London : World’s Best Destination

Dubai, Marrakech, Tokyo, Paris, Bali, Phuket, Barcelona, Istanbul… On a list of the 25 best-rated destinations in the world, London now holds the first place ! The Capital of the United Kingdom is now named as ‘world’s best destination for 2019’ in TripAdvisor’s annual Travellers’ Choice awards. Apart from the fact that this city is just amazing, how can we explain this position? There are several reasons explaining that top place. One of them is that London is full of activities. Indeed, you can find beautiful parks, museums (free for some of them). In London you can also find some of the best restaurants and an amazing nightlife for young and old people. As you can see, everybody can be quickly addicted to that London life! Moreover, during the past 12 months a lot of exceptional events happened in London, such as the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Football World Cup, which attracted lots of visitors, creating a buzzing atmosphere in the capital. It has been 2 months since I started my London life and I just can’t get enough of every place that I am discovering each day when I leave EC School, and even more on weekends. What I really like here in London is the number of activities but also, ( and especially) the diversity of restaurants, because food is my number one passion. Here are some pictures of London that I have taken since my arrival. Enjoy!                                                            If you would like to take part of ‘the London life experience’ and Learn English Abroad , then join us at EC School London and discover … Read more

New intern at EC London

Hi everybody! My name is Maryam, I am a 21-year-old moroccan student from France. I am studying foreign languages (english and spanish) applied to Business and Trade, in Avignon University. It is my third year and and for the last semester of my Bachelor’s degree I was given the opportunity to study or make an internship abroad, that is the reason why I have chosen the beautiful city of London! During my stay, I live in a host family with my friend from France and two other amazing girls. This is already my second week at EC London and I feel very comfortable, I learned a lot from Dan, Siham and Alice. The staff is very nice to me and so are the students. During the week I have several things to do, I begin on Monday with welcoming the new students. I take photos of them for their student ID cards. I am also in charge of answering phone calls, sending emails, chasing students and much more. It is my first experience as an intern, and I really like it. To sum up : I am 100% sure that I will miss this school and this city. If you would like to know more about us and Learn English in London please come to school to visit us! Thanks for reading, Maryam ♥

Halloween in London!

You can study English in London but it’s not all you can do! Here you have the chance to read how we celebrated the big event of Halloween. On the second of November, EC Halloween party took place in Bloomsbury Lanes! More than 200 students, teachers and staff were there from the beginning of the evening. The evening immediately became animated. The 8 attractive bowling lanes were active from the beginning! A lot of people played, try to better themselves and of course the opponents. At 19:00 we served the infamous pizza. That was very much appreciated by all. Everyone had the possibility to play unlimited games! Bowling, karaoke, table tennis, table soccer and billiards. Which party would be without a bar? Three waiters were ready to satisfy the costumer’s request behind the big bar! For obvious reasons, to let in just EC students and friends, there were two security guards at the entrance. People could leave their jackets and coats at reception because someone was looking after them. We advised students to wear some Halloween costumes or just wear some make up and they did a wonderful job! Everybody had different ideas: from the scariest one to the funniest! At the party were: vampires, bleeding nurses, policemen, clowns, living skeletons, ghosts, devils, but also Alice in wonderland, chickens, teletubbies, cowboys, tigers, cats, super heroes, unicorns and more! It was beautiful to see students so happy! The most intrepid even remained to celebrate and have fun until sunrise! EC London is active with a lot of charities. In fact, the ticket cost was to cover the cost of the party, a slice of pizza and the rest went to 3 different charity! To finish our adventure during this fantastic evening, here are a couple of shots that will remain in … Read more

Our New Academic Intern Michela

Hi everyone, My name is Michela, I’m 19 and I come from Cuneo, a small town in the north of Italy. I graduated last July: I studied languages such as French, Spanish and English at the High School in Cuneo, where I live. The last year of High School, as you probably know, is a year of big changes: everyone is thinking about what to do the following year, you have to make a lot of decisions. I was uncertain about what to do next, so I decided to take a gap year. That was surely the best decision I made so far! What am I doing here and for how long I’m going to stay here? I’m the new Academic Intern, and I’m going to stay here until the end of December. I’m here at EC London since the 6th of October and I’m really enjoying my experience. One of the best way to study English in London is to do an internship, isn’t it? EC offers great opportunities to meet people from all over the world, to know their cultures and, of course to learn new interesting things during the challenging classes. The thing that I like the most about EC school is that you can easily talk with lots of people of your age, as everyone come here with the same purpose: learning English and make some new friends. I have been asked what my hobbies are: first of all, I really enjoy travelling (that it’s one of the reason that brought me here), then I love everything that concerns with arts, for example reading, listening to music, visiting museums, watching lots of movies and tv series. I also quite enjoy having long walks with my headphones on. The main goal that I would like to achieve … Read more

Alisa R.

