ENGLISH IN AFRICA LANGUAGE SCHOOL
English Courses in Cape Town, South Africa
ENGLISH IN AFRICA LANGUAGE SCHOOL
English Courses in Cape Town, South Africa

About ENGLISH IN AFRICA LANGUAGE SCHOOL

English in Africa is a newly opened language school in Hout Bay - a leafy suburb of Cape Town boasting one of the best beaches in the country. The climate is warm Mediterranean and the mix of African cultures , nature, and the proximity of the city makes it an ideal destination. Our mission to teach English as a second language to people from all over the world, from absolute beginners to university level English speakers. We strive to create a professional and productive environment for our students, yet in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere , all in a very original and inspiring setting.

At English in Africa we don't believe that there is a universal way to learn a language, therefore we offer courses designed to satisfy your specific needs. You can enroll every Monday and you can choose from 2 weeks to 52 weeks course. You can individually adjust the length, intensity and focus of your study. Our school has the ambition to become the first environmentally friendly institution of its kind in Africa. Our vision is to become a completely CO2 neutral business with 0 percent non recycled waste. We cooperate with local environmentally friendly organizations and offer our students information and lectures on nature conservation and green living alternatives.

We are very passionate about Cape Town and Hout Bay in particular, and we would love to share it with you. Come and experience South Africa, a country where everyone speaks English, and discover the fascinating history and breathtaking scenery. Taking an English language course with us will allow you to get to know the fantastic natural phenomena, including fascinating nature, extensive vineyards,farms, fishing villages and small towns along the Garden Route, a world class city and above all friendly a inviting people.

WHO ARE OUR STUDENTS?

We have studets from all over the world, mainly Germany, Brazil, Korea, Japan, Russia, France and Italy. We strive to maintain a good mix of nationalities in the classrooms. There's up to 10 people in a classroom, the average is about 7. The average age of our students is about 22.

    Facilities

    The school lies on a beautiful piece of land and offers African fusion style architecture. The office and common areas are located inside a hundred year old building, which offers a kitchen facility with free coffee and tea and the possibility to have snacks and refreshments, dining/sitting lounge with a beautiful fireplace. There is a free Wi-Fi internet connection for all of our students, so you are welcome to bring your own laptop. If you don't have a computer with you, there are student computers in the common area for you to use.

    The classrooms are all located in a traditional African hut style buildings, very spacious, yet very cozy. We have only up to 10 people in a classroom, which ensures that each student can be attended to individually and still have plenty of opportunities for teamwork and multi cultural interactions. Our students come from all over the World , mainly Germany, Italy, Brazil, Russia, Korea, Angola and China. Off course, there is a multitude of other nationalities from all over Europe and other parts of the World, offering a good mix of different people in the classrooms. As you get to know all the different cultures and nationalities, this literally opens the door to the world for you, and you'll make a lot of friends for life.

    The school grounds offer large off street parking space, huge lawns for you to enjoy your breaks on, or shady garden sitting where you can relax and chat with your classmates.

    LEISURE

    There are many activities in Hout bay and Cape Town. From a typical African Safari, through extreme sports and sightseeing, to world famous restaurants and landmarks, it has a little bit for everyone. Horse riding and beach activities can be particularly enjoyed in Hout Bay, Cape Town offers a world class city destination with an African twist.
    Visa Information
    Visitors coming to South Africa are exempt from visa duty for 90 days if they hold the passport valid for at least six months after the planned return, with at least two free pages and issued in one of the following countries:
    African Union Laissez Passer, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Botswana,Brazil, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Paraguay, Portugal, San Marino, Singapore, Spain, St Vincent & the Grenadines, Sweden, Switzerland.

    The following countries do not require a visa if their passport is valid for at least six months after their planned return, has at least two free pages and their stay does not extend 30 days:
    Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Benin, Bolivia, Cape Verde, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Gabon, Guyana, Hong Kong, Hungary, Jordan, Lesotho, Macau, Malaysia, Malawi, Maldives, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Peru, Poland, Seychelles, Slovak Republic, South Korea, Swaziland, Thailand, Turkey, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

    Please note that this list is only for information purposes. Always check your visa requirements with your nearest South African diplomatic mission before departing to South Africa. Also, please contact your nearest SA embassy, if your country is not listed, before making any travel arrangements.

    How to get there

    Airport transfer will be secured by one of our associates and it is free of charge.

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      by Hirashita T.
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      語学学校というとアメリカ、イギリス、カナダ、ニュージーランド、オーストラリアというイメージがありますが、カナダに留学した経験から、日本人の少ない南アフリカを選びました。 EIAはケープタウンから少し離れたハウトベイにあって、新設の学校です。人数の多いスクールでは一人一人に目を配れないところも少数のスクールなので先生が個別に目を配れるのが良い点だと思いました。 危ないと言われている南アフリカですが、この学校ではホームステイ先まで車で送ってくれるので一度も危ない事はなかったです。 ハウトベイはビーチがキレイで、自然も多く、環境が良く、語学の勉強以外でもかなり楽しい時間が過ごせました。
      Wednesday, 27 April 2011
    • by Vieira F.
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      The big difficulty in learning a new language, in my opinion, is linked to the often quoted use of "necessity". Based on this, I decided to invest in a learning language abroad immersion program. I chose South Africa and Cape Town in particular because of its culture, climate, nature and of course good value for money. Cape Town offers many english language school options, but I chose English in Africa Language School after careful research, because they have a good location and are situated near a beautiful beach in Hout Bay, surrounded in a great mountain valley. Both school and city, exceeded my expectations in general, I really improved my English! Fabiano Vieira - [email protected] - Brasil
      Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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