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|Supplement Course high season (per wk.) (18.06-24.08.2018)||15 GBP|
|Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (18.06-24.08.2018)||15 GBP|
|Additional night compulsory|
|Extra night with host family||26 GBP|
|Supplement (Host family, if arrival after 11pm )||20 GBP|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Bristol)||40 GBP|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Bristol, (-18))||60 GBP|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Heathrow)||205 GBP|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Gatwick)||235 GBP|
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Living with a host family is certainly the best way to get to know the common expressions and to put into practise what you have learned in class. This option will also allow you to discover the local culture, to share meals (breakfast and dinner) with a family experienced in welcoming foreign students, and to get a taste of the local hospitality. You will stay in a single room.
Orchard Heights shared apartments (available 14.07 – 09.09.2018)
Bright and modern, these apartments provide the perfect mix of independence and a social environment. You’ll have your own en suite room complete with bedding, towels and a desk, while the kitchen and common areas (cleaned every 2 weeks) are shared. Play pool, hang out on the sofas to watch TV or get together with a study group in one of the lounges. Laundry service, bike storage, vending machines for snacks and drinks plus free Wi-Fi complete the great list of services! To top it all off, the apartments are just 5 minutes by bus or less than 20 minutes on foot from the school.
If you like sport and culture, you will love Bristol! Whether you prefer rock, jazz, classical, pop, museums or cinema, you will have plenty to do in your free time. Bath, Oxford, Cardiff and Stonehenge are close by, and London is only 90 minutes away by train. That’s for your spirit. For your body, apart from having two football teams and a rugby team to cheer on, you can also practise gymnastics, swimming, climbing, bicycling, horse riding and water sports. On your first day, you will receive a list of “50 things to do in Bristol”. Have fun!