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California culture: Health and fitness

It’s well known that the Golden Coast is busy with one of the world’s fastest-growing industries – h... Read more

Getting over the homesickness hurdle

Anyone who has spent an extended period of time away from home has felt it – that ache for the comfo... Read more

Knot theory: public lecture at Oxford Mathematical Institute

On March 11th, it was time for another lecture in a series of public lectures hosted by the Oxford M... Read more

How studying abroad in high school gives your student a head start

Living in another country is an eye-opening experience. When moving to a new place, there are infini... Read more

A new age for boarding schools

For many students, the concept of ‘boarding school’ is a threat. It’s where disobedient children are... Read more

Driving into the future: A visit to the Jaguar Land Rover factory

As a followup to their visit to the BMW Mini factory in Oxford earlier this term, EF Academy Oxford ... Read more

Six winter break student stories

This is a re-post from Winter Break 2017 So it’s finally the end of an amazing year and EF Academy ... Read more

10 tips for studying in Oxford

The experience at EF Academy is not only about studying. And it doesn't need to be. Studying every m... Read more

The 8 steps of revision: From desperation to liberation

Originally published February 15th, 2018 As snow begins to melt (at least in some places) under e... Read more

3 benefits of studying outside of your native country

As an increasing number of students are choosing to take their studies abroad, we’re learning more a... Read more

How school environments inspire learning and creative thought

Setting the scene at EF Academy Torbay. Not only do EF Academy students get to live in a new coun... Read more

4 benefits of your child being fluent in a foreign language

Today, we live in a globalized world. One where more students study abroad, travel is increasingly a... Read more