Where can an English language course take you in 2017? Hana our former student tells us about her experience.

Hana studied with us at Tti School of English, 18 years ago! The year that the school opened! She is now living and working in London. Read on to find out where her English course at Tti took her!


I arrived in London 18 years ago to improve my English. I wanted to get a better chance to find a good job in my home country, the Czech Republic. I would have never thought that studying at Tti would not only enhance my English language skills but also lead to a succesful career in the EFL industry.

I was one of the very first students at Tti Camden and attended the CAE preparation course. I enjoyed learning English in a small group of dedicated students and liked the way our lessons were conducted. It was very different from learning English back home. I spent amazing 12 weeks preparing for the Cambridge exam and I am delighted to say that I did pass thanks to my teachers at Tti. I met a lot of like-minded fellow students at Tti with whom I am in touch with to this day.

Teachers at Tti inspired me to pursue a career in education dedicating my professional life to promoting a creative, innovative and inspiring teaching and learning environment. For more than 10 years I have been teaching English as a Foreign Language in both countries – the Czech Republich and the UK, and I have moved into management in more recent years. Currently, I am working for SKOLA English Study Tours in London, a provider of courses for children from the age of 6 and an organizer of a Parent & Child Programme run in partnership with Tti.

I am very pleased to be a part of the Tti family again because that’s how it felt all those years ago – one big happy family!

Thank you so much Hana for your contribution to our blog. It is great to have you back in the Tti family once again. To find out more about our school please visit our website www.ttischool.com

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