Cape Studies English Language School in Cape Town Receives QCTO Accreditation

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.


South Africa opens visa-free access for Russia – Study Travel News 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."

English + Surfing Programme in Cape Town

"Surfing is an integral part of South African culture. From the colder Cape waters to the tropical warmth of the Indian Ocean, young and old mingle at popular surf spots from early morning until sundown with a single goal – to pick the best wave of the day and ride it all the way to … Continue reading English + Surfing Programme in Cape Town

Nelson Mandela Day 18.07.2011

67 minutes for Mandela! Cape Studies, celebrated Nelson Mandela’s 93 birthday on Monday by gathering a group of volunteers (teachers and students) to help the community. The students were divided into two groups: cleaning cots at Somerset hospital and feeding the homeless at The Haven (shelter). Our students were very excited when they heard about … Continue reading Nelson Mandela Day 18.07.2011

International Day at Cape Studies – 21.04.2011

We divided the school into four continents: Africa, South America, Europe and Asia Each nationality represented their continent through music, food and drinks, pictures and posters about their countries. Our students with the assistance of our teachers put a lot of effort into this project and it was a great success. Students and teachers both … Continue reading International Day at Cape Studies – 21.04.2011