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11th July - 7th August 2021


Applications for School of English and Culture summer courses for 2021 are now open. If you were previously booked on to a 2020 course and did not ask for your booking to be cancelled, your place is secure and your application can be completed at your earliest convenience.

In the current climate of uncertainty, we realise that circumstances may alter between now and next summer. We will be as flexible as we possibly can if Covid-19 means your plans need to change and you can request a refund at any time up to 30 June 2021 without losing your deposit.

You can also rest assured that we will operate in line with government guidelines around social distancing and safety to ensure the wellbeing of all our guests and staff.

Staying at Marlborough

Marlborough College has outstanding boarding facilities in beautiful, rural and quintessentially English surroundings

Note this is only a guide, not a guarantee.

Marlborough College Summer School has always had an excellent reputation for hospitality, with our boarding houses set in beautiful locations in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside.

Staying at Marlborough

Marlborough College has outstanding boarding facilities with all students staying in pleasant and comfortable rooms, across two different boarding houses.

We offer two possible accommodation options: an individual room or a shared room. If a student wishes to share a room during their stay at Marlborough, they will be paired up with another member of the course of the same gender who is no more than one year older or younger than them.

If a student is attending the course with a friend, we are happy to accommodate requests to share a room with their friend during their stay. However, it is important to remember that the opportunities for students to improve their English are greatly increased if they do not share a room with someone who speaks the same first language.

Our houses are modern and purpose-built or recently refurbished. All are fully equipped with kitchenettes, meeting areas and TV and games rooms. Many of the evening activities make use of the facilities in the boarding houses for talent shows, dancing or drama games in the common areas or wide-games in the gardens.

The houses are set in peaceful grounds with gardens, small woodlands, tennis courts and 5-a-side football pitches. There is plenty of space for the students to burn off some energy or to simply relax and enjoy their surroundings in the English countryside.