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Meet the Team: Jenna, Social Activities Organiser

Meet the Team: Jenna, Social Activities Organiser

How long have you worked at ELC? I have been at ELC since June 2014 – so nearly two years! What does your job involve? My job as the social programme organiser means I design, plan and run the social programme for students to enhance their stay here in Brighton and help them to meet new people and try new things whilst improving their English at the same time! I do tours of London, Brighton, Oxford, Cambridge, Harry Potter Studios, we visit the London musicals and I create a different pr... Read More
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Meet the team: Andrea, Accommodation Officer

Andrea, Accommodation & Welfare Officer at ELC Brighton, is originally from the United States but has lived in England for many years. Here, she talks about some of the differences she noticed when she first came to the UK. I was born and raised in the Midwest of America.  When I was 20yrs old (in my second year of University) I decided to study abroad for six months and live with a host family.  I chose England because I was fascinated by London as a city and was listening to a lo... Read More
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Meet the team: ELC Brighton appoint new Head of Teacher Training

Ed Russell has joined ELC Brighton as the new Head of Teacher Training.  He has nearly 15 years' experience as a teacher, teacher trainer, academic manager, conference speaker, assessor and published writer both in the UK and in a number of other countries including working for the British Council in Thailand, Palestine, Bulgaria and Singapore, and NILE and Pilgrims in the UK. As a teacher trainer, Ed trained as a CELTA tutor and has significant experience of teaching and tra... Read More
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My ELC and ESOE experience by Ali, our Digital Marketing intern

My ELC and ESOE experience by Ali, our Digital Marketing intern

Ali Salvatore is on a 1-year internship with us as Digital Marketing Officer as part of his degree course in international Business at the University of Sussex. He joined us and talks about his experience so far. It has now been a month since I started my job as Digital Marketing officer for The English Language Centre and Eastbourne School of English. Before this, I had no experience in an English language school. Now, however, I believe I know why so many people from all over the world come he... Read More
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