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We are good to go Wimbledon School of English are good to go! We are delighted that we’ve been awarded the Visit England ‘We’re Good to Go’ certificate which means we have put all the UK Government & English UK safety recommendations i...

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Preparing for an English exam? Read this first! Are you preparing for a Cambridge Proficiency exam, Cambridge Advanced, an IELTS exam, OET test, LanguageCert or your First Cambridge Exam? Preparing for an exam, whether it’s to help you get into a university, qualify for a job, or as a perso...

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Wimbledon School of English to re-open after the Covid-19 lockdown June 12th 2020   We are delighted to announce that we will be re-opening the Wimbledon School of English main school on Monday 7th September 2020       We have been working very hard behind the scenes, consulting collea...

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  • 05-06-2020
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Trinity Cert TESOL vs Cambridge CELTA - What is the difference? You may be about to start your journey into English teaching and asking ‘how do I become an English teacher?’ Choosing the best teacher training course for you can be tough. We hope that this article will point you in the right direction ...

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Book with Confidence Wimbledon School of English is delighted to announce its 'Book with Confidence' campaign. You may be thinking about booking an English course in London, or even online, but you are afraid to book in case you have to cancel or postpone at the last min...

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10 Top Tips for Teaching Online 10 Top Tips for Teaching Online   Whether you are coming into online teaching for the first time because your English school has moved their offering online or if you haven’t tried it for a while, here are a few tips that will help you get...

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WSE Temporary School Closure   20th March 2020   Following the UK government's decision to close all schools to tackle the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, Wimbledon School of English is now closed to students for the next few weeks.     However, we will still ...

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WSE named in top 5 in Ryugaku Journal Japan best school awards 2020   We are extremely proud and excited to once again be chosen as one of Japan’s top 5 English schools worldwide for 2020 in the Ryugaku Journal’s Best School Awards.    How are these awards assessed?  &nbsp...

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Coronavirus Covid-19 Deferral and Cancellation Policy Update 16th March 2020   How will Coronavirus Covid-19 affect your English course in Wimbledon School of English? Coronavirus (Covid-19) Deferral and Cancellation Policies for students The following deferral, cancellation and credit policies relat...

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Wimbledon School of English named No.1 Language School in the UK 2020   El Gazette have just released their 2020 school rankings table, and Wimbledon School of English has topped the table once again!   Image Source: ELGAZETTE   How is the ranking decided?It is based entirely on British Council Inspecti...

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  • 11-03-2020
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How to improve your English without travelling How to improve your English without travelling   Are you unable to travel but keen to improve your English?    Are you stuck at home with time on your hands? Or are you at school in the UK and can’t go home over the E...

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How to choose the correct language school How to choose the correct language school   If you’re considering taking an English language course abroad, here’s what you need to think about before making any decisions: It is a question that we are sure that many of you have cons...

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8 Basic Things To Pack If You Are Going Abroad To Study English In London 8 Basic Things To Pack If You Are Going Abroad To Study English In London   So, you’ve chosen to study at a language school in London. You’ve booked your English course and your plane ticket, and all you have to do now is pack for yo...

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Wimbledon School of English is the best value language school in London for 2020 We are delighted to announce that WSE has been named, once again, as London's best value English language school for 2020 by EL gazette!   How do they calculate if a London language school is good value for money? According to to EL Gazette, it'...

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Best 9 Tips for Passing the Cambridge Advanced Exam Best 9 Tips for Passing the Cambridge Advanced Exam   by Vittorio Pelosi   Want to know how you can crack the Cambridge Advanced Exam? Become a pro with 9 must-know tips that will change the way you study English.       Are y...

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How to Use Podcasts to Improve your English How to Use Podcasts to Improve your English – by Mark Smith   What is a podcast? A podcast is a recording that is downloadable or streamable to your computer or smartphone. The recordings are usually part of a series. Over the last few yea...

