Do you want to move to a higher level? This blog explains how we assess our students' progress. It is not just testing! Testing is only a part it.Read more How Do We Measure Your Progress here at ELC?
Bruna, who came to Cape Town, with her husband, Guilherme, tells us about her amazing visit to Cape Town and ELC. Here's a sneak peek: "What has been your best memory in Cape Town so far? (a day, or an event, or a weekend…?) I did different things in Cape Town during that time that I have never done before like jumping from the bridge in a bungy jump, hiking Lions Head, kayaking on a river and many others. But my new friends are the best part of that time. Friends from different countries and different cultures. I hope to see them again and who knows visit their countries." It's always about the people!Read more Student Stories | Bruna from Brazil
UCT's English Language Centre is open ALL year round so you can start on any Monday. How does the school year work? Find out more below.Read more How the Year Works at ELC
What does a normal day at ELC look like? What will you be doing every day, Monday to Friday? In this blog, we tell you everything you need to know about your day at ELC.Read more A Day at ELC
Every Friday we celebrate a short graduation for our students who have completed their course with us. This is a special moment where students receive their certificate, but also get to say a few words to the teachers and their classmates. Read four speeches in this blog post.Read more Graduation Day Speeches
End of term has become quite an exciting time at ELC! In this blog post we explain what a term is, what we do and what you can look forward to at the end of our 10-week term.Read more End of Term at ELC
Which language is the easiest (or most difficult) one to learn? We take a brief look at this question and discuss why answering it is not as straight forward as one may think.Read more Which Language is the Easiest to Learn?
Is it possible to learn a language by only focusing on the grammar? In this blog we argue that in order to learn an English that people actually use and will actually understand today, grammar plays the same role as all the other elements! No one aspect of a language is more important than the other, and learners should approach their English learning in a holistic way.Read more Grammar in the English Language Classroom
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