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April newsletter

Dear Student,  


I hope you're all doing well as we enter the wonderful month of May! With nature in full bloom, it's a time for fresh starts and new opportunities. Let's embrace the longer days and exciting beginnings ahead! 


Last month, UKCE was bustling with exciting developments. We launched some fantastic new blogs on our website, all aimed at making English learning more engaging and immersive, right here in the heart of the city. We're really proud of these additions and believe they'll make a real difference to your learning experience. 


We were also thrilled to welcome the TBL Idiomas group to our language-learning community! It was an exciting journey together, full of new experiences and discoveries.  


Plus, we've gathered some insightful feedback from our students about social activities, making new friends, and learning from each other, which we can't wait to share with you. 


Be sure to check out our newsletter for more details on what's been happening and what's coming up next. Let's make May a month to remember, filled with learning, growth, and plenty of fun together! 


To discover more, simply take the next step.⬇️ 


XX Beren  

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