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Why 30 plus English for life and work is a special course For those students who are over 30, I would highly recommend the new WSE 30+ course. It is a unique course at WSE unlike our other General English courses because it is only open to those learners who are aged 30 and above. This means if you are over...

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4 good reasons to study English in Wimbledon 4 good reasons to study English in Wimbledon – a local’s perspective Choosing where to study English in London can be tricky – with so many options and so much going on, where do you start? Sometimes it’s useful to get advice ...

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Blanca's Advice: The Wimbledon Tennis Championships The grand slam tournament takes place every year from Monday 1st July until 14th July.     How to Get Wimbledon Tickets The Queue: Several thousand tickets are put on public sale during the tournament itself.  You'll have to queu...

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Blanca's Advice: Queuing at the tennis Queuing for Tickets Anyone willing to stand in line (or queue as we say here) can buy tickets on the day of thematches. The atmosphere in the queue is friendly and visitors enjoy the opportunity of meeting and talking tennis with other fans. Ev...

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Blanca's advice - How To Get Tickets Wimbledon Tennis Championships Five ways to get yourself a ticket!   There are a number of ways tennis fans can obtain tickets for The Championships at Wimbledon.  This year the UK’s grand slam event takes place at the All Englan...

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Getting the best results in the CAE Reading and CAE Listening papers without the pain Getting the best results in the CAE Reading and CAE Listening papers without the pain   The Cambridge Advanced Exam (CAE) is one of the most popular exams in the Cambridge suite, and for good reason. Not only can it unlock doors to employment, ...

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Great reads to improve your English Great reads to improve your English   Too often, people think they don’t enjoy reading. Maybe they feel they don’t have time, or would prefer to watch a film. But think about the role reading plays in our daily lives, whether that&r...

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Top things to do in Wimbledon, recommended by Annelise - our Dutch Intern Firstly. I will introduce myself - I am Annelise and I have lived in Wimbledon for 2 months now, I am Dutch myself so moving here for my internship at Wimbledon School of English was exciting and all new to me. London is a very big city which I am no...

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Which teacher training course is right for me? Which teacher training course is right for me and what can I expect?   The different teacher training courses, what goes on in those courses and reviews of previous students of Wimbledon School of English.     ENGLISH TEACHER TRAININ...

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 Which WSE Junior Summer Centre is for me?  One outstanding school, two amazing summer centres.  But which one is for me? Wimbledon School of English is one of the top English as a Foreign Language (EFL) schools in Britain, and for summer 2019 we have selected two spectacular centre...

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A Guide to Proficiency Level English Idioms How to sound natural when speaking English In learning a language, like in dreaming, it’s the strangest things that lodge in your head. Of the few idioms I learnt in Spanish, easily the most memorable was ‘No es moco de pavo’which t...

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5 Top Tips for IELTS Speaking 5 TOP TIPS FOR IELTS SPEAKING The IELTS speaking test has been around for ages, so there is a lot of information out there about the format of the exam. You can find out about the IELTS speaking questions, duration, format and so on. This article is...

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  • 05-04-2019
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10 reasons why your kids should go to a residential summer centre to learn English 10 reasons why your kids should go to a residential summer centre to learn English So it’s coming up to summer, and those long long holidays. That time of year which kids look forward to with great excitement, and which parents dread. What wil...

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Testimonial by Anna from Poland Hi! I am Anna Tondyra and I am from Poland. On my 16th birthday my parents sent me to UK by my own to study at Wimbledon School of English. At the time, I was thinking the worst present ever but I was totally wrong. 2013 was just the beginning of my ...

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  • 07-03-2019
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WSE wins Japan's Number 1 school of 2019 We are extremely excited to be chosen as Japan’s number 1 school of 2019 in the Ryugaku Journal’s Best School Awards.   How are these awards assessed? These awards are based completely on the feedback of 500 of Ryugaku Journal’...

