Living in our homestay accommodation is a great way to improve your English and get a taste of British culture. Our hosts are carefully chosen and checked to ensure that you are happy, safe and comfortable throughout your stay. All of our hosts are fluent English speakers and come from a range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
- Practise your English with our friendly hosts
- Experience British culture
- Breakfast and evening meals included
Our hosts live in different parts of Manchester. They usually live in residential areas, between 20 and 50 minutes away from the College. Some of our hosts have young children, some are retired couples and some are single, working people. All of them enjoy hosting students and learning about different cultures.
Students have their own room and are treated as an additional member of the family. This means you may be expected to help with some household chores like washing dishes after a meal and keeping your room tidy. It also means that you get invaluable practice speaking English at home and an experience of real life in the UK.
|Homestay Accommodation||Price 2017|
|Single room, standard diet||£135 / week|
|Single room, special diet||£155 / week|
The price includes breakfast and evening meals every day of the week, all bills and Wi-Fi. It also includes one bedding wash per week. Self-catering homestay accommodation can sometimes be arranged, please contact us for details.
How to apply
Simply fill in our homestay application form and send it to us by email. We will then send you an invoice with information on how to pay.
Your accommodation payment needs to reach us at least two weeks before your arrival date. We can only make your accommodation booking when we have received your payment.
Bookings are normally for a minimum of two weeks but if you would like a shorter stay, speak to us and we will do our best to help.
To apply for homestay accommodation, you must be studying a course of at least 15 hours a week. All bookings are subject to £100 deposit to cover any potential damage/negligence caused by the student.
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