BROWNS have two Gold Coast Campuses, both conveniently located in the city’s central business district; close to cafes, shops and public transport and only a 10 minute walk to the beach.
Both campuses offer modern classrooms with large windows, providing sunlight and views. Students have access to high speed internet, the latest ESL learning software and headsets. Every classroom has a large LCD smart TV's connected to the internet, while common area large screen TV's carry live broadcasts from the English speaking world.
BROWNS campuses have direct frontage to the beautiful Southport Broadwater Parklands, a sprawling green retreat perfect for sports activities and barbeques. The school’s kitchens have microwaves, fridges, filtered water systems and tea/coffee making facilities.
Students have well appointed common areas for social activities and there's a dedicated Primary School Preparation Break Zone - a place for students to play games or relax between classes under direct supervision of the Student Services team.
With four stunning campuses – located in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast – BROWNS offer you the opportunity to enjoy a superior English and Business learning experience.
Since 2003, more than 10,000 students from over 50 different countries have completed a BROWNS English Language program.
Recognised nationally and internationally for excellence in education: “Study Travel Magazine (STM) Star Awards”, “The Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards” and “The Australian Export Awards”.
Phone inquiries: +61 (0)7 5561 1192
I studied English for Academic Purposes at BROWNS English Language School on the Gold Coast for 16 weeks and am currently studying for a Diploma of Hotel Management at Griffith College Gold Coast campus followed by a Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management at Griffith University.
I am sure that studying EAP at BROWNS was the best decision I have ever made for my further study in Australia.
My EAP studies at BROWNS improved my English abilities in academic skills such as; writing more than 1,000 word essays, preparing for a presentation, taking lecture notes and much more. This has helped me so much with my Diploma study at Griffith College and I am sure will also help me with my Bachelor study at Griffith University.
I think that I would be struggling with my assignments in my Diploma study if I did not practice writing essays, preparing for presentations and taking lecture notes.
I also must say thank you to my EAP teachers named Andrea and Suzanne who were amazing and helped me a lot in my academic skills. I definitely recommend EAP at BROWNS if you have a plan to enjoy your Diploma or Bachelor study in Australia.
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