Category Archives: Student Stories

Great Things: Emilie’s Success Story

As part of our “Great Things” series, we interviewed Emilie, a former BSC  student whose English language skills led her to launch a career in the UK. Now, after completing her Masters at the University of Bath, she is working … Continue reading

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Great Things: Raly’s Success Story

As part of our “Great Things” series, we interviewed Raly, a former BSC  student whose English language skills led her to start her own business. Now, almost 15 years later, she is the head of her very own language school … Continue reading

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Great Things: Stefan’s Success Story

As part of our “Great Things” series, we interviewed Stefan, a former BSC  student whose English language skills led him to study a Masters in Computational Finance at UCL. After graduating, he then went on to secure a job at … Continue reading

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Great Things: Dania’s Success Story

As part of our “Great Things” series, we interviewed Dania, a former BSC Oxford student whose English language skills led her to complete a Marketing internship in China. Dania’s BSC Success Story Which course did you do with BSC and … Continue reading

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Meet Riccardo, BSC York

Riccardo and his hobby as a writer lead him all the way to UK. He decided to enrol on a General English course in order to be able to understand properly his next novel which will be translated into English. … Continue reading

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Meet Natascha, BSC Brighton

Originally from Switzerland, Natascha came to Brighton to enrol on a 6 week IELTS course during her gap year. She loved the school and the city vibe so much that became a student services intern for 7 months, she has … Continue reading

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