Do you think you know London? Explore the capital of England like a local with Angloville this summer. Join our international travellers while engaging in cultural exchange, conversations, and enjoying exciting activities with European students.

Adventure is just around the corner!

Discover London

London is a global city and a leading financial, cultural, and political centre. The city is renowned for its historical landmarks, such as the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and Big Ben. As well as its vibrant arts and cultural scene, world-class museums, and iconic shopping locations like Oxford Street and Covent Garden. With its bustling streets, diverse neighbourhoods, and countless attractions, London is a must-visit destination for travellers from all over the world.

During the Angloville Junior programmes, our participants will explore London and its surroundings, and even enjoy three themed guided tours!

What to see?

Our Calendar


03 – 07 July (Accommodation included, dep. from London Junior Best of London edition

06 – 15 July (University of Essex, dep. from Colchester Junior International edition


10 – 14 July (Accommodation included, dep. from London Junior Harry Potter edition


17 – 21 July (Accommodation included, dep. from London – Junior Best of London edition


20 – 29 July (Roehampton University, dep. from London International edition


24 – 28 July (Accommodation included, dep. from London – Junior Harry Potter edition


31 July – 04 August (Accommodation included, dep. from London – Junior Best of London edition


 03 – 12 August (Roehampton University, dep. from London Junior International edition


07 – 11 August (Accommodation included, dep. from London – Junior Best of London edition


14 – 18 August (Accommodation included, dep. from London Junior Best of London edition


17 – 26 August (Roehampton University, dep. from London  Junior International edition


21 – 25 August  (Accommodation included, dep. from London – Junior Harry Potter edition


28 August – 01 September  (Accommodation included , dep. from London – Junior Best of London edition


Short presentation of our programme

Angloville is a unique immersive English language experience that offers cultural exchange programmes all across Europe. The programme pairs International English speakers with Local English Learners for one-to-one and/or two-to-one conversation and group activities designed to boost fluency and confidence. The programme is held in various locations around the world, including Poland, Italy, the UK, and Malta, and is open to individuals of all ages and backgrounds. 

Overall, Angloville offers a chance to meet people from around the world. It provides an exciting and engaging way to travel across Europe, while also making new friends and exploring cultures.

Highlights of our programme

Our Schedule

The Angloville UK Programme is designed to offer European students a unique and immersive English language learning experience through conversation, cultural exchange, and fun-packed activities. In return, International Participants like yourself get an amazing opportunity to meet European locals. It’s an opportunity to discover new culture & traditions while experiencing one of the most exciting adventures of your life!

Angloville organises 3 different types of programmes in London: International Junior programmes, and two thematic Junior Plus programmes. Note these programmes are in high demand and we have a limited number of spots. Requirements and previous Angloville experience may apply.

Our venues

Our programmes are held in various venues throughout London and its region, providing participants with the chance to experience different parts of the city and the surrounding areas. Angloville will provide comfortable shared accommodation with ensuite-bathrooms in well-established campus residences or hotels. Below are two examples of venues we collaborate with:


Roehampton University was founded in 1841 and is located in South West London. Directly adjacent to the university building is the campus where you will live for the entire duration of the programme! The entire complex is gated and located within Richmond Park. In terms of location it is in the immediate vicinity of green areas. The campus is rated as the best in the city and is still undergoing further expansion. The university is equipped with laboratories and lecture halls, a dance studio, a theatre, and film rooms.

The University of Roehampton campus offers single en-suite accommodation with a shared kitchen. The well-equipped and modern facility features:

All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are served in the Campus restaurant, except on day trips, where all participants will be provided with a takeaway meal or packed-lunch.

TV rooms

Restaurant room

Game room


Sports pitches (football, basketball, hall),

Luggage storage


The University of Essex is a British public university based in the city of Colchester. The college campus is located on a hill above the Coline River – Wivenhoe Park. In English, it is classified as a “plate glass university ” or “glass plate” university. This reference refers to the architectural designs of university buildings, which were created in the 1960s and are dominated by large glass slabs embedded in a concrete or steel structure. Interestingly, the university has about 15,000 students from 140 countries.  

All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are served in the Campus restaurant, except on day trips, where all participants will be provided with a takeaway meal or packed-lunch.

The University of Essex campus offers twins en suite accommodation with a shared kitchen. The well-equipped and modern facility features:

TV rooms

Restaurant room

Game room


Sports pitches (football, basketball, hall),

Luggage storage

What we cover

If you’re looking to explore London off the beaten path, experience new cultures, and make international connections, our Angloville programmes in the UK are the perfect stay for you. From historic cities like Oxford and Cambridge to the amazing Harry Potter Studios, you’ll have the chance to see and do things you never imagined.

Also, our programme can help you build travel confidence, develop interpersonal skills, and improve your ability to teach English. You’ll gain invaluable experience that can benefit you personally and professionally.In other words, Angloville is a unique and rewarding programme that offers a fun and effective way to travel. You’ll make new international friends while discovering Europe and expanding your horizons.

Free accommodation for all action-packed days (shared rooms or apartments with private bathrooms)

Free food: 2-3 meals at minimum. Packed meals and local cuisine

Daily action-packed activities & excursions 

Invaluable experience with local & international youth from all around the world

Grow: Opportunity to become TEFL qualified via Anglo-TEFL Scholarship.

Local guide tips

Angloville advises International Participants to arrive 1 or 2 days in the UK before the programme starts. To arrive at the meeting city, we recommend: to look for some good flight deals. Budget airlines within Europe (Wizz air and Ryanair) do have some great deals for the upcoming months, with fares starting from £30!

You can book your return flight for the last day of the programme, but make sure you will be flying from the departure city, not earlier than 23:00. Generally, our participants prefer to book their return flight the day after the programme to enjoy a good night’s sleep before flying. 

We will include all the important information in an info-pack (2-3 weeks before the programme starts). 

We recommend you to arrive a day before the programme starts, which means you will have to book the accommodation yourself. The city-centre of the departure is always a good option. Angloville only provides the accommodation for the duration of the programme. If you decide to complete a three-week package with Angloville, booking the accommodation between the programmes will also be your responsibility. 

We suggest Couchsurfing (for a free accommodation), HostelWorld and (for a bed in a dorm or a cheap hotel deal), or AirBnB (for a private room or a flat to share).

Packing for a trip to the UK in the summer can be a bit tricky, as the weather can be quite unpredictable. However, generally speaking, you should pack for both warm and cool weather. T-shirts, tank tops, and blouses are great for warmer days, but bring a light jacket or sweater for cooler evenings. The UK is known for its frequent rain, so it’s always a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket or umbrella. There’s a lot to explore during our programme, so bring comfortable shoes that you can walk in all day.

Don’t forget to pack all the essentials like your passport, travel insurance, and any other necessary travel documents. Also, it’s a good idea to have some cash and credit cards for shopping, snacks, and other extra activities. If you’re coming from a country with a different type of electrical outlet, you’ll need to bring an adapter plug to charge your devices.