Annie, our new intern, found out what is happening in London on St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Singing, dancing, a parade and a pint or two..
St. Patrick is the most well-known patron saint of Ireland. His death – today a cultural and religious celebration – is annually celebrated on 17 March. This year it is more likely to be celebrated on the Sunday before, meaning 15 March. Feel free to join in on Irish music, song, dance, Irish culture and arts and the Irish food market! Here are a few ideas of where to be in London: Continue reading
Raid, one of our former students, tells us about his experience at Tti and gives us some tips for places to check out in London!
I came to London in September 2014 for 6 months. As every student, my aim was to improve my level of English rapidly. At the beginning I spent a few weeks in General English. Even though the classes were useful, I wanted to progress a little quicker, so the school advised me to do the FCE programme (First Certificate of English) for 8 weeks. As well as being interesting, the FCE course ignited and stimulated my curiosity to keep on learning English. I can not emphasise enough just how effective it is to follow a Cambridge programme (FCE or CAE, depends on your level). Continue reading