The best way to get around is on foot - you see it all. From the industrial heritage the city is renowned for to the old haunts of the infamous Peaky Blinders, you can enjoy an edutaining walking tour of Birmingham whilst you stay in the second city.
Come to Birmingham and learn English. Unlike London and Manchester that are awash with English language schools, Birmingham has just a select few. In this article we look at the leading British Council accredited English Language Schools in Birmingham and the courses they offer students coming to live, study and work in the city.
With Birmingham's skyline ever-changing, its youthful population expanding and cultural identity evolving, there's no better time to choose Birmingham as your destination for learning.
Here at Warm Welcome we believe homestay accommodation is the best choice for students starting out on their education careers in Birmingham. Staying with a host family allows you to experience British culture first hand and most importantly practise and improve your English language skills. It may well be one of your most enjoyable University experiences. It's an excellent option for international students on the ERASMUS programme too. If you’re wondering why you should choose homestay, read on…
There’s never been a better time to live, study and work in Birmingham. Centrally located within easy reach of the UK’s major cities, it couldn’t be more convenient. And it’s not just students that love Birmingham as a place to live. More and more professionals from London are moving away from the capital to develop their careers here in the Midlands, especially Birmingham.
Japanese students from Hijiyama University in Hiroshima, Japan chose Birmingham for their recent three-week English language trip, using the services of wonderful Warm Welcome homestay hosts for their accommodation. Take a look at their journey below.
What’s all the fuss over Brexit? All EU students and Interns are WELCOME! Nothing is changing for the foreseeable future, and in the meantime Britain remains the best place in Europe to do your international placement or internship.
Considering or are you about to embark on a homestay experience? Read our top tips to make it a success for you and your hosts.
In this week’s blog we look at two fantastic examples of picturehouses from the halcyon days of the picture house: Kingstanding and Sutton Coldfield.
Warm Welcome are now working with the prestigious Brasshouse Languages centre in Birmingham, providing homestays for their students.
In this week’s blog we explore Birmingham’s canals – one of the great wonders of the industrial world. We’ll look back to the glorious age of the industrial revolution when Birmingham was firmly planted as the City of 1000 trades to now as Birmingham is emerging from its slumber to claim its place as a metropolis of the modern age.
For most of us who live in Birmingham, we often take for granted how lucky we are in terms of architecture. We have an exciting combination of futuristic, contemporary and traditional all in one place. So, let’s take a look at a few more of the iconic buildings of Brum.
The TV series Peaky Blinders is synonomous with Birmingham. Discover some of the sites of the Peaky Blinders and their history and real-life settings in Birmingham.
England’s second largest city, Birmingham, has undergone some serious cosmetic surgery over the past 20 years and is finally shifting the image of an ugly concrete jungle to that of a modern metropolis for the 21st century. Birmingham now boasts some of the finest architectural structures in Europe, but what exactly makes Brum the culture loving city it is? Read on to find out more…
How do you make a hosting experience a successful one? Here are our top tips to ensure you and your guest have a great homestay experience.
Hosting English language students in Birmingham – the benefits to you, the host.
Warm Welcome is fast forging a reputation as Birmingham’s premier homestay provider for international language students. This reputation has enabled us to agree a partnership with one of Birmingham’s leading English language schools, EDSkills.