Facilities & Accommodation
All accommodation is situated on campus, which is not only convenient; it’s also the best way to make friends. Providing all accommodation and facilities within the campus also means we can provide effective supervision of all young students throughout their English Course.
Girls and boys live in separate houses and our trained house managers and house assistants live in situ, which helps to create a homely and welcoming environment ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our students.
Our friendly and knowledgeable team are here to answer your questions.
English Course Accommodation
The Summer School accommodation at Hurst College has single, twin, triple, four-bed rooms and dormitories (with a max. of 6 beds) all with shared bathroom facilities. Requests for room shares or particular allocations are offered subject to availability.
|Non residential options are also available:-
English Course + lunch = £570 per week.
English Course + lunch + afternoon activities = £615 per week.
English Course + 2 meals + afternoon and evening activities = £635per week.
All non residential options include 2 excursions + English Course (18 hours per week).
Students are provided with 3 healthy and varied meals every day in the on-site refectory. Packed lunches are provided twice a week for excursions. Special diets can be requested. Students are also provided with 2 refreshment breaks when on campus.
Facilities and Highlights
- WiFi available throughout most of the campus
- IT suite / Internet room
- Student common room in each house
- Indoor swimming pool
- Fully equipped sports hall
- Supervised houses
- Campus security patrol at night
- Extensive programme of activities
- Weekly excursions to different towns and cities in the UK
If you wish to accompany your child and be near him/her during their time with us there is the option to stay nearby. There are local Guest Houses and some excellent Bed and Breakfasts near to the College or Hotels in Brighton. Accommodation can also be arranged on campus subject to availability.
Students aged 8-17 are asked to reside at the college so that they get the most out of the Summer Camp experience. But a non-residential option is available if required.
We recommend the following Guest House and accommodation service
Clayton Wickham Farmhouse
Family English Tuition Course – for Parents and Younger/ Older Brothers and Sisters
Manor Courses also provide study options for the whole family. Come to UK with your children (or brother/sister) and study privately with us at Hurst. Accommodation is off-campus at a local bed and breakfast (choose from Hickstead Hotel, Little Turrets or Wickham Place). However, accommodation can be arranged at Hurst College, subject to availability.
Non residential options
|English Course + lunch = £600 per week.
English Course + lunch + afternoon activities = £650 per week.
English Course + 2 meals + afternoon and evening activities = £685per week.
= all options include 2 excursions + English Course (18 hours per week).
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"We spent two wonderful weeks in Hurst and everything went really well with the experienced academic staff in terms of language education. MC was well organised in creating extensive and fun activities every day and able to make my students' days more colourful with the energetic and friendly activity leaders."
Günes – Group Leader from Turkey, 2015
"Our daughter had spent 14 days in your summer school. She was so happy there and she liked it very very much. She was even sad to come home, because she missed her new friends and the school…and everything. I want to thank you so much for what you do for all these young people. It’s such a good organisation, you have my great respect and my congratulations."
Odile and Robert – parents of Caroline, student, 2015
"My school has sent our students almost every year since 1989. I like MC because they take good care of us. All the students who took part in MC say that they had a wonderful experience there. The staff always care about the students’ safety. I think it is a warm and comfortable atmosphere to experience summer courses."
Noriko – Group Leader from Japan, 2015
"I wanted to say thank you to everyone that I met at the school, because I had a great time this two weeks and I have never met so many nice people at the same time."
Eduardo – student, 2015