Do you love aquatic fish but are scared to swim in the ocean? Or perhaps you want to see the serenic colors, textures and sizes of the fishes from the deep blue South African ocean? Here at EC Cape Town we try our utmost best to allow our students to experience and see the beauty of Cape Town and what we have to offer. Last week , students joined Ophelie to the Two Oceans Aquarium at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. They saw lots of different types of fish and even got to play with the Penguins! EC Cape Town, the only South African based English school under the EC flag, hosts many students that comes to study English, as well as see the beauty of South Africa. We have lots of fun activities for our students and we try to accommodate each students requests, whether it is to see the famous Table Mountain, or to simply experience the South African Townships, we do our very best to ensure that before their English course ends that their wishes are made real. Memories are a very important factor, especially when travelling abroad and meeting new people, our aim is to have our students look back and only have fond memories of their stay here at EC Cape Town. As a student enrolled on one of EC’s academic English programs, you get the opportunity to join your fellow students to attend many exciting events, activities as well as safari tours all around Cape Town and South Africa. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Lion’s Head 2 Day Safari ~ 4- 5 May
EC Cape Town offers free academic activities and services to all students. During these activities students are able to enhance their English skills by interacting with teachers and students at all levels one on one and in group settings. Among the free activities is our weekly Pronunciation Workshop where students improve vowel and consonant pronunciation as well as word stress and natural intonation. Join a teacher every Wednesday from 15h15 in Room 5.10 for a free pronunciation class. See June schedule below: __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Free Pronunciation class today!!!!! Pronunciation March 2014
Winter has hit Cape Town and what better way than to get cosy than sipping a delicious cup of hot chocolate? Nicoletta (Director Of Studies) and Rifqah (Accomodations Officer) were found enjoying a steaming cup of hot chocolate in the lounge. Here is how to make an awesome, toasty cup for you and your friend or you can even make some, put it in a flask and bring it to EC Cape Town, the best English Language School in South Africa, to share with your classmates and English teacher. Nicoletta will happily do a taste- test:) Nicoletta’s Chill Fighting Hot Choc: Makes 2 cups. Half a slab of your favourite milk chocolate 200ml Hot milk Honey or Caramel (if you like) A handful of mini marshmallows Whipped cream Directions: Melt the chocolate in the microwave (stir every 5 seconds). Pour the hot milk and chocolate in a bowl and whisk. Pour into cups, top with the whipped cream, marshamallows and drizzle with honey or caramel. Alternatives: You can get ready whipped cream in a can. Nestle makes yummy hot chocolate powder- it makes more cups but less creamy. Remember- this is extra delicious if you share it, #ecexperince!! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows! EC Cape Town’s International Food Festival
EC Cape Town is rearing to go with the Fifa World Cup countdown. Hosted in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the 2014 football matches are set to light sparks all around the globe and with EC Cape Town being the best English Language school in South Africa, we want our students to celebrate and part take in this jovial event, right here, at their home away from home. With students excited to see their country part take in this global event, it is a reassurance to see the glow on their faces when the topic of the world cup arises. EC Cape Town DOS, Nicoletta grabbed this opportunity with both hands, and decided to have our Student lounge decorated for the occasion, and to also have our staff members come dressed in their world cup gear, all to take place on Thursday, 12 June 2014, when the Opening ceremony is to happen. Stay tuned to our Facebook page and blog, and don’t forget to upload your #ecexperience. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS World Cup 2010 Learn English at the World Cup
EC Cape Town staff goes through great lengths to ensure that the students are happy, despite the time of day we want to know how our students are feeling and what their requests are. I pulled aside a few students to get their point of views of what they experience at EC and what their thoughts are of the the staff and their fellow students, this is what they had to say: -Huseyin Arslanyurekli from Turkey “I like EC school and I enjoy my classes. I care about my friends” -Konstatin Telnov from Russia “EC is a very good school!” -Corine Kung from Switzerland “EC is a good organized school. There are a lot of helpful people/ teachers. So its nice to stay here.” -Hesham Baraka from Libya “I feel very happy because I have good teacher.” We strive for success and we strive to see each of our students excel in what they do. We consider each student a new member of our ever growing family and we appreciate their efforts to get good grades. We offer an exclusive range of activities and Free classes to ensure that the students stay with us will be informative and memorable. Do you know of a friend or family member that would like to learn English and experience the beauty of South Africa’s Cape Town all at once? Please feel free to tell them how awesome your experience has been and also the wonders of EC Cape Town and the beauty of the Mother City- Cape Town. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Students received FREE supplementary study material! EC English Language Students volunteer at Rainbow Dreamers Project in Cape Town
Ever wanted to be featured exclusively on the EC Facebook page and Blog? Well, we have some great news for you, EC has now allowed you the opportunity to be able to share your favorite pictures and even videos on our EC Facebook page. We love to know what the students get up to in their free time, and we love to see the places you have visited, the foods you have tasted and the beautiful scenery you got to see and also experience, and now its all possible, why not share it with the rest of the world, and even become famous while doing so :)!! It is all very simple: Upload your photo or video on the EC Cape Town Facebook Page Add in a small text i.e. what you were doing, where you were and who you were with. Add in #ecexperience Post Its as simple as that, now you can share your #ecexperience with just about everyone, everywhere at anytime!! EC Cape Town offers exciting and fun activities- one for each day of the week. Come and see our cool What’s On guide at Reception and speak to Ophelie to book any of your favorite activities. Also available are awesome Safari experiences, simply have a look at the Reception Notice Board and speak to Ophelie to arrange. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures and let us know what your #ecexperience was like. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Activities this week EC’s Academic English Students will see the musical “Show Boat” live in South Africa!