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Preparing for a Cambridge FCE or CAE course in England

Preparing for a Cambridge FCE or CAE course in England

How should I prepare for my Cambridge FCE/CAE course before coming to England?   A Cambridge Exam course in the UK is rewarding, satisfying, challenging, hard work and fun, all at once. If you are keen to make the most of the course and pass the exam at the end of it, you can’t start early enough! We suggest you prepare by looking at the following things before you come to England. About the structure of the exam: Have a look at the Cambridge websites to learn about the content and sh... Read More
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English Teacher Training Courses: Quality Facts You Should Pay Attention To

English Teacher Training Courses: Quality Facts You Should Pay Attention To

How to identify a quality English Course for Teachers Choosing a quality English teacher training courses in England isn’t easy. Your experience should be rewarding, refreshing and leave you feeling excited to begin the new school year. Quality is a subjective and sometimes very personal thing. However, the following information might help you choose the right English Language School for you. Whether you want a Teacher Training course or an English language course for teachers, below are s... Read More
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English for beginners: Top Common mistakes when learning a new language

English for beginners: Top Common mistakes when learning a new language

Learning English as a Second Language: Mistakes to avoid Just starting out? You might be making mistakes that could make learning English as a second language even harder. Have a read through our top common mistakes when learning ESL (English as a second language) to ensure you’re not doing these things wrong! (Because no one wants a harder time, especially when learning English is no easy thing.) The biggest mistake people make is being too hard on themselves. It might make you less confi... Read More
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ELC Job Club

ELC Job Club

ELC Job Club is the perfect place for students to learn about getting a job in England. From CVs to interviews, Peter our Academic Director is on hand to help. Peter has a wealth of experience in this area and has on many occasions conducted job interviews! This session of Job Club focused on interviews and preparing for common or difficult questions which may arise. Students were able to discuss and compare different answers that they would give and were given feedback from Peter. It ... Read More
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