Campbell College Belfast (est. 1894) is one of Northern Ireland’s most eminent schools, occupying a 100-acre estate in east Belfast, close to the Parliament Buildings at Stormont and complete with its own lake and forest. C.S. Lewis was a student there and the campus served as inspiration for the Narnia Chronicles.
The residential programme is available to students aged 12 to 17 and will include interaction with local sports teams, drama groups and choirs. There are even plans to bring a Hogwarts flavour to the programme… the Sorting Hat will be busy!
The residential quarters at Campbell college are all located on campus, a short walk from the beautiful, historic Harry Potter style ‘Hogwarts’ dining hall and the fully equipped multimedia classrooms. Bedrooms are spacious, with plenty of room for your clothing, luggage and for studying. Students who booked ensuite accommodation will have their own private bathroom and electronic key card for their door. Friends & staff will be close by, with up to 17 rooms per floor. Male and female students will be in separate quarters. Free WiFi is available throughout the campus.
43 STUDENT RESIDENTIAL PLACES AVAILABLE IN 2019
- Comfortable and spacious dormitories. Twins or Triples also available.
- Separate quarters for male and female students
- Electronic key card supplied
- Rooms cleaned daily, except on Saturday and Sunday. Bed linen changed weekly.
- Towels are NOT provided. However there is a washing machine, drier and detergent provided and staff will help with laundry.
- Arrivals on Sunday, departures on Saturday. EARLY ARRIVAL / LATE DEPARTURE NOT POSSIBLE FOR RESIDENCE.
- Minimum 2 week booking
|TUITION:||15 lessons per week|
|TIMETABLE:||09.30 – 12.30
With a 15 minute break at 11.00
Total hours 13.75
|AGE:||12 – 17 years|
|MAXIMUM STUDENTS PER CLASS:||12|
|COURSE DATES 2019:||June 30 for 2, 3 or 4 weeks
July 7 for 2 or 3 weeks
July 14 for 2 weeksSunday arrival; Saturday departure. Extra nights not available.
Classes follow a communicative approach, focusing on authentic language that students can use outside the classroom. Each week is theme-based to ensure consistency and continuity and to give students the opportunity to see new language in context. Themes (for example, ‘You and the Environment’, ‘Social Networking’, ‘We Are All Scientists’) are selected to appeal to the students’ interests and to provide engaging classes that increase motivation. Each week culminates in student presentations based on that week’s theme.
Campbell College is situated to the east of the city, close to the beautiful Stormont Parliament Buildings and Estate. There are many great sites to see within a short distance of the campus. This programme provides the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of Belfast and see the main visitor attractions, such as The Titanic Experience, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, W5 Interactive Science Museum, Belfast Castle and Cave Hill.
On-site activities include swimming, tennis, hockey, rugby, cricket, athletics, squash, gym, table tennis and a pool table in the student common area.
- Full-board residential accommodation
- A full and varied activity programme of sports, local visits and theme nights
- One full-day excursion per week
- Transfers to and from Belfast airports*
*Out-of-hours supplement of £50 return. If a transfer is needed before 08.00 or after 22.00 (arrival time at the airport), then the supplement is applied.
|Residential – £730 per week|
|Shared dormitory, shared bathroom – £695 per week|
|Sunday arrival; Saturday departure. Extra nights not available.|