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About Amity College - Ealing

Amity College - Ealing Branch is located in Ealing (West London), approximately 9 miles (15 minutes by Underground) from Central London. Regarding transport links, the Piccadilly, Central, and District underground tube lines all run through Ealing Broadway station, which also sits on a National Rail stop, delivering passengers into London Paddington in under 15 minutes. In total, Ealing has thirteen tube stations, all of which sit in zones three to five, as well as a number of train stations on the Overground lines and Great Western Railway lines.

At Amity College we put our learners first. Our students come from all over the world, representing over 75 different nationalities. We have organised the learning programmes in the college so that each individual obtains their own support and plan for their future success. Our consistently high standards of teaching, progressive approach to learning, and excellent team of professionals provide students with not only new skills, but also a fulfilling life building experience that unleashes a wealth of new possibilities in their lives. Our international students experience a sense of belonging in the relaxed and friendly atmosphere supported by many bilingual staff. Whether you are considering studying with us or just browsing we hope you find our contents both enriching and informative.

Study in Ealing, West London?

Amity College is the college of choice for many international students mostly because of the quality English language and diploma courses on offer.

 

Looking for English Language Courses in London? 

Look no further! Amity College is the English language school of choice for many international students looking to study English. Taught by native (bi-lingual) speakers in a cosmopolitan environment, the quality of the tuition is amongst the best on offer.

We look forward to welcoming you to Amity College very soon!

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History of Ealing

Once a rural Middlesex village, Ealing’s expansion developed following the opening of the Great Western Railway in the 19th century, which led to an influx of commercial activity leading into the 20th century, and a significant number of Londoners escaping the city to enjoy the Borough’s suburban qualities. Ealing was then acknowledged as a municipal borough in 1901, where surveyor Charles Jones soon after coined the term ‘Queen of the Suburbs’ in reference to Ealing, and in 1965 the West London Borough was finally incorporated within Greater London.

Today, Ealing’s reputation precedes itself as one of the number one West London hotspots for settlers seeking village-style living with its vast green expanses, whilst simultaneously housing one of the largest and most popular shopping centres in this corner of the capital. Once Crossrail services commence in 2021 at Ealing Broadway, history is sure to repeat itself with the Borough once again entering into a new era of commercial possibility and residential appeal following the introduction of new transport infrastructure.

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