“So often you find that the students you are trying to inspire are the one’s that inspire you.” Over the years I have had many laughs with my students when translating words from their language into English. I’d like to share a few. Toes ….foot fingers Thumb ….big man finger Wrist watch …small time on … Continue reading Debbie Epstein, English Language Teacher at Cape Studies Shares Reasons Why She Loves Teaching
Freelancing is often a perfect fit for people studying abroad. After all, if you're willing to embrace the freelance mentality and you can conduct your business either online or over the phone, then you can keep earning money, no matter how far from home your adventures happen to take you. Credit of the featured photo … Continue reading Freelancers: Join Cape Studies and Carry On With Your Work While Abroad
The New York Times shared an article a coupe of months ago, "South Africa, One Nation United by the Grill", a great piece by Julia Moskin, New York Times food reporter. Well known South African chefs share their thoughts and cooking tips of this popular dish. It is no surprise why a good Braai is … Continue reading Braai Night at Cape Studies in Cape Town
No more study permit problems! Cape Studies English language school based in Cape Town, South Africa, has the pleasure of announcing that it has officially received its accreditation through the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO). Follow the link to the complete press release Cape Studies Press Release -QCTO Accreditation.
Though studying abroad opens the door to many new and exciting adventures, it's important to remember that your education is also a priority. That's why, to have a truly successful experience while studying abroad, you'll need to balance work and play while you're away. Unfortunately, achieving the delicate balance between work and play isn't always … Continue reading Balancing Work and Enjoyment While Studying English in Cape Town
"Hello, everyone. I am Mehmet. I come from Turkey. I would like to tell you about my experience in Cape Town, as well as at Cape Studies Language School. I arrived in Cape Town on 23rd August and I spent almost 7 months at Cape Studies." Continue reading Mehmet's testimonial.
Regardless of if it's just for a semester or for several years, it can be hard being away from loved ones while studying abroad. Just because you happen to be in a different part of the world than your family and friends, however, doesn't mean you are ever truly alone. By making the effort to … Continue reading How to Keep in Touch with Loved Ones at Home While Studying Abroad
As winter in the Southern Hemisphere approaches, it is good to know that Cape Studies has put a list of activities together. Below are Simoné's top recommendations. Paragliding is amazing as you see some of the premier paragliding sites of Table Mountain, Beaches and scenic parts of Cape Town. A trip to Cape Point and … Continue reading Simoné’s Top Winter Activities Recommendations
http://www.studytravel.network/magazine/news/South_Africa_Russia_visa_90_days Welcoming the news, Jens von Wichtingen, Director of Cape Studies, told StudyTravel Magazine, "The Russian market is absolutely new for us; we admit that we have very much ignored this huge market up to now due to the fact that it was very difficult for clients from Russia to get tourist/study permits for South Africa."
There are many reasons why learning English is a worthwhile venture. First, English is a global language that often provides the common ground for speakers who don't speak each other's native languages. Next, a basic understanding of English is often recommended, or even required in some cases, for those seeking admittance to a top university … Continue reading Five Reasons It’s Worth Learning the English Language