Learning and teaching style

Learn from the experts

The high-quality British education you'll receive at Bellerbys will help you thrive at your chosen university. Every Bellerbys student gets the support of a dedicated personal tutor. You'll learn from excellent teachers, chosen for their experience in teaching international students. Extended teaching time and ongoing, individual assessment will help you get great results. Even the activities you do outside of the classroom are designed to help you get to where you want to be in life. At Bellerbys your education is tailor made for you.

Learn from excellent teachers, chosen for their experience in teaching international students just like you

Teachers that understand you

Our expert teachers might ask you to investigate new topics in your own language. They do this to make sure you really understand. Everything we do is focussed on helping you to progress. 

650

of our students
went on to a
top 10 university
between 2012 and 2016

International environment

Bellerbys London Star Student Tiffany Lo Wing Man

A truly international environment – with 66 nationalities represented in our colleges.

Safe and secure environment

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A place to feel safe and secure – with 24-hour security at our residences.

Enrichment programmes

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Enrichment programmes linked to your academic subjects help you develop skills valued by universities.

Informal and friendly atmosphere

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Informal, friendly Colleges with caring staff and language advisors ready to help you.

Help to improve your English

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Help with improving your English language skills while you experience life in the UK.

Help to do the little things

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Help with the little things – like using local transport and finding out about living in the UK.

Caroline Marcela Bellerbys Cambridge

Caroline Marcela

"I've always loved the English culture and the idea of studying in English."

Country: Belgium 
Studied: Foundation Science & Pharmacy
Achieved: 81%
Studying: Biological Sciences (Zoology) at the University of Birmingham