Abdul, Kaashiefa and Kevin leave the EC family

This Friday is a sad day at EC Cape Town as Abdul, Kaashiefa and Kevin are leaving us. Abdul worked at English School EC Cape Town for 4 years, whereas Kaashiefa and Kevin worked for the last 2 months. “ It is with great sadness that I have to say farewell to all the wonderful staff and teachers of EC Cape Town and also not forgetting the amazing students from all across the globe. I would like to say that it was an absolute pleasure for me to be part of the EC Family and to serve all of you for the past 4 years. I will never forget you and you all have a special place in my heart. Farewell my friends!” Abdul Jacobs “I would like to thank all the EC staff, teachers, students that made my experience unforgettable and helped me through my studies and my internship. It was really nice to meet you all, I won’t forget you! I’m going to travel around Africa for the next few weeks but you’re welcome to visit me in Switzerland!” Kevin Gasperi “I’ve enjoyed the time that I spent here at EC being part of the EC family. It’s been a great experience both personally and professionally. I will miss Kevin especially and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. I hope he will return to Cape Town soon! This is not a goodbye from me as I will keep in touch with my EC family!” Kaashiefa Majal In addition, some of our EC staff would like to show their gratitude about the hard work they have done and their assistance with the students. ”It is a sad day indeed. Today we bid farewell to the most important person at EC. Abdul has been with us for … Read more

Today’s graduation ceremony

This Friday at English School EC Cape Town, we had to say goodbye to students from all over the world like Japan, Switzerland, Libya and Reunion Island! We know that some of them are going to travel in other place, so enjoy your next trip! For the others, we wish you a safe trip back home! Click here if you want to see more pictures. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Student that has come and gone Another Friday, another graduation ceremony

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

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

Departing EC Students

This Friday we had to say goodbye to some students which stayed for a short time, as well as for a very long time at EC’s English Centre in Cape Town. We hope everyone of you has a great Christmas and a happy New Year! For the complete album of the graduation ceremony click here. Leaving is not always easy but it has to be done sometimes. We wish you lots of success on your further way. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS A visit to the Slave Lodge Christmas Dinner

Departing EC Students

Unfortunately it was that day of the week again that we had to say goodbye to some beloved and respected students at EC’s English Centre in Cape Town. EC Cape Town wishes that your new degree will be a source of success you so richly deserve! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Graduation EC Students Departing students and staff

A poem for an awesome teacher

Like some of you might know, teacher Sheetal is going to leave our English language center in South Africa this Friday. Mohamed Algantri, student at EC Cape Town, wanted to show his appreciation for this teacher and wrote her a poem.. The Sun Our day starts with the sunrise. The sun shines, gives peace and happiness to the world. It gives smile to the face and it gives love to the heart. We can’t wake up and feel relieved without the sun although it hides sometimes at night. However, it will shine and rise again. Actually the sun changed her name to Sheetal Makhan. She is the sun, humble, hard-working-optimistic, powerful and ambitious. She is our teacher, she teaches you how to love, help, respect and how to use them. She is an angel on the earth. I have been studying for ten months, I have not seen her angry, bored and depressed. Her mirror are students. When she helps, she feels amazed. When she supports, she feels terrific and when she sees your smile, she feels ecstatic. I go to school every day, every lesson and I find her busy with some students or things even when she is on lunch break.  As I knew her from the first day. Simply she is the key for any locks to any problems or advices, because she knows how to deal with everyone and everything. She has her own flag, do not give up, as she became our flag. Beautiful like the sun and attractive like the moon. Confident when she teaches, generous when she gives and hopeful when she smiling. She is like the fire strong and brave, water fresh and lively. We have learnt a lot from her and she has chosen her decision in life. I and EC would like to wish her all the best … Read more

Graduation Party at EC Cape Town

Last Friday we had another graduation ceremony at our English Language center in Cape Town. It was quite a special one because we didn’t only say goodbye to our graduation students, but also to our well beloved teacher Nasreen. It was really nice having all of you at EC! Special thanks to Nasreen, who focused on many things like for example teaching IELTS for the last few years. We hope to see you around sometime! Click here for the full album. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Graduation EC Students New Director of Studies

Graduation ceremony of English Language students

Only a couple of students graduated last Friday. Such a small group but such great people! We hope you enjoyed our English Courses in Cape Town and we loved  having you at our English Language School in South Africa. All the very best for the future!   __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter   RELATED BLOG POSTS Graduation ceremony of English Language students Graduation ceremony 3th of October