We are now part of Bayswater Education!

After 7 years of hard work, Vincent and Sonia the cofounders of The Language House took the decision to join the Bayswater family.

Bayswater College, was founded in 1973. They offer engaging experiences through education at all stages of life. Whether you’re at school or university, job seeking, professional or retired, our courses will help you develop your career and enhance your life.

Bayswater College has been providing global citizens with valued experiences for over 45 years and we are proud to be now part of it.

Message from the founders: James Herbertson and Stephan Roussounis

"We established Bayswater Education because we know that education and travel are life’s greatest adventures. Our mission to inspire and educate begins in our beautiful, modern classrooms and extends to communities and cultures across the globe.

We provide a platform to effective learning through travel, accommodation, classes and activity programs and we offer structured guidance throughout your journey. We also want to extend our mission beyond our borders, so when you enrol with us we offer the same education to a disadvantaged person."

Bayswater is a social entreprise:

"For every student we teach, we will teach another from a disadvantaged background. On a one-for-one basis. We donate time, expertise and funds to support children and charities in the home countries of our students.

We use our voice to actively participate in causes aligned with our values. Our events programs include speakers from international charities, fundraising activities and involvement in events like International Women’s Day or Refugee Week.

We are not a passive institution and encourage our students to become involved both as a way to promote good, and to immerse in language."

We, as a group, have project:

"Our first project abroad fully funded from revenue from the courses and students in the UK is in partnership with NGO ‘Mais Caminhos’ in Rio de Janeiro. We chose this organisation for their shared values and knowledge of teaching and caring for people from a less privileged background. Quality education, resources and teachers are often lacking in Brazil’s poorest communities. Mais Caminhos is delivering an English course for teenagers aged 12-16 years old who couldn’t otherwise afford tuition, financed by a grant from Bayswater Foundation."

If you want to know more about them, we will be live with James Herbertson on Instagram today the 13th of May 2020 at 5:00pm.

Let us know in the comment section if you have any questions for us!

See you there!


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