Learn English in Amsterdam

What cities do you think of when you think of an English course? London? New York? Miami? Those are all great choices, but you should also consider – Amsterdam!

Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most popular, international cities, and English is, without a doubt, the city’s second most spoken language.

At the English Center, we specialize in quality Business English training for Nederlanders and internationals. You can choose private or group courses and a weekly or intensive schedule.

And you can choose a location in the heart of historic Amsterdam, in Amsterdam City South, in Amstelveen, in Den Haag and in Rotterdam. Or you can request inCompany training at your office in Amsterdam and elsewhere in the Randstad. Many of these Amsterdam locations are in historic buildings.

Kromme Waal 9

A landmark coach house just moments from Amsterdam’s Centraal Station, the River Ey, the Nemo Museum, The Bim House Jazz Club, The EyeFilm Museum, the Maritime Museum, and much, much more.

Van Eeghenlaan 27

In the Museum Quarter, this elegant coach house faces the beautiful Vondel Park and is in the heart of Amsterdam’s most cultural district, featuring the Rijksmuseum (the national art museum), the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, the Diamond Museum, the Concertgebouw (the national concert hall and home of the Concertgebouw Orchestra) and more.

Elandsgracht 70 – Het Claverhuis

Many people say that the Jordaan is the true home of real Amsterdammers. Charming, bohemian and lively, it is one of Amsterdam’s oldest and most visited neighborhoods. Everyone is welcome at the Claverhuis! Enjoy this old Johnny Jordaan video to get you in the Jordaan mood.

Amsterdam City South-Amstelveen – Prof J H Bavincklaan 1

The Solys Business Center is a spacious, modern office building located within the metropolitan city district but technically in Amstelveen, the first suburb to the southwest of the city.

For more information about The English Center, please check out our homepage.

 

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