Cape Studies is one of the most established English language schools in Cape Town. It’s doors first opened in Green Point, a very lively and interesting suburb of Cape Town, in 1995.
Over the years, Cape Studies has created a professional yet friendly atmosphere for their students, which sets it apart from the other language schools. The classes are dynamic, intimate, with a maximum of eight students in a classroom, and multi-cultural, with students from all over the world: Europe, Africa, South America and Asia.
Last year the school was thrilled to have been shortlisted again as one of the best language school in the Southern Hemisphere 2009 (Language Travel Magazine). It offers all the standard levels of English from beginners to advance, as well as preparation courses for different examinations. Cape Studies ensures that students achieve their language aims at the high standards it sets. Therefore, the team is well prepared to offer students a high standard of service and professional education during their time with them. It also enriches their social understanding by encouraging them to participate in the unique community project, Apple Brigade, where underprivileged children meet with our language students.
Cape Studies is proud to be located in Cape Town, in contrast to many English language learning destinations around the world. Cape Town is a cosmopolitan city with everything to offer – spectacular views, breathtaking beaches, history, beautiful landscape, Mediterranean climate, good food & wine which contribute both to its easy-going lifestyle and affordability.
Cape Town is definitely a special place to be. It combines the light, colours and sound of Africa with the colonial heritage of Europe, and Arab-Asian influence. In Cape Town, the “world is (quite literally) your oyster” as there is so much to explore, making each day an unforgettable experience. Staff and students love the city and want to share it with you! CAPE STUDIES – THE SUNNY SIDE OF LEARNING ENGLISH
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