Have you walked up Lion's Head yet? This is one of the must-dos when you are in Cape Town. This is something that we do quite regularly on our social programme.Read more Lion’s Head
Last week we told you about 3 reasons why you should choose to learn English in Cape Town including nature, shopping and a wide diversity of animals. This week it's all about art, food and wine and architecture.Read more Why You Should Choose Cape Town – Part 2
Are you keen to see as much of Cape and South Africa as possible while on your adventure here at ELC? Then go visit Kalk Bay on the train - it's an experience! It's a buzzy little town that offers picturesque views and loads of things to do, as well as tasty food.Read more Visit Kalk Bay for under R100
How well do you know Cape Town? Try our quiz about places and animals in Cape Town to test your knowledge.Read more A Quiz on Cape Town
Winter in Cape Town - sometimes better than the summer! In this blog series, Winter in Cape Town, we look at various activities including sports, cultural activities to those out in nature.Read more Winter in Cape Town – 5 sports activities
Our student come for our excellent classes but they leave raving about the friends that they have met and the fun that they had on our social programme. Here we discuss the costs of the Social Programme at UCT's English Language Centre.Read more How Much does our Social Programme Cost?
Even though cape Town is the best city in South Africa (we are biased, of course), there are so many spectacularly beautiful places to discover in the rest of the country. The question is, what are the options for travelling out of Cape Town to see the rest of these amazing places? We explore some modes of transport for travelling within South Africa in this blog post.Read more Travelling South Africa from Cape Town
Is it really possible to learn English with whatsapp? The answer is yes, and we show you how this is relevant at the UCT English Language Centre! A very special shout out to our past students who still send us wonderful greetings from afar!Read more How can Whatsapp Help you Learn English at UCT?
The University of Cape Town has 6 campuses and ELC is based on Hiddingh campus. Find out more about the benefits of being located on this particular university campus.Read more 6 Benefits of Learning on Hiddingh Campus
Students from all over the world come to our English school with the intention of learning English, and exploring Cape Town. Most of our students achieve this. But some get the added bonus of falling in love! We have written a blog post in honour of all the love birds at our school, and provide some simple tips for easing the challenge of a long distance relationship. We also highlight all the really amazing things about cross-cultural and -linguistic relationships that share English as the only thing in common.Read more Finding Love in Cape Town