Welcome to our Language School!

 Committed to Excellence,

the transformative learning experiences at SPEAK – Languages London are designed to help our students grow both in and out of the classroom. Established in 2005, SPEAK – Languages London language school reflects the vibrant energy of the British capital. Our passionate and skilled team members are here to help our students make an impact on the world. Are you ready to reach your potential?

SPEAK – Languages London is located in London, the home of Buckingham Palace, the iconic Big Ben and St. Paul’s Cathedral. London is a great mix of city life with cafes, bars, restaurants and museums and the perfect place to explore multicultural feel of this amazing city.

We offer a broad range of education programs, from one-on-one and small group classes, exam preparations right down to simply speaking program. SPEAK – Languages London is committed to offer the right course for you, so take a look and see how we can help you prepare for the future you’re dreaming of.

Learning a foreign language

You’ve heard all the reasons why some people don’t learn languages, many of these founded on long-held myths and misconceptions. The truth is, in today’s increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, proficiency in other languages is a vital skill that gives you the opportunity to engage with the world in a more immediate and meaningful way, whether in your neighbourhood or thousands of miles away, while better preparing you to compete and succeed in the global economy. Here is a summary of why you should learn a foreign language:

– boosts your brainpower
– develops your ability to multi-task
– improves your memory
– improves your decision-making abilities
– gives you a better understanding of your own native language
– enhances your academic performances
– makes you more flexible and open to other cultures
– expands your career potentials
– builds self-confidence
– aids in self-discovery and self-actualisation
– helps you meet new people
– is great for travelling
– becomes essential