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The student experience at Regent Oxford

12 Jul 2017 by Kelly Knight

Our students are at the centre of everything we do and are the reason we strive to always deliver the best possible student experience. 

Regent Oxford student Philipp Lochbühler recently took a 3 month CPE prearation course with Regent Oxford, and his hard work and the dedication of his teachers meant he passed his exam and can now take his next steps into his international future. Philipp got in touch with us to share his thoughts on his stay at Regent Oxford:

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Fluency is something all language learners strive for as it is thought of as representing the peak of English ability.  However, fluency can also be considered as subjective and not a fixed goal. In fact, Oxford Dictionaries defines fluency as "the ability to speak or write a foreign language easily and accurately". We all strive to use foreign languages with greater ease and accuracy, so keep reading for our top 5 tips for improving your fluency.

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World Environment Day at Regent Oxford

12 Jun 2017 by Kelly Knight

On Monday 5th June, staff and students at Regent Oxford celebrated World Environment Day. Environmental issues have been in the news recently with the signing of the Paris Agreement and this inspired our students to take a closer look at the issues surrounding the environment.

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World telecommunication and information society day is held each year and gives us a chance to consider the impact of modern technology on our lives.

We marked this day with activities in our schools, each taking a different approach to their exploration of telecommunications and technology.

 

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Surfer Saves World Wide Web from Disaster

17 May 2017 by Ian Holmes

May 17th marks world telecommunication and information society day. A day which we can use to consider the role of technology in modern life. Technology is constantly changing and evolving, and as a result so does the vocabulary used to describe it. This can have a huge impact on our learners who may need to use their English for work or further education where specific vocabulary may be required. As such, we took the opportunity this week to explore the idea of telecommunications and information technology further.

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