EC Cape Town is working in tandem with Arbeiten in Kapstadt, a German recruitment agency in Cape Town. Arbeiten in Kapstadt offers German speakers a variety of positions in Marketing, IT, Hospitality and Catering, Design and many more. Part-time, full-time and casual positions are available. Based on the South African immigration law, students on an English language course are allowed to work 20 hours per week. Working while you learn English in Cape Town will not only help you finance your stay, but will give you practical experience and look great on your CV! Job seekers are welcome to get further information on Arbeiten in Kapstadt’s website: www.arbeiteninkapstadt.com.
This week more than 40 students from EC Cape Town went up Lion’s Head. Nobody wanted to miss this great possibility to watch two astonishing events of nature. Not only was there a beautiful sunset but also a breathtaking full moon. Capetonians reported that they have never seen so many people on Lion’s Head as on that night.
Sarah Jones might be the most common name in Britain, but there is nothing common about Sarah Jones, one of EC Cape Town’s great new teachers. She came to Cape Town just to stay for a month and ended up staying for good. Easy to understand since Cape Town seems to be the perfect place to live for Sarah. She doesn’t only love the sound of the ocean but is also willing to spend her last penny for good food – something we have plenty of in our city. With a bachelor’s degree in politics and sociology she came from London to South Africa. First teaching at another school in Cape Town she soon came to EC. It’s the diversity of students here at EC she loves the most, she explained to me. Sarah is very passionate about her profession, so she can’t see herself doing anything else other than teaching.