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10 Reasons Why Studying in London is the Best Thing that Will Happen to You 1.   Top Quality Schools   Studying English in London provides an experience like no other. With such a wide choice of great quality language schools who all have London on their doorsteps, you are going to have the best time ever. A g...

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Top 5 Christmas markets in London It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The streets of London are decorated with Christmas lights and you can see beautiful Christmas trees in cosy living rooms behind the windows. If you are a Christmas fanatic and you want to visit a Christ...

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  • 10-10-2018
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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Fernando It all began when I was tired of everything. It was really hard to hide this important part of me and pretend that I’m a different person. For a long time, I was a big fan of one famous guy and we chatted a lot. He was actually the first person...

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I enjoyed it so much to stay and learn at WSE Thank you to Regine from Germany who left us this lovely little testimonial after studying with us for two weeks on the English and Culture course. Good luck with your English studies back in Germany :) I enjoyed it so much to stay and learn a...

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Best Autumnal Places to Visit in Southern England Autumn is an absolutely exquisite time to explore the beauty of England.  All the wonderful colours of copper, brown, gold and burnt yellow; falling leaves, blustery and crisp air - it's a favouroite season for a lot of us and shouldn't be misse...

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Why WSE? A Student's Perspective It's always great showing off the work produced by some of our students.   Lynn's Higher Intermediate Plus class produced their very own Wimbledon School of English flyers and we have some of them here for you to appreciate. Batu from Turke...

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Five Things to Pack if You’re Coming to London in Summer We love hearing about our students' experiences studying English in Wimbledon! Charlotte's Proficiency level class have written a series of blogs about their favourite things about studying English in London. In this series, students will write about...

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Best Value Schools Outside of Central London Do expensive language schools provide the best tuition? Are cheaper schools sacrificing quality? It can be difficult to know how much to spend when booking an English language course. Outside of Central London, there is a quite a range in the price p...

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Goodbye Cathy After 23 years as a teacher at Wimbledon School of English, we say a very sad but fond farewell to our lovely Cathy. We asked Cathy if she would do a video goodbye for us but she got a little bit camera shy  so we have a nice interview with...

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WSE opens its first language centre in Vientiane, Laos Press release Wimbledon School of English opens its first overseas language centre in Vientiane, Laos Wimbledon School of English is delighted to announce the opening of a language centre in Vientiane, Laos, in partnership with the prestigious Panya...

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5 Typical Host Family Meals We love hearing about our students' experiences studying English in Wimbledon! Charlotte's Proficiency level class have written a series of blogs about their favourite things about studying English in London. In this series, students will write about...

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5 English Netflix Series You Should Watch to Improve Your English   Do you often find yourself binge-watching your favourite series on Netflix instead of doing your homework? Well, for English language students watching English TV shows is one of the most beneficial things you could do! Watching TV is a brilli...

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How a WSE student from Syria landed a scholarship for university Back in April 2017, we wrote an article for FruitFame about WSE’s work with RefuAid. We told the stories of 4 refugee students and their experiences of moving to the UK and studying at Wimbledon School of English. You’ll be glad to know t...

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Top Cinemas to Visit in London to Watch English Films If you are going to study English in the UK, watching English films is a brilliant way to practice your language skills. At Wimbledon School of English, we provide a film library for students who want to improve their listening skills. However, if yo...

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Watching Football in Wimbledon: A Unique Experience We love hearing about our students' experiences studying English in Wimbledon! Charlotte's Proficiency level class have written a series of blogs about their favourite things about studying English in London. In this series, students will write about...

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5 Brilliant Ways to Improve your English in London When new students come to WSE, we always get asked the same question: “How can I improve my English quickly?” If they’re already taking an English course in the UK, then they’re definitely on the right track. Face to face tuit...

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30 Essential English Idioms to Help You Sound Like a Native Idioms are used frequently in everyday life by native English speakers, which makes them really useful for English language students who want to sound natural and confident. Idioms are often confusing when translated literally, so make sure you learn...

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My Language Experience at Wimbledon School of English Jael from Switzerland studied with us at Wimbledon School of English for 3 weeks last year. She was very kind to share all her experiences with us - from her anticipation and worries of coming to London, how she coped, the friends she made, how she f...

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  • 09-07-2018
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Japan Best School Award 2018 Wimbledon School of English has once again been named one of the best English language schools by Japanese study abroad agency Ryugaku Journal.  Every year, Ryugaku Journal collates feedback from its students and uses this data to give their be...

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What is Etymology? Etymology is the study of the origin of words and the way in which they have developed throughout history. For English language students, discovering the origin of words can help them to develop a rich and varied vocabulary. This blog will introduce ...

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OET - Your Questions Answered! It was only recently that the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) decided to accept OET as proof of English language proficiency for doctors, nurses and midwives wishing to practise in the UK. Before then, they h...

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The Last Straw The Last Straw: No more plastic straws at WSE In our continued efforts to consider the environmental impact of Wimbledon School of English and to reduce our carbon footprint, WSE are joining the nationwide campaign #laststraw Let’s do our ...

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Teachers' Refresher Testimonial Dolores from Argentina joined a Teachers' Refresher course this month. She sent such a lovely testimonial and we just had to share with you!  WSE is a school where you not only learn the English language, but also the culture of the United Kingd...

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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Sofia I don't know when I realised that I was gay. When I was a kid I had a lot of friends among boys, but I didn't feel attracted to them. Time passed by, and all my friends started dating someone, but I still didn't like anyone in that way. At the age of...

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Exam Tips for the Occupational English Test (OET) The Occupational English Test (OET) is accepted as proof of proficiency in English for visas, study and employment in the healthcare sector. Students of our Medical English course can gain an OET qualification in order to facilitate their career in h...

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Adios Wimbledon School of English Marta from Venezuela, studied with us for a month this summer and she left us this really lovely review in Spanish. Thank you Marta!   Fue una experiencia sublime. Siendo alguien que jamás había salido conscientemente de mi pa&iac...

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We have received a wonderful testimonial from Sayumi, a Japanese student who studied at WSE for two weeks. While at WSE, Sayumi studied our Business and Professional English course alongside an English for Film Making and Social Media module.   ...

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We have just redesigned our brochure (coming soon!) so we have been collecting student feedback and testimonials. We spoke to lots of students from all around the world and got some lovely comments. It's such a shame we couldn’t include all of ...

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WSE recently said goodbye to Monika, a lovely student from the Czech Republic. Monika studied with us for three weeks and had some wonderful things to say when she left!   Here's what she had to say... “It’s a really calm and friend...

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Our Top 10 MUST DO things outside of London We all know how beautiful Wimbledon is and how much you all love it here - rightfully so!  But there's also an abundance of wonderful, exciting and inspiring places just outside of Wimbledon that we hope you find the time to explore! So, whether...

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As the last few days of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships fast approaches, so too does the excitement surrounding the event. There is never a better time to be in Wimbledon, when visitors from all over the world come to watch their favourite tennis ...

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As a non-native English speaker, it's quite daunting coming to London to learn the language, let alone having to communicate in it...every single day.   Abdulrahman, 25, from Saudi Arabia, has been studying with us for over 8 month already and h...

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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Jet Our 5th in the series of "Humans of Wimbledon School of English' was written by Jet from The Netherlands.     The goals I wanted to achieve in WSE: I always have been an indecisive person, which made it difficult for me to choose what I w...

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Meet Nadya Over the past couple of months, one of our Russian agents - Liden & Denz, ran a competition for one lucky student to win a two-week English language course at Wimbledon School of English.  That competition winner was Nadya! Over the next cou...

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EL Gazette says...WSE is the top ranked English language school in the UK! WSE is top of the tables again The new look EL Gazette is back with the UK Top 100 Ranking List for 2017 and Wimbledon School of English is top of the list for the fourth year running. With a perfect score of 100/100, we are joint top with ELC Bristo...

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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Irene Our forth instalment of Humans of Wimbledon School of English is written by Irene from Spain. When I was very little I dreamed of being a famous singer. I loved the idea of standing on stage doing a performance in front of the public. I love these ...

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Is a Legal English course right for me? Bit lost for words when discussing law in English? You’ve obviously got a pretty good level of English; you’re reading this blog with no problems, you don’t need subtitles when you watch a film in English, and you’ve probably...

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Our students can produce some of the most well thought out and creative pieces of work just by using, and experimenting with the English language.   Take a look at this brilliant piece of writing produced by Carla from Chile; it is based on an i...

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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Hiroto Our third instalment of Humans of Wimbledon School of English is brought to us by Hiroto, from Japan. Two years ago, I was addicted to playing tennis, I was in the tennis club at high school and i staked everything I had on winning the match. I prac...

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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Daisuke Our second instalment of Humans of Wimbledon School of English is brought to us by Daisuke from Japan.   My first day in London was horrible. I felt completely lonely and had no confidence to talk to anyone. NOT EVEN ORDER SOME FOOD!!  Whe...

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With plenty of spare time over the Christmas holidays, you may be stuck for things to do to occupy yourselves (besides lots of studying, of course!). Fear not, we are here to save you from boredom and have come up with a list of festive activities to...

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Humans of Wimbledon School of English by Alice You may have heard of the Humans of New York Project? This has now become a successful blog worldwide and includes portraits, interviews, quotes and a glimpse into the lives of strangers living in New York City. The blog now has over 20 million follo...

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Student Testimonial - Lin from China We had the very lovely and charming Lin all the way from China, study with us for 6 months this year and we're so pleased with her glowing review of us!   This is what she had to say: I spent 6 months at Wimbledon school of English and I have a...

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Sanna - Our Resident Fashion Designer You may have seen Sanna, our Services Coordinator, around the school.  She's not only a helpful, efficient part of the WSE family, she's also a very creative Fashion Designer and now has her own studio here in London.  Here she tells us all...

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What I Love About WSE: By Abdullah Abdullah (3rd from the left), 25 from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, came to study with us for 5 months this year and it wasn't long before he became a popular and very well-liked student. Just before he left, we had the opportunity to interview Abdullah a...

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Homestay Accommodation at Wimbledon School of English Homestay has always been a popular choice here at Wimbledon School of English.  We have some 300 genuinely caring families that enjoy speaking with and learning about the different countries and cultures of their students. Some host just one stu...

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WSE - Number ONE again   We did it again! Wimbledon School of English is the best English language school in the UK.   Once a year the EL Gazette publishes a ranking of the best English language schools in the UK and WSE is top of the list once again. The Centres...

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Student Testimonial - Sophie from Italy We've received another lovely testimonial from the beautiful Sophie from Italy.  Sophie studied with us in August for 4 weeks on the IELTS Express course and here is her account of her experience here at WSE:   The period spent at Wimbled...

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We all love to learn something new, and the museums here in London are some of the best places to teach you.  Whether you're learning about art, history or culture, you are spoilt for choice with all the museums that London has to offer, plus th...

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Student Testimonial - Felix from Argentina Felix from Argentina spent two weeks studying with us back in 2015.  This is how he describes his time here at Wimbledon School of English:  My name is Felix. I am from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have been studying at Wimbledon School of En...

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Giulia's Diary - My Last Week at WSE Giulia first came to study with us in 2015 and what's brilliant for us is that she decided to return this year!  Here she shares with us her diary of her final week at WSE!    Monday 25th July Today I'm really sad because in a few day...

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Every Single Person Was So Kind to Me Becky from Italy just spent two weeks at Wimbledon School of English and made the most of absolutely every moment here in London. Her English improved so much while she was here and this is what she had to say about the experience:    First...

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Cambridge or IELTS? Everyday, we receive questions from students asking us what the difference is between IELTS and Cambridge and here we are to provide  you with the answers. Julian - our Assistant Director of Studies and Teacher, explains everything you need to k...

