Edskills started in 2012 and has grown significantly since then. We became British Council Accredited in January 2016 and we have had significant growth in our student numbers. With the increase in student numbers, we have increased our teaching team, all Edskills teachers have a TEFLI qualification as an absolute minimum.  Our students come from every corner of the globe, we have had students from Spain, Italy, Jordan, Columbia, Venezuela, Japan and China to name a few.



Key Facts
Entry level: Students of all levels
Min. Age: 16+
Duration: Minimum 2 weeks – no maximum
No of lessons: Variable depending on course choice
Class Size: Maximum 12 students
Level: Beginner to Advanced
Start Dates: All year round – start any Monday
Price: Please click here to see prices



How far is the School from the coach and train station?
The School is a 5-minute walk from Birmingham Coach Station and 15 minutes walk from the  Birmingham New Street train station.
What are the minimum and maximum age of students at the School?
The minimum age of students to enroll at the School is 16, there is no maximum age to enroll.

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Our facilities

Small class sizes

Maximum of 12 students in each class

Track individual progress 

We monitor your progression through placement testing, tutorials and weekly progress tests. 

Flexible start dates

You can study for a minimum of 2 weeks to 1 year. 

Qualified Teachers 

All teachers have qualifications to teach English language 

Courses running all year round 

You can join any Monday throughout the year. 

Friendly staff 

Friendly teaching and welfare staff. 

24-hour emergency and support line 

We don’t just help you during college opening times but at any time of the day with our 24 – hour emergency and support line.

Birmingham City Centre 

We are located only a fifteen-minute walk away from the World- famous Bull Ring – Birmingham’s shopping mall and from the Birmingham Rag Market. 

Progress to UK Universities 

Our friendly welfare staff are here to support our students with their university applications.

Want to know more?

We would love to help you improve your English and support you to achieve your goals.

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