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Pienso que esta experiencia ha sido muy enriquecedora para mi vida tanto personal como profesional, asi mismo creo que haber escogido este colegio ha sido un gran acierto en todo sentido.  He podido conocer y aprender cosas maravillosas que solo de esta manera se hacen posibles.  Por esto y por muchas cosas mas es esta ha sido una de las mejores cosas en mi vida.

Daniel Cano- Colombia

Feb 2, 2016, 09:55 AM
I spent more than 6 months in CES and from the beginning I just felt like part of a big huge friendly family! I would recommend CES to everyone.  

Geraldine Pouzargue – France

Feb 2, 2016, 09:55 AM
This is my third time in CES and every time it is getting better and better! 

Jordi Figols Gagliardi – Italy

Feb 2, 2016, 09:55 AM

If you are thinking of studying or improving your English, CES will be your best choice! You can meet some friendly people and I am sure that, like me, you will learn a lot. 

Beatriz Carasco – Spain

Feb 2, 2016, 09:56 AM
killian
‘I like the good atmosphere and low numbers in the classes and the personal attention from teachers.

It’s cool that we can do different kinds of social activities like pub nights, bowling, sports and going to central London.

My family is lovely and they have teenage sons who can I watch sports with!’

Killian: Switzerland

Feb 9, 2016, 12:21 PM
yuta
‘I like the easy access to the city centre and this school is very good because it’s not too crowded. It’s nice being close to Wimbledon town centre and then only 20 minutes by train into central London. There is a good nationality mix in the classes and teachers use pair work well. I like making friends with students from different countries and I visited an ex-CES student in Spain last year.’

Yuta: Japan

Feb 9, 2016, 12:22 PM
yi-cheng
‘I’m really happy with my classes and teachers. I like the international food parties and making friends with different nationalities. My homestay is very caring and they make lovely food!’

Yi-Cheng: Taiwan

Feb 9, 2016, 12:22 PM
 I spent brilliant days at CES. Because I have made many friends of overseas. I still like my mate and I hope that I can go there again. 💗

Kana Matsuya, Japan

Mar 1, 2016, 16:13 PM
sandra
Reasons why you shouldn't go to CES Oxford:
- You're going to get a silly nickname.
- You're going to be forced to participate in the social programme.
- You're going to be surrounded by crazy people.

Reasons why you should DEFINITELY go to CES Oxford:
-You're going to be forced to participate in the social programme and have the best of all times.
- You're going to be surrounded by fun, crazy, lovely people.
- There's always someone around for a chat.
- The classes are great fun.
- My host was warm and welcoming and gave me a second home during the time of my stay here.

Don't think twice: Just go! No language school compares! I think the mixture of great atmosphere, nice people and good and funny lessons is the best one could wish for!

Sandra Schmidt, Germany

Mar 1, 2016, 16:18 PM
Well, my experience in CES has been fantastic! Since the first day I felt an atmosphere of family between old and us, new students. The teachers and the staff have made everything to put us at ease and we created soon a beautiful friendship. I spent the best month of my life,I knew a lot of new friends from all over the world and it was also great for my English because I improved a lot my studies( I'm not perfect but was very very useful). I recommend this experience to everyone and if I had the chance to stay there more than one month I would have do it absolutely. I love you and I miss you all 😘😘💓

Sara Pietro, Italy

Mar 1, 2016, 16:20 PM
florian
CES Oxford is without doubt the best school I've ever been to. Being a student there for 3 months i was able to forge friendships with the staff as well as with some of the teachers. However, this is nothing compared to the number of great friends I made all over the world which not only have extremely different cultural backgrounds but also come from almost every age group one can think of.
CES is also a place where I as a student felt home and considered everyone as my second family.
Of course there are also bad things. Mostly they're called 'Fridays' because these are the days when students leave CES and go home to their schools, jobs or whatever they are leaving for. It's a hard good bye since you never you when you're going to meet anyone again. It gets even harder the longer you stay because at some point everyone who started at the same day as you already left. Also, most people who leave then started later than you did and you get aware of the fact that you literally see people come and go.
But at the same time you become incredibly happy having been given the chance to meet all these amazing new friends of yours and you start to realise that everyone left a piece of them in you. And when the day comes where you have to leave yourself you know that there will be a piece of you in the school which will stay there forever. Be it a memory of you, a story about you or a simply a tear you cried when giving a speech.'

Florian Berliat, Switzerland

Mar 1, 2016, 16:24 PM
bruno-italy-oxford
Are you looking for an English School in the United Kingdom? CHOOSE  CES Oxford!
CES Oxford is not a typical school where you can only improve your English, your communicative skills but it is further more than this. You will go there without any expectation and than you will find a new lifestyle!
First of all, CES Oxford has a lot of facilities to improve you English such as computer room, reading&listening room. More than that CES Oxford is represented by a teacher’s team that will guide you in to the British World. They are always willing to bolster your skills progression and telling you about British culture.
Although this could be similiar to other schools what makes CES Oxford different from the others is the Social activities board. In theory you can come back to your host family when classes are over. However you will be not happier than staying at school. Am i crazy? Am i saying that i enjoyed staying at school all day long? Sure I was. Although there are a lot of places that you probably should visit in Oxford , lots of activities to do there is a social program full of activities at School.  These activities will help you to both enjoy  your staying and improve you English! Just for information i can give you more examples: laser game, cinema, pool table, ping pong, card games, bowling! My favorite one  was undoubtedly the International food Night! The school organises a  different international dinner once a week. Every country will cook for all students! Believe me it’s a magic moment! You can be all around the World staying in one place! Up to me there is nothing more exciting than this! You can try new food, exploring new cultures and improve your English at the same time! In one world studying at CES Oxford means becoming more OPEN MINDED!

Bruno Gennaro, Italy

Mar 1, 2016, 16:28 PM