SACE English school in Adelaide moves to new campus premises

1 July 2007

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After 20 years of operation at the North Terrace site, the South Australian College of English (SACE) will relocate to its newly purchased and specially renovated campus at Woodards House, 47 Waymouth Street, Adelaide. Located in the heart of the city, the new SACE premises will offer 15 conditioned classrooms, computer lab, student common room and teacher training facility. The new centre will be open to students from July 2007.

The move also marks the 20 year anniversary of SACE's presence in Adelaide. Open and accredited since 1987-2007, SACE is Adelaide's oldest independent English language school. This well-established language school offers a variety of English courses aimed at helping students communicate in English as quickly and efficiently as possible. The school is the founding member of the SACE Group, with two other branches in Hobart, Tasmania, and Airlie Beach, Queensland

More Information:

http://www.ialc.org/IALC_Schools_details/English-Adelaide-Australia-South-Australian-College-of-English.asp

more information on studying English in Adelaide, Australia

http://www.ialc.org/IