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March newsletter

Dear Student,  


April awakens: Let’s welcome springtime splendour in London. As April arrives, the city awakens to the gentle embrace of spring. Cherry blossoms burst into bloom, painting the parks and streets with hues of pink and white, while the crisp air carries the scent of fresh beginnings. Londoners and visitors alike emerge from winter's hibernation, eager to explore the city's myriad attractions and outdoor spaces. From leisurely strolls along the Thames embankment to picnics in Hyde Park, there's a palpable sense of excitement in the air as the city embraces the longer days and warmer temperatures. Cafes spill onto sidewalks, offering al fresco dining experiences, and cultural venues host a plethora of events, from art exhibitions to music festivals, ensuring there's something for everyone to enjoy.  


Are you equally excited as we are? Therefore, before we delve into anything else, let's first review the latest edition of our monthly newsletter. We're eagerly looking forward to sharing the latest updates, blogs, and news from the UK College of English! ⭐  


To discover more, you know the next step. ⬇️ 


XX Beren  

Evening English Classes

Our evening English classes will start on April 8th. These classes are perfect for those who have busy daytime schedules but still want to improve their English skills.

Have you checked out our Skilled workbook Intermediate?

It's a fantastic resource to enhance your English proficiency. Grab your copy now and take your English to the next level!

Extracurricular activities

April is going to be fantastic! We have exciting things planned.

Join us for these fun events, boost your skills, and have a great time together!

Tips to ace your English test for Citizenship

So you’ve decided on the right course for you and booked your place. It might go without saying, but the experts on the particular test you’ve chosen will be the teacher of your class. In this blog I’ll suggest some things you might want to think about when preparing for your citizenship test, but if your teacher tells you something different, go with them!

5 top tips for IELTS writing task 2 

I wouldn’t recommend trying the IELTS exam without doing a course first. The IELTS exam tests both your vocabulary, your receptive skills (listening, reading, writing and speaking) and your ability to express your opinions in a structured way. A course at UKCE will focus on all of these aspects, your teacher will provide you support and tips, and you can study with a classmate in your free time.

Proving your English ability for the British citizenship test 

So you’ve decided to stay in the UK. Welcome! I’ll be referring at first to the government website, which is a little confusing and needs some decoding, and after that I’ll look at the tests available at the four approved test providers. You may well be at level B1 already, but unfortunately you need to prove this through one of those test providers.

Interesting Facts about England 


London, the capital city of England is one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities in the world. We are bringing you some fun facts about London, the second most-visited city in the world.

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