JA
Tel: +44 (0)1273 749 244 Mob: +44(0)7813 802 807