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
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
Checking out what's on offer for students after class hours is usually not the first priority for a student looking for a language school or destination. But a social programme is an important component of your English language trip. Read why here.Read more Social Programmes – What’s the Point?
We provide a number of ways you can, and should, practice your English outside the comforts of the English classroom. Remember that learning a language does not stop once class time is over, and it's up to you to maximise every opportunity you get!Read more How Can I Practice my English Outside the Classroom?
What courses are on offer? Which course should I choose? What will my day look like and what are electives? Read here for more info on our courses, schedule and other general information.Read more English Courses and Other General Information
At the University of Cape Town students have the chance to join a wide variety of different clubs and societies. Joining the UCT English Language Centre to study English gives you access to also participate in these clubs and societies. We did a bit of research and looked into some of these clubs, and this is what we found out!Read more Joining UCT Clubs and Societies