Sunday, September 20, 2020

Sign up for English Courses: South Africa


Improve your language skills at English Schools in South Africa

South Africa has a total population of around 47 million and English is the country’s lingua franca being the primary language of business, government and South Africa boasts amazing landscapes and fantastic sightseeing as a great backdrop to your language learning. English schools in South Africa combine this with the opportunity to be taught by native English speakers whilst soaking up a multi-cultural atmosphere.

The Republic of South Africa lies at the southern tip of the African continent. The terrain consists of an extensive interior plateau (1,000 to 2,000 meters), Savanna, desert, mountains and narrow coastal plains. The climate is generally moderate, with sunny days and cool nights. The average mean temperature is remarkably uniform at commerce. This makes South Africa a great place to study English courses. The seasons are reversed from those in the northern hemisphere.


SA-CapeTown(mountain2)175.jpg Bantry Bay, Cape Town
A small, friendly South African English school with a homely environment, providing personalised attention for all students and only 100m from the beach and 15 minutes from the downtown Cape Town. The school is located in Bantry Bay, Cape Town, the safe 'upmarket' area, very close to good accommodation, shops, restaurants, the city, beaches and nightlife. The school is close to all public transport. Students come to us from all countries around the world. Official examination centre for the London Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Learn more..

If you would like to apply for English courses in South Africa please fill in an admissions form or if you require any further information on South Africa English schools please contact us.  
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