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Could you be a host family for international students?


Since 2015, local company ISE (International Student Experiences) has welcomed over 10,000 students from across Europe, successfully matching them with host families for short-term trips. Not only are these experiences


culturally enriching, they can generate a welcome income for the host family as well! Many international schools are keen to visit England and stay in ISE’s fl agship hosting areas in Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks. Host families are located within


the surrounding areas and can be couples with or without children, retired or single people. Stephanie Heymer, Founder and Director of ISE, asked some of her regular host families to share their experiences of having international students stay with them.


Sarah, Bradley and Charlie We welcome the students as we would want our family members to be looked after. We provide them with a bed in our otherwise empty spare rooms. After collecting them from their cultural programme in the evening, we have dinner together. They love trying all the traditional English meals! After


fi nding out about their day, we often sit down to a game of cards and learn more about each other’s way of life. After a quick breakfast in the morning, we give the students a packed lunch and drop them off to meet their friends and teachers for their busy day ahead.


Tracie We have been pleasantly surprised at how easily hosting has fitted in with our busy lives. The students normally arrive on a Monday evening and go home after three or four nights. We have met some wonderful people


and it has been a great way for us to have a little window into the lives and culture of people living in different parts of the world.


Sarah, Richard, Harry and Miles We originally heard of ISE’s reputation in West Kent and of their commitment to supporting local businesses and the local economy through tourism. ISE have always been very supportive and we get clear and timely information which ensures the whole process runs very smoothly. During the time we have been


connected to ISE we have got to know Stephanie and the team. They are passionate about showcasing our wonderful area through unique cultural and educational experiences. We are always recognised and valued by ISE for doing a good job - it makes being a host mother even more pleasurable!


International Student Experiences


To fi nd out more about being a host family please call Stephanie Heymer on 07555 548 470, email info@isegb.co.uk or visit www.isegb.co.uk


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