The Language Tuition Centre or LTC Ladies' College of English was highly successful and two more schools were opened in London and Norwich. Over time, fewer and fewer girls dreamed of becoming a “lady”, and demand for LTC's courses declined.
In 1983 LTC admitted its first male students and became a more conventional language school.
In 2010 LTC Eastbourne became the headquarters of the Language Teaching Centres group of schools, which has schools in London and Brighton as well as an affiliated school in Paris.
Compton Park, Eastbourne
by Mark Matlach
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