Bayswater Education is proud to announce that it has acquired a local language provider in Liverpool, The Language House.

Bayswater College LiverpoolStarted in 2013, by Vincent Moog and Sonia Diaz, the training provider offers courses in English, Spanish and French in the centre of Liverpool. The premises offers 7 bright, spacious classrooms, a student lounge, library and kitchen.

Stephan Roussounis, Managing Director of Bayswater Education said, “we are very excited to bring Bayswater College to the North-West of the UK. Vincent and Sonia have created an environment with a warm, vibrant atmosphere that blends British and international students”.

The coming months will see the school rebrand to Bayswater College Liverpool, and begin to offer a similar portfolio of its courses to London, including Digital Marketing, and a full portfolio of English courses for Adults, Juniors and Year-Round groups.

Sarah Byrne, an experienced industry-professional from Liverpool, will be joining the Bayswater team as Principal of the Liverpool college. “Liverpool offers a fantastic blend of culture, friendly locals and great value and makes a superb alternative to London. I’m delighted to bring my experience and local knowledge to the Bayswater team.”

About Liverpool

Liverpool is a city in the north-west of the United Kingdom with a population of approximately 500,000. It is noted for its culture, architecture, and transport links.  

The city has the second highest number of art galleries, national museums, and listed buildings in the UK. The Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, includes the Pier Head, Albert Dock, and William Brown Street.

Liverpool is perhaps best know as the birthplace of the legendary band, The Beatles. All of the “fab four” were born in the city and many visitors explore the landmarks of the city which inspired the band, from Penny Lane to Strawberry Field.

In sports, the city is best known for being the home of Premier League football clubs Liverpool and Everton, with matches between the two being known as the Merseyside derby. Liverpool FC are enjoying one of their most successful periods with their team currently European and World Champions.

Natives and residents of the city of Liverpool are referred to formally as Liverpudlians, but most often as Scousers.