Considering English Courses for King’s University? Here’s a Guide to Your Future Campus!

Students relax at the CultureWorks London campus
Students relax at the CultureWorks London campus

If you’re interested in attending King’s University, you’ll be happy to learn that this intimate campus is also a state-of-the art learning facility. From the brand new Darryl J. King Student Life Centre to the many resources available at the university’s library, you’ll have access to a wonderful campus during your studies.

And if you’re planning on pursuing ESL courses before starting your university studies, you won’t have to wait to enjoy this beautiful and cozy campus, because CultureWorks is located directly on it!

Read on for a look at your future campus and what it has to offer.

Visit the Cardinal Carter Library When You Study ESL at CultureWorks

Once you start your intensive English program at CultureWorks, you’ll be studying right on the King’s University campus. You’ll have the opportunity to use each of the university’s facilities including the King’s University library. At the Cardinal Carter Library, you’ll have access to plenty of resources including e-journals and databases as well as a special collection of rare books.

We could tell you all about the library’s services, but we’ll let King’s friendly students tell you themselves:

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Visit the Student Life Centre When You Take English Courses for King’s University

During your studies, you might want to drop by the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre. Since its grand opening just over a year ago, the centre has become an important part of the King’s University campus. It houses everything from a fitness center and an auditorium, to classrooms, meeting rooms and much more.  At the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre, you’ll also find a games room, where you can relax and play pool, table tennis, foosball, or video games. You might also want to grab a spot in the Learning Commons or Learning Lounge and launch a study session, either alone or with friends.

Here’s a look at the student life centre during its grand opening:

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vumKOJARjzw?list=UUrqY9xQgqdmmaHkf3EPXaMw]Additionally, ‘The Write Place’ is located directly inside the Student Life Centre! This is where students can go to get feedback on their writing assignments from trained peer tutors. Of course, The Write Place is a top resource that you’ll want to remember once you graduate from CultureWorks and begin your university studies.

Western is Just a Five Minute Walk Away for Students Who Take ESL for King’s University

In addition to all the facilities located right on the King’s campus, students taking English courses for King’s University also have access to the Western University campus located just a short five minute walk away.

As one of Western’s partner universities, King’s University students have access to all of Western’s facilities too. This includes the Western fitness centre—which is equipped with a 50-metre pool, a cardio mezzanine and a weight room. Students can even try out for one of Western’s many sports teams.

If you’re interested in arts and culture, you might like to take a look at Western’s art galleries: the Artlab Gallery and the McIntosh Gallery. You could even catch a show at the Paul Davenport Theatre where students can enjoy close to 200 performances each year.

Do you want to take ESL for King’s University?

Enroll at CultureWorks to learn the English language skills you need to succeed in your studies!