Alisa student of English Language Schools in London

Testimonial from Alisa Rakhubovska Alisa R. is an Ukrainian student of English Language Schools in London, she studied here for two weeks of her holiday and she was my flatmate by the host family. She really loves London and the story of Queen Elizabeth II, here below you can read her testimonial. She heard good feedback about EC English from people in Ukraine, that’s the reason why she decided to study with us in London. In the school she made a lot of friends from different parts of the world. She loved this opportunity from the school, because then she could hang out with them. Her most unforgettable memory of EC was her first day, namely the approach of all activities, which were conduct in school for newcomers. For sure she wants to recommend our school. She liked the way of teaching. In fact, she improved her knowledge of English definitely! Asking where her favourite place is to hang out or the best things to do in London, she answer: “I like spending my time in parks or somewhere outside. In case of bad weather, I will take a drink in a cosy café.” Thank you, Alisa, for your stay and hope you enjoyed it, we wish you all the best, waiting you again here or by another EC School in the world!

Michelle’s experience at EC London School

Michelle is a EC LONDON student from Switzerland. She wanted to take English Courses in London. She chose EC LONDON because her friend suggested to her. About the school Michelle thinks that all teacher are really friendly, and the school give her a relaxed atmosphere. Regarding London, she  thinks that there is always something going on, something to do! Michelle will recommend with pleasure EC London course to a friend because she thinks that the school it’s a good thing, she stayed here only 4 weeks but she learned a lot. About hanging out in the evenings, she likes Leicester square because it’s full of people. She also loves Shorediditch and Soho.   We are greatful for the positive feedback that Michelle gave to us and feel glad that she had a great time here :).

Daniele From Italy

Daniele from Italy

  Daniele is an EC LONDON student from Italy. He wanted to take General English Courses in London It was a pleasure to meet him. He left his beautiful feedback to us to share: Why did you choose to study with EC? I chose EC, because it’s one of the best English school What do you like about London? What do you like about the school? About London I like the public transport,About the school I like the fact that there are a lot of people that come from all over the world What will be your most unforgattable memory of EC? The most unforgattable moment of EC was the first day I came here. Would you recommended EC to a friend? Why? Yes, because you can improve your English, but also you can learn other culture and meet a lot of people Where is your favorite place to hang out in the evenings? What is the best thing to do on Sunday afternoon? My favorite place to hang out in the evening is Soho, The best thing to do on Sunday, If the weather is good, is going to the parks.   We are grateful for the positive feedback that Danile gave to us and feel glad that he had a great time here :).  

Welcome to Giuseppina Troiano our new Intern

Name: Giuseppina Troiano, I prefer Giusy, easier because it sounds like Juicy and everybody can make joke of it. XD Nationality: Italian Mother tongue: Italian Studies: Japanese in University Home: Naples in Italy Job at EC English School: Student Services Intern How long are you going to stay at EC? from 9th April until 31st August Other languages: English, a little bit of Japanese Hobbies: Singing and Travelling Family: There are 4 in my family, My younger brother studies in high school in Naples and my parents are living there, too. Studies and future plans: I’m graduated in Japanese language at Orientale in Naples. I wish one day to go in Japan to improve my studies. Favourite place in London: Tower Bridge What is your first impression of London? I was worried, because for me it was total brand new: food, people and also the weather. Why did you become an intern? I won an Erasmus Trainee-ship in my University and I had to find an English school, I checked on internet and here it is, the best school in London.   If you would like to know more about English Teaching Courses in London, you are more than welcome to visit our school!

Ezgi, EC Ambassador from Turkey

Ezgi is a EC LONDON student from Turkey. She wanted to take English Courses in London                         She chose EC LONDON thanks to the good reputation that it has in Turkey, and also for the beautiful position that the school has here in London. About the school Ezgi thinks that is one of the best school she has ever been in because of the splendid education system and helpful and kind teachers. Ezgi has a lot of memories about the time she spent in the school, one of them is having been an ambassador: Her most enjoyable moment is every Monday afternoon, where she always meet new students from all the world. Ezgi with pleasure will recommend the EC London course to a friend because during the time she attended the school, she was able to improve her English and at the same time had fun. About hanging out in the evenings, she thinks that Camden town is one of the best place, and about Sunday afternoon she believes that the best place to go is KOKO.   We are greatful for the positive feedback that Ezgi gave to us and feel glad that she had a great time here :).

Jeremy had a great experience at EC London

  It’s a pleasure to know him here and he left his beautiful feedback to us to share: Why did you choose to study with EC? Because it was closed to St Pancras, in the centre of London. What do you like about London? What do you like about the school? London is a cosmopolite city with always some events or activities to attend every night. And I liked the fact that some class were fun and interactive. What will be your most unforgettable memory at EC London? The chess club with Teo. Would you recommend EC to a friend? Why? Yes, because everybody is so friendly here, it looks like a little family. Where is your favourite place to hang out in the evenings? What is the best thing to do on a Sunday afternoon? The best thing to do on Sunday afternoon, it is a leisurely stroll along the Thames. And the funny thing with London, it’s the fact that you can hang out in a different place every evening. There are so many cool places to hang out!   If you need more information about English Teaching Courses in London, please visit EC London Website ?