Our English Language School in Cape Town is committed to the highest standards in education and English language training. We attract students from all over the world including South America, Europe, Asia and other parts of Africa - from over 30 different countries. Our dedicated and experienced team is proud to offer you a comprehensive and unforgettable English language learning experience!
We assess our teachers on a regular basis and provide on-going teacher training so as to keep up to date with new and proven teaching methodologies. This combined with the most current English teaching materials ensures that our students get the maximum benefit from all their courses.
We evaluate our students on arrival and place them in a study course according to their level of knowledge of English. Our English classes are intimate, with no more than 10 students per class. The Students are mainly adults between 18 and 45 years old.
Students from all over the world come to to learn English at our English Language School. Learning English in Cape Town means far more than just language training - it means experiencing one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Cape Town is known as the place of dreaming, and it's easy to see why. With miles of seemingly endless ivory sand, littered with the largest variety of shells washed up by the tide, and some of the best bathing beaches - it's a special place for any beach bum. Cape Town as it is affectionately known, is sandwiched between the scenic garden route and sunshine coast - so called as this region has more sunshine hours than any other.
Our gloriously temperate climate has a mere 5 degree midday difference between summer and winter, with a summer maximum average temp of 27 degs and minimum average temp of 19 degs. The summers are warm with a very temperate humidity level. Winters are mild and pleasant, and it is significant that water sports are practised year-round.
Cape Town has a lot to offer English Language students. So make the right choice today and experience this town while studying English in South Africa. Come and explore and see Cape Town with your own eyes. Once you are back home, you will surely miss the Cape of Good Hope.