10 Ways to Learn English Outside of the Classroom

Read books in English. Choose books you have already read in your native language or those that have been made into films which you have seen.  This will make it easier for you to understand the plot and the content. When you listen to songs in English, pay attention to the lyrics.  Look up the… Read more

Parent and Child English Language Success Story – Alexandre from Brazil

My story with Anglo-Continental started back in September 1982 when I enrolled and stayed there studying for some months. I was only 19 years old at that time and was following my dad’s steps who had studied at Interlink (part of Anglo-Continental Educational Group) in 1974 also in Bournemouth. I really enjoyed my experience there…. Read more

Another Successful Raters Course

Anglo-Continental Aviation English Division is pleased to announce another successful Raters Course attended by professionals from around the world in March 2017. Thank you to all our trainees for your valuable contribution to the course. Anglo-Continental received the following feedback from candidates on the course: “It’s my fourth time in five years at Anglo-Continental and… Read more

10 Reasons to Study English in Bournemouth

Large Student Population Bournemouth has a large student population from all over the world. Anglo-Continental welcomed students from 68 different countries in 2016. Most Popular Destination outside London Bournemouth is the most popular destination in the UK to study English outside of London. Providing easy access to London and the rest of Europe. Bournemouth is… Read more

In Memory of Mr. Fritz Schillig 1929 – 2017

Anglo-Continental Campus

Mr. Fritz Schillig passed away peacefully at home on the afternoon of Wednesday, 11 January 2017, aged 87 years. Mr. Schillig was the founder of Anglo-Continental School of English in Bournemouth. After the war, as a young man in Switzerland, he started his career in an import/export company. He soon realised that the future of… Read more

Prime Ministerial commitment to grow tourism across the UK during South West visit

Guido Schillig, Chair of Bournemouth & Poole International Education Forum/Managing Director of Anglo-Continental and Mark Smith, Director of Tourism in Bournemouth, met with the Prime Minister David Cameron today as he announced a five point plan to support tourism growth across the UK, during a visit to Cornwall. Prime Minister, David Cameron, emphasised his commitment… Read more

Anglo-Continental Celebrates 65th Birthday

Anglo-Continental celebrated its 65th birthday on Friday, 7 August 2015. The school first opened its doors in 1950 and has provided English language tuition to over 400,000 students from 120 different countries across the world. Anglo-Continental celebrated its 65th anniversary by sharing a huge birthday cake with students and staff and by showing a slide… Read more