Learn to speak English in Pretoria, South Africa
The University of Pretoria has recently launched the Centre for Language Learning. International students from non-English speaking countries can now learn to speak English at one of the top universities in South Africa, and become part of an exciting and vibrant campus. Join a part of the South African rainbow nation and immerse yourself in an English-speaking environment.
STUDY ENGLISH ABROAD
The Centre for Language Learning offers you the chance to learn to speak English at one of the top universities in South Africa. Join us and live a unique experience abroad!
EFL COURSES IN PRETORIA
English is one of the main keys to success in life. The full-time EFL courses offered by the Centre for Language Learning at the University of Pretoria (UP) are perfect for international students who are foreign language speakers
EFL COURSE DATES
The Centre for Language Learning at the University of Pretoria offers five intakes during the year. Six levels are offered every intake - beginner, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper intermediate and IELTS preparation.
You will need a valid and acceptable passport or travel document for your stay in South Africa; a valid visa, if required; sufficient funds to pay for your day-to-day expenses and a return or onward ticket. Visit our page for more information:
Why learn to speak English at the Centre for Language Learning in Pretoria
The Centre for Language Learning offers you the chance to learn to speak English at one of the top universities in South Africa. The courses are designed for international students who are foreign language speakers. Here are some reasons to learn to speak English at UP:
An intensive two-month EFL course
Other language schools offer weekly intakes, with new students joining the class every week. The EFL course at UP is an intensive two-month course, which gives you the opportunity to develop your language skills without interruption, while working at the same pace as the rest of the class. You can also build friendships without having to introduce yourself to new students every week.
More about the full-time EFL course in Pretoria
Most affordable EFL course in South Africa
The full-time EFL course is an intensive two-month course with 180 hours of classroom time. The cost includes course books and works out to nearly half and in some cases one-third of the cost of other language schools in South Africa. The University of Pretoria brand ensures that all courses are taught at the highest standards.
Find the next course on our EFL Course Calendar
A safe and secure university-based school
Classes are held on campus where you will mix with undergraduate and postgraduate students, and learn about the university culture. The campus is a safe environment with security guards ___ at all the main gates. The university has an excellent local transport system which provides public transport between campuses, to the main shopping and entertainment areas as well as the residential areas around the campus.
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The full-time EFL course at the Centre for Language Learning will give you a strong foundation and 'create a pathway to further studies at universities around South Africa and your future success.
Our promise to you
The University of Pretoria has established a Centre for Language Learning within the Faculty of Humanities. This Centre is 100% committed to:
Helping you develop your English language skills
Providing highly qualified and experienced teachers
Bringing the world to the classroom and the classroom to life with exceptional course material
Unlocking a new world for you to invest in your future success
PLEASE FIND INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS HERE
The University of Pretoria values every student, and so is careful to provide a safe and secure environment for all students on campus. For this reason everyone is required to follow these basic safety precautions:
Complete the UP health check before coming onto campus.
Keep a distance of 1.5 metres between yourself and those around you.
Always wear a mask.
Cough and sneeze into a bent elbow or tissue.
Wash or sanitise your hands regularly.
EFL student testimonials
I want to say thank you for everything and I would like to come back.
The quality of the teaching was very good because the teacher had attention and took care for all of us.
I enjoyed the talks about foreign cultures. We had new experiences about other countrys and the classmates. We are friends now.