Taiwanese student learning English in Adelaide

Jessica, from Taiwan completed her English for Tertiary Study III course at SACE in June 2013 in order to enter her Master of International Hospitality programme at Le Cordon Bleu in Adelaide.

Jessica  is enjoying her LCB course very much though she says “It is different than (what) I thought before. I only have two classes per week and each takes only 3 hours, it sounds really easy, but it is not. I have plenty of essays and research to do, and I need to also prepare my presentations. So far I still found myself enjoying my new life here.”

Jessica found her SACE course helpful in preparing her for her LCB studies, “I like the way SACE arranges our course, mornings for tough grammar and afternoons we have the different activities with students from other classes. SACE is a big melting pot of different cultures, I also enjoyed the differences between all my classmates.”

She has found that one of the most helpful aspects of her SACE course was learning essay writing skills. She says  “My teacher Linda in SACE was really strict in our homework and made it harder but similar to the university style. If I didn’t know all these skills about writing essays, my life now would be a huge mess. So again I have to thank Linda for this.”

Testimonial sent by Melissa Jones from SACE Colleges.

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