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
Learning a new language can be time-consuming and exhausting, at times. Teacher Luke provides you with 3 simple tips for speeding up your English learning.Read more Learning English Faster
There are so many different types of English Exams out there, it can be difficult to decide which one is best for you. We summarise the most popular choices offered at the UCT English Language Centre here.Read more English Exams – Which One is for Me?
"If you feel ‘locked out’ of opportunities at work, UCT ELC may just have the key you need. You see, here at our campus in the shade of Cape Town’s famous mountain, you will find exceptional teachers delivering courses that have real and measurable results."Read more Unlocking Your Potential – Why you should study Business English
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 Practicing English Back Home
Wondering what homestay accommodation is? Read our blog post on the FAQs about homestay here and find out what it is, and what's included and not included in your weekly stay.Read more FAQs about Homestay Accommodation
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?
Do you need a visa to come and learn English in South Africa? It depends on what passport you hold, and how long you are intending to come to South Africa for.Read more Do I Need a Visa?
Find out more about what a Business English course is about and who it is for. We also explain how we structure the business English course at ELC, and why we do it this way.Read more Business English – What is it and Who is it For?
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