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7 Things I've Learnt from British Council English Class

Hello Kuala Lumpur!! Harlo guys!! It's been months I went to British Council for my English Class and I would like to share my experience here. Basically, British Council is not only a good place to learn English, it is also a place to make new friends from all around the world too. I've met friends from Iraq, Philippines, Korea, Taiwan and many more friends from different working field. That's where I increase my culture knowledge through their personal sharing too, thansk to friends from Iraq! Later I am gonna share some tips with you too.

My first class at British Council

British Council Have you heard about British Council before?? Whether you want to learn or teach English, take an exam, study in the UK or find out about  their forthcoming events, this is the place to start. I've always wanted to improve my English writing and conversation skill hence I finally decided to try out their courses at British Council located in Selangor Dredging Berhad. I am gonna share with you what I did to get enrol in a course and my first-time experience with them.

4 Good Reasons to Study In UK

Traveled to London during London 2012 Olympic Games Ever since my first trip to London during Olympics, I have fallen very much in love with the city especially during summer. Apart from the four seasons that we don't experience in Malaysia, there are tons more stuff to explore here! Take this for example, during summer you may spot this old man feeding squirrels and birds at the park. I've always wanted to capture these kinds of photographs and that excites me to stay longer in the UK and explore this side of the world. Eventually it also made me consider whether or not I should further my studies in the UK. A Degree/Master's course in Photography I guess? =) Below are some of the good reasons why you should study in UK:   1. The UK offers you an outstanding quality of teaching, and a world-class learning experience Proof a: Over 86% of postgraduate students in the UK stated that the overall experience of their research programme met or exceeded the