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I fasted for Ramadan, by Cristina Lorusso The lovely Cristina Lorusso - WSE's jacqueline-of-all-trades, did a fantastic thing this month to support all our muslim students, who were fasting for Ramadan, and she decided to fast herself. This meant no food, no water, no coffee, no chewing gum,...

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Welcome to WSE Summer Centre I am very excited to welcome our first students to our inaugural Summer School next Sunday! The time has flown by with all of the preparations we have been making and my team and I are really looking forward to the four weeks we have at Lord Wandswor...

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The key to your happiness is probably hidden inside the walls of this school:  Student testimonial - Sarah Bensinane Sarah B, CAE student from France, studied with us for 6 months from January 2016.  This is her testimonial of her time at Wimbledon School of English: I spent three amazing months in the Wimbledon School of English and because I liked it so much...

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There’s an app for almost everything now... You can chat with your friends, convert currencies or check when the next bus is arriving. So what about learning a language? We have our very own language learning app called WSE English and we ask t...

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Jo's Advice - Top Tips and Advice on How to Prepare for your Cambridge Exam Photo by: <a href="http://www.freepik.com/free-photos-vectors/school">School image created by Ijeab - Freepik.com</a>  We know that one of the most common pressures and challenges for our students is how to prepare for your exams.&nb...

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Poems inspired by Shakespeare: By Teacher Kathryn's Beginners class The students here at Wimbledon School of English have really embraced the upcoming 400 year celebration of Shakespeare. These are some of the really creative, sweet and funny poems that Teacher Kathryn and her Beginners class have produced together :...

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I'll miss WSE and this unforgettable time here in Wimbledon - Bettina from Switzerland We love our school and always have great things to say about it. But it's especially nice when we receive such positive comments from our students. Bettina from Switzerland who joined us last year in 2015, studied with us for 6 months.  She bega...

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A Love Story That Goes Back Over 30 Years This post takes us back over 30 years! It was 1985 and Wimbledon School of English looked a bit like this… It’s a love story of two students who are still together today. Naoko from Japan came to study at Wimbledon School of English bec...

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5 Reasons Why Wimbledon School of English is the Best Place to Prepare for the IELTS Exam Do you need to improve your IELTS score? Prepare for the exam with us!  Here are 5 reasons why Wimbledon School of English is the best language school in the UK to prepare for the IELTS Exam. 1. ExperienceWe have been running IELTS preparation ...

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Why Wimbledon School of English by Sofía from Argentina "Why Wimbledon School of English?   I found out about WSE by means of an agency in Argentina and I could not be happier with my decision. I spent the coldest month of the year here but I could not have felt a warmer ambience with such warm peopl...

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From Diwali, Oktoberfest and Carnival to Lunar New Year in London:  Two students’ take on celebrating this outstanding festival in London.  As always, this year saw London go full-swing in celebrating the biggest Lunar New year festiv...

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The Wimbledon Final - by Marta and Nevena from Serbia Nase studentkinje Marta i Nevena iz Srbije isle su juce da gledaju Wimbledon finale u single muskoj konkurenciji i imale zaista nezaboravno iskustvo. Obe devojke vole tenis i veliki su navijaci njihovog sunarodnika Novaka Djokovica. Ovaj dogadjaj one...

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We often hear people say that they would like to improve their language skills but it is sometimes hard to find the time. We all know that the best way to learn a language is to live and study in the country but it’s not always possible. Whethe...

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Our proficiency level class was asked to write a piece for the Wimbledon School of English blog. Ania from Poland and Lorena from Brazil share their tips on how to adjust to life in the capital.  Living in London – 8 tips for how to cope o...

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Here at Wimbledon School of English, we invite our students to submit blog posts. It can be anything from an essay to a review or tips of what to do in London. It's a great way to practise your writing skills and our Study Centre Manager will always ...

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