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October newsletter

A word from Head of Business Development

Dear Student, November is one of the most inspiring months of the year. The leaves are changing colour, the air is crisp, and you can feel the weather changing. There is no denying that November marks the beginning of a joyful and unforgettable holiday season. It is also characterized by shorter days and longer, colder nights as winter begins to set in. Before we get into the holiday mindset, let’s check out what happened at UKCE during October. As always, our students attended many social activities such as going to the London Dungeon, the Holly Art Fair and to Cambridge as well as attending film clubs, conversation clubs and a CV Workshop. We also welcomed groups of Spanish and Italian students who really enjoyed their time in London. With this month’s newsletter, we have some updates which we believe you will all really appreciate. November is famous for Black Friday offers and for that we have prepared an “Early Bird Offer” which is valid until the 15th of December. With this offer, when you book 12 weeks or more, you will be given 15% off on AM or PM course fees. Another great update is that we are bringing our Evening Courses back. The classes will start in January. Get your place before it is too late. Last but not least, we are very happy to announce that UKCE has won an award for providing “Excellence in Counselling Support” by Endless Abroad, one of our most prestigious partners. We will keep doing our best to ensure you all have the best experience while studying with us. 🏆 Now, sit back, relax and enjoy our newsletter👇 Thanks Beren

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