We love hearing from past students. We love hearing about their adventures here at ELC and in Cape Town. Diana touched a lot of lives here in Cape Town and certainly made the most of her African adventure.Read more Student Stories | Diana from Colombia
Do you want to improve your English? Are you already studying 6 hours a day in a classroom? Here are 5 things to do on your own to speed up the learning process.Read more 5 Ways to Improve your English
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
The friends you make here at ELC while you have this adventure of a lifetime are so important. Here we tell you why.Read more 4 Reasons your Classroom Friends are Important
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
How do you choose an English school that is going to be perfect for you? We provide some tips on things to look out for and questions to ask so that you will find the school that will best fit your personal needs and goals!Read more Finding an English School | What to Look For
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?
How can you ensure that all the progress you have made during your course is not lost when you go back home? We have summarised some basic tips here for you to use to try and maintain your English level once your course is over.Read more Practising English Back Home
Not everyone is the same. And in the EFL classroom, we also recognise that different people learn more effectively in different ways. Discover what type of learner you are in this blog post.Read more What Kind of Learner are you?