Middle East Memories. Farewell to Matt Scott.


Matt Scott’s experience of working at Anglo-Continental.   After a fantastic 3 years of working for Anglo-Continental I will be leaving my role as Business Development Coordinator for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa. The opportunities and experiences have been phenomenal. From going to watch the opera at Oman’s Royal Opera Theatre to meeting with… Read more

Guido Schillig at ICEF Berlin

Guido at ICEF Berlin

It is the end of October, the leaves are on the ground and an autumnal chill in the air. There is a buzz around Berlin as agents and educational providers meet at ICEF. Everyone is smiling and as there is a strong feeling of optimism as we all head into 2018. The reality though is… Read more

Anglo-Continental is supporting CELTA trainees to get work placements

Anglo-Continental Teacher Training Centre is proud to announce its partnership with m2r Education.  m2r Education is a leading education recruitment specialist that will be teaming up with Anglo-Continental to support its newly trained CELTA teachers to find roles worldwide! Students who complete their CELTA course with Anglo-Continental will be given the opportunity to contact the… Read more

Executive Course Interview – Meet Fabio from Italy

fabio italy executive course

Fabio is a senior medical professional based in north east Italy. We had the pleasure of interviewing him about the time he has spent at Anglo-Continental, and why he chose our Executive Course. Where are you from? “Trieste, Italy. It is in the North East of the country. It is near Venice.” How long have… Read more

Argentina to Anglo-Continental: Cristina Zuppa’s Home away from Home.

Cristina Zuppa has brought students an incredible 7378 miles (11874 km) from Argentina to Anglo-Continental School every year for the past 10 years! Young learners and, more recently, older professionals, have enjoyed her friendly advice and comprehensive instructions for learning English in the UK. Cristina has prepared many Argentine student groups for the culturally unique… Read more

The New Kid on the Block -Harrison Corbin, IT Apprentice

I have always been astonished about all the different aspects of IT and how it advances every day and I take delight in working in this world. When I finished at school, I wanted to progress my skills and knowledge in IT, so when I found that Anglo-Continental was looking for an apprentice, I applied… Read more

Trending on Social Media – Joshua Butler, Our New Digital Guru

I love the creativity and flexibility of Digital Media, and really enjoy working in this field. I have studied both Graphic Design and Digital Animation.  When social media exploded around the world, my career progressed into content creation for platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube and more. I visited Bournemouth on a weekend… Read more

Meet Anglo-Continental’s Marketing Intern, Aline Baumeler

I have been learning English for nine years in Switzerland. I have spent the past two years working for an international electric company where I had to communicate a lot in English which I really enjoyed.  Last year I spent time in France for language stay.  I had an amazing time there and I learnt… Read more

A Perfect Match Made at Anglo-Continental in 1966

Daniela (from Italy) and Jürg (from Switzerland) first met in the Student Centre at Anglo-Continental in 1966.  They fell in love and were soon married after their course.  This month they returned to Anglo-Continental to reminisce about the year they spent together at Anglo-Continental in Bournemouth. On a tour of the school, Daniela and Jürg were… Read more

Anglo-Continental’s 67th Anniversary

On Anglo-Continental’s 67th anniversary (Monday 7 August 2017) a memorial bench and gardens were unveiled in memory of Mr Fritz Schillig, Founder of Anglo-Continental. Guido Schillig, Managing Director of Anglo-Continental gave a speech:  “Today marks the 67th anniversary of the day that Fritz, or FS as many used to call him, opened the doors to… Read more