Student’s testimonial – Kokoro from Japan

Kokoro Yoshimatsu is our only Japanese student at English School EC Cape Town where she took part in general English lessons. Today is her last day and she would like to share about her stay to study English in South Africa: “I return to the studies, I am 37 years old!” “At first, I even felt a sense of guilt. But it was changed when the life of EC started. At EC School, there are various students, age, position. Nationality are all different! Even some “Mum students”! Many teachers, friends and people who I met in Cape Town taught me : “It is not too late in the life.” And I have met many students from Africa, Middle East, South America, the person who I didn’t have much in Japan. We talked about each culture, outlook on religion and thought to each country. It was a wonderful experience!” __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Student that has come and gone Another Friday, another graduation ceremony

Students that has come and gone

While one of our student is leaving English School EC Cape Town, some new faces arrived yesterday to face new challenges at school. We hope that you had or will have a good time learning the English language in South Africa! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Another Friday, another graduation ceremony Departing EC Students

What’s on guide, 12-18 of January

Happy Monday everybody! Take a look on the pictures where you can find a lot of different activities for this week. English School EC Cape Town organizes a soccer match on Thursday this week against LAL School, please book with Kévin on the 5th floor if you are interested to join! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS What’s on Guide, week 52 Table Mountain with teacher Matthew  

Another Friday, another graduation ceremony

Today’s graduation ceremony was the last day for a small group of Swiss students at English School EC Cape Town. We wish you a safe trip back home to the cold in Switzerland and all the best for your future! We hope that you enjoyed your stay at EC to study English in South Africa. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Departing EC Students Departing students and staff members

Table Mountain with teacher Matthew

Every week, the English School EC Cape Town organizes different activities for the students. This Wednesday, a large group of students visited Table Mountain during the evening. They enjoyed the magnificent sunset and view over the city and had some snacks and drinks with teacher Matthew. Table Mountain National Park is one of the most famous tourist activity around Cape Town that our students love to go to. ” The panoramic view over Cape Town is really beautiful! The EC Cape Town’s activities are good for me to discover this amazing town. ” EC Cape Town’s student Take a look at the pictures below! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Karaoke night in Camps Bay EC Students visit Table Mountain

Karaoke night in Camps Bay

Tuesday evening, many students of English School EC Cape Town went to the famous karaoke night at Dizzys Bar in Camps Bay with our intern Kévin. This evening was a good opportunity for the new students to discover the Cape Town’s nightlife and to exchange and improve their English with other people. Even some former students from EC who are now staying in Cape Town for holiday joined this karaoke activity. It was a pleasure to meet them again! Our CPE student Magdalena wanted to express her enjoyment about this evening: ” I had a memorable and enjoyable night at the karaoke bar. To study English in South Africa is a nice way to learn a new language as well as enjoying the exciting South African lifestyle! “ Click here for more pictures. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS EC Students visit Table Mountain EC Students visit Robben Island  

A letter of gratitude from Otman

Last year, Otman Altalis from Libya arrived to learn the English language in South Africa. He completed his time studying at English School EC Cape Town for 7 months and kindly wrote us a letter of gratitude with a drawing to show his appreciation of the school. ” It is a small gift for EC School that is my mother in South Africa. I can’t forget it when I arrived here I didn’t understand any word, but now I can speak with people. I extend my greetings to EC School every moment. Thank you for your concern. EC School is sunrise in my opinion. “ Dear Otman, we are really happy that you enjoyed your stay at EC and we wish you all the best for your future! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS A poem for an awesome teacher EC Cape Town’s new intern