We chatted to Ndaambe shortly after she completed her 7-week intensive English course with us to find out more about this friendly, ambitious businesswoman from Namibia who runs a successful guest house, continuously educates herself and is mom to three grown children. Read here to find out more about Ndaambe.Read more Student Focus: Ndaambe from Namibia
Sometimes, the idea of going home to do your English homework after a full day of learning it in class can be tiring and exhausting. We provide some tips for those of you who are learning English intensively and struggling to find the motivation to do homework at the end of a long day too.Read more Tips for Doing your English Homework
It may seem like studying for an English exam is totally different from studying for that biology exam in high school, but while the subject matter and content might differ, the same study rules apply! Read on for some studying tips.Read more Preparing to Write an English Exam
At the UCT English Language Centre we use a 'Learner - Centred' approach to teaching English. Find out what this is all about here.Read more What is ‘Learner-Centred Teaching’?
Functional language is used to communicate in everyday situations. We use these (generally) fixed expressions in formal and informal settings to do a whole host of things like expressing an opinion, giving advice, etc. Tiaan reveals, in this blog, how we change our minds in English!Read more Functional Language – Changing your Mind
The UCT English Language Centre runs TEFL courses for people looking to go into the profession of teaching English as a foreign language. Why do a course if you speak English already? Read here to find out more.Read more A TEFL course at the UCT English Language Centre