Gap Year Programme in Cape Town with LTC
Have you been thinking about where to spend your gap year? South Africa is one of the most spectacular countries in the world and a popular location choice for international language students. Its capital Cape Town has been awarded so many accolades from its visitors and admirers including ‘best city on the African continent’, ‘one of the top ten destinations in the world’ and ‘the best city for both beaches and shopping’. Cape Town really does have global appeal and it’s a perfect location for your gap year.
Want to take a Gap Year Programme in Cape Town?
Running for over 20 years, Language Teaching Centre (LTC) is one of the most established language schools in Cape Town, offering the highest quality language courses, including English, Spanish, Mandarin and Afrikaans.
LTC has a number of Gap Year programme options:
- General English
- General English Intensive
- General English Exam
Additional options include exam preparation and joining a volunteer or internship programme. This will enhance your language acquisition and bring you closer allow to the local people and culture of Cape Town.
What can you expect from an LTC Gap Year Programme?
The LTC Gap Year programme has so much to offer. Including a variety of course types, available to all levels. Courses range from 24/36/52 weeks and offer quality learning opportunities in and out of the classroom.
With activities and trips out to the surrounding areas, you will be immersed in the local culture. This will improve your confidence by providing the very best communication opportunities in real-life scenarios. The programme has extra options which include exam preparation and internships and support the development of language skills in all areas. A gap year spent in beautiful Cape Town will be both rewarding and unforgettable! Find out more about the fantastic, once in a lifetime gap year opportunities with LTC in Cape Town.
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