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EC Cape Town



With a brand new designer finished school, in the heart of the city, EC Cape Town is just a few streets away from all the action of famous Long Street. The school is warm and welcoming with fantastic facilities and situated in a beautifully renovated heritage building.

Craig Leith

Centre Director

Rifqah Brenner

Student Service Coordinator

Centre Info

  • Launched: 2006
  • Centre capacity: 180
  • Classrooms: 12
  • Minimum age: 16
  • Students per class: Average 12 (Max 15)
  • Cambridge Exam testing centre
  • EC English Cape Town is registered as a Private College with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) in South Africa. EC’s registration number with DHET is 2018/FE07/034.

School Includes

  • 10 internet connected computers
  • Free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the centre
  • Library
  • Self-study room
  • Student lounge
  • Interactive whiteboards throughout
  • Social and cultural programme

Add to your course

ENGLISH PLUS: Safari


Address

New address:
EC Cape Town
Redefine North Wharf 1st floor
42 Hans Strijdom Avenue
Foreshore
Cape Town

Phone

+27 (0) 2142 24111

Emergency Number

 +27 (0) 8488 66342

Opening Hours

0800 - 1700 GMT+1

Location

  • Located in the central business district
  • School in historical Heritage Building
  • Only a few blocks from famous V&A Waterfront
  • Great location for shops, dining and entertainment
  • Surrounded by some of the top hotels in Cape Town
  • Just opposite Cape Town’s newest and tallest skyscraper, called Portside.


Nationality Mix

  • Saudi Arabian
    25%
  • Brazilian
    17%
  • Yemeni
    10%
  • Swiss
    9%
  • Turkish
    3%
  • French
    6%
  • Other
    31%
  • Libian
    2%

Age Mix

  • 16 - 17
    5%

  • 18 - 20
    26%

  • 21 - 25
    32%

  • 26 - 30
    14%

  • 31 - 40
    14%

  • 41 - 50
    5%

  • 51+
    3%



Student Testimonial

Hello, my name is Renato Teixeira, and I’m student from EC Cape Town. I arrived in Cape Town in March of this year to study English.
Though, once I arrived at school I could only study for 2 days. After that the school administration suggested that I study online until the government gave them the permission to open the school again. It was supposed to take only 1 month until we got back to school but in this period of time the cases in the South Africa had been rising dramatically and I could understand why we couldn’t come to school.
Since that time, I was studying online for 6 or 7 months and now we’re back at school. We began on 26th October.
The school administration has been doing a great job to make us safe: you have sanitizer in every corner; the toilets are always clean; the classrooms are very organized and are cleaned before and after each class with the proper space between students. I can say that we have a great atmosphere inside of the class even if we have students for different levels together. We have been going well mainly because our teacher, Richard Hill, has been doing an amazing work. I feel that me and my schoolmates are learning a lot with him. So, I can say that is good to be back.

Renato Teixeira
Angola



Sample Activities

  • Monday


    Welcome Event Welcome Event

    Welcome event for new students. Come and make some new friends!



  • Tuesday


    Wine Tour Wine Tour

    Journey around the Cape's beautiful vineyards.



  • Wednesday


    Access Park Shopping Access Park Shopping

    Cape Town's biggest shopping area.



  • Thursday


    City Tour City Tour

    Visit all the sights of the city.



  • Friday


    Surfing Surfing

    Surfing in Muizenberg & Kalk Bay surfing lessons in Muizenberg-the famous surfers beach.



  • Saturday


    Cape of Good Hope Tour Cape of Good Hope Tour

    Come and explore the wonders of the Cape peninsula. Full-day tour.



  • Sunday


    Victoria and Alfred Waterfront Victoria and Alfred Waterfront

    Spend a relaxing day at this scenic spot.