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July newsletter

A word from Head of Business Development

Dear Student,

Another month, another change and August is here — ushering in the end of summer and painting the world in the warm hues of sunflowers and sunset skies! It’s a month that feels slow and easy as we savour the heat and begin to settle back into our routines as the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born.

To help you bask in the golden light of August, we’ve curated a selection of activities and notable events that you can do to help you enjoy London during August.

And because we are UKCE, we have highlighted what has happened this month and what’s new in our campus. The enormous change that we have in August is our new 4-day programmes which we believe you will love. Having General English classes alongside the extracurricular activities every Friday accompanied by a teacher to help you utilise what you’ve learnt in the classroom.

So, whether you’re soaking up the sunlight, celebrating an August birthday, or just looking to add a sunbeam of positivity to jumpstart the month, our newsletter is for you. Scroll all the way through to find out more from us.

Hope you enjoy 😉


What happened in UKCE in July?

Upcoming Events

Would you like to meet new people? Would you like to keep learning English outside the school?

The UKCE experience goes far beyond the classroom. Our extracurricular activities are a great way to meet other students and continue developing your language skills. Everyone’s invited to come and join us.

​For more information contact

What the British mean vs what the British say

In our latest blog post, written by our teacher Tom, we're going to explore "What the British mean vs. what the British say." You know, sometimes British English can be a bit tricky to understand. But don't worry, Tom will help us figure out what they really mean when they say certain things. We'll learn some common phrases and expressions used in the UK, and it'll make communicating with Brits a lot easier. Get ready to have fun and improve your understanding of British culture in this cool blog post! Enjoy!

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Things to do in August in London

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