Celtic English Academy


St. Davids College has partnered with Celtic English Academy to provide a range of bespoke resources and opportunities for language development. We believe that this can empower students to thrive in their academic and personal journeys.

When you enrol with St. Davids, we will evaluate your language needs and help you decide if you need the additional support provided by Celtic English Academy.

The related costs of this support will be in addition to core education provisions.

Celtic English Academy provides students with great flexibility by offering continuous enrolment every Monday, as well as the option to study for one week.

For further information about the programmes they offer, you can either send them an email at marketing@celticenglish.co.uk or visit their website:

Students Receiving Results

Language support can be important for international students visiting UK colleges for several key reasons:

  • Understanding Lectures and Coursework: College courses are often delivered through lectures, seminars, and written materials. Students who lack proficiency in English may find it difficult to understand the information presented, hindering their ability to participate effectively, take good notes, and complete assignments successfully.
  • Developing Academic Vocabulary: College-level English requires a specific set of vocabulary and communication styles. Language support can equip students with the necessary vocabulary and skills to comprehend complex academic texts and actively engage in discussions, presentations, and written work.
  • Building Relationships: Navigating a new environment and making friends can be challenging for international students. Language support helps them overcome communication barriers, connect with their peers and professors, and build meaningful relationships, fostering a sense of belonging and reducing feelings of isolation.
  • Confidence and Participation: Strong language skills boost a student’s confidence in expressing themselves, asking questions, and participating in social activities. This fosters a sense of inclusion and improves overall well-being.
  • Understanding Local Customs and Communication Styles: Language goes beyond words; it reflects cultural nuances and social cues. Language support can help students navigate these complexities, understand British culture, and communicate effectively in different social settings.
  • Bridging Gaps and Building Bridges: Effective communication allows students to appreciate and learn from the cultural differences they encounter, fostering cross-cultural understanding and creating a positive learning experience.