Hilderstone College is a specialist English language centre. We offer a wide range of English language courses for adult learners (aged sixteen and above) from all over the world. We also provide courses for teenagers in school groups.
Since 1970 the College has had an international reputation for quality. Hilderstone is accredited by the British Council and is a member of IALC and English UK. The English Language Gazette has identified the College as a centre of excellence for the last nine years in a row.
"Brilliant - no more words needed"
"I sincerely enjoyed my stay in Broadstairs. The school, the teachers, the host family and the city. Everything was perfect."
"I think that this week will be an experience for my whole life."
"Comfy classrooms, charming garden, good lunches and meals, very interesting and fun activities. Very well organised."
"I think Hilderstone College was one of the best choices of my life."
"It is very good and I absolutely love to study English here."
"Great teachers, kind staff, lovely classmates and host family, peaceful town and beautiful beach."
"I have been to several English language schools in my life but Hilderstone College is the best. I am very thankful to the teachers and the administration staff for their availability and professionalism."
"It was a wonderful experience. Family and College surpassed my expectations."
"I really enjoyed the study, especially meeting new people from different countries. It was an unforgettable experience and I would recommend this to everyone."
Hilderstone will arrange for you to stay in half-board homestay accommodation, which includes breakfast and dinner every day, and breakfast, lunch and dinner at weekends.Read More
Take a look at our varied social programme, specially prepared for students from all over the world: sports, dancing, musical events and evening talks, as well as excursions to London and other cities.Read More
The College is in the seaside town of Broadstairs in south-east England, only 110 km from London (80 minutes by high speed train), and 30 minutes from the historic city of Canterbury. A great location!Read More
Two of our students, Eisa and Mohammed, wrote these reviews of a popular student reader, 'The Lost Ship' in their class. Here are their opinions.
The title of this book is The Lost Ship. The author oRead More
Our Deputy Director of Studies, Rachel Connabeer, recently attended the TESOL France Annual Colloquium in Lille, and presented a session on the subject of 'Integrating Pronunciation, Grammar and Lexis'. Happily, she alsRead More
Mohammed on the right, with classmate Eisa and Hilderstone teacher Dominic
Mohammed is from Saudi Arabia, and came to Hilderstone last September. When he arrived he did not speak much English, but he has made great pRead More