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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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Ten websites for improving your English online

Ten websites for improving your English online

Top 10 Websites for improving your English Online Many of our language students come to us to learn English not just because they want to but because it’s a smart thing to do. With English being one of the main languages in global economic use many businesses and individuals are turning to England and learning the language to improve their chances of being successful in their futures. But what do you do if you don’t have the time to join an English language course? What do you do if ... Read More
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Interviews with the team: Keren talks to us about being a homestay provider

Interviews with the team: Keren talks to us about being a homestay provider

Keren works as administration assistant here at Eastbourne School of English. She is often one of the first people that students meet when they arrive at the school, and she is in charge of organising our Fifty Plus social programmes. Keren is also a host mum and talks about why she enjoys the experience. "I love being a host mum and we have been a host family for 7 years. I feel it is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do for yourself, your family and the students. I certainly don’t d... Read More
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80 weeks of scholarships for 80 years

80 weeks of scholarships for 80 years

This year Eastbourne School of English is celebrating its 80th anniversary. The school was established in the summer of 1936 by Miss Frances Batchelor who had the dream of encouraging young people to learn the English language and to build friendships between the nations of the world. It became a not-for-profit educational charity in 1966 to ensure that her dream could continue, and to be a champion for the highest standards in English language teaching. Today Eastbourne School of English is sti... Read More
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An Amazing Three Years at ESOE

An Amazing Three Years at ESOE

As some of you may know by now I have taken the very difficult decision to leave Eastbourne School of English and move to Australia.  It has been a dream of mine since I was very young and seeing as I’ll be thirty in a few years, it really is now or never! I can’t express how much I have loved working here. It’s been a constant pleasure to wake up every morning and look forward to coming to work. I don’t think many people are lucky enough to have that. I think this g... Read More
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We saved 32 trees in 2013

We saved 32 trees in 2013

ESOE has won an award for its recycling efforts! Recycling has become one of the most important issues in terms of the sustainability of our planet and its resources. It is estimated that 3-6 billion trees are cut down each year, this is not great given trees produce the oxygen that we breathe! At ESOE we are cutting the use of paper year by year and recycling everything we can to try and minimise our impact on the environment. All the paper that we do use is recycled as well as glass, bottles, ... Read More
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Test your English online!

Test your English online!

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new online English test. The test is a perfect way to check your level of English before you arrive at the school. The test is comprised of 50 multiple choice questions that test your understanding of English and, at the end of the test, we give you a level from Beginner to Advanced or A1 to C2 on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).  Once you know your English level you can see which English courses are suitable for ... Read More
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ESOE class of 1961

ESOE class of 1961

In June 2013, we had a visit from two of our former students. Rosemarie Dehning and Edith Fuester met and became lifelong friends at Eastbourne School of English. They came to Eastbourne in 1961 to prepare for a Cambridge examination. 52 years later, they visited the place that has held some of their most treasured memories.  Eastbourne School of English was founded in 1936 so it is steeped in history. Some of this history is recorded in books and photos, gathering ... Read More
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4 reasons why learning English is so important

4 reasons why learning English is so important

4 Reasons Why Learning English is so Important English is the language of science, of aviation, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. Knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within your home country or for finding work abroad. It’s also the language of international communication, the media and the internet, so learning English is important for socialising and entertainment as well as work! Let’s look at the top 4 reasons why st... Read More
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