Executive Homestay – age 18+ only
All arrivals and departures take place on Sunday.
The photographs above do not depict IH Manchester students.
£175.00 GBP per week
£200.00 GBP per week from 04/09/2017
Half board Monday – Friday, full board at weekends.
Guests enjoy their own private bathroom and a larger bedroom generally with a double bed.
All homestay hosts are carefully selected and experienced with international student care.
What to expect in homestay:
– Be treated as part of the family
– A clean bedroom equipped with a bed and storage for your clothes
– A desk or table somewhere quiet to do your homework
– Fresh towels and bed linen each week
– Weekly laundry arrangements
– English must be the main language spoken in the house
Students are expected to travel independently from homestay to the city centre school each day using public transport. Whilst settling in at the new homestay students will be advised on the best way to travel.
The cost per week of travel to the student can range from £25.00 – £30.00 per week depending on location of the selected homestay.
As all of our homestay hosts live in the nice residential areas on the outskirts of the city journey time from homestay to school can be anywhere between 20 – 45 minutes.
Meals provided in homestay accommodation:
Monday to Friday – Breakfast and evening meal
Saturday and Sunday – Breakfast, lunch and evening meal
We select our host families based upon their suitability to welcome our students. Our students come from all over the world with greatly varying cultural and ethnic backgrounds and beliefs. Our staff and host family providers accept our all of our students and welcome them unconditionally, irrespective of all these different factors. It would be completely wrong for them to do otherwise. Furthermore, as outlined in our Equality Policy, there is much well-established legislation in the UK that make it illegal to discriminate against individuals based upon gender, race, ethnicity or religion. For all these reasons, we also expect our international students to be accepting and tolerant of others who they may meet, study with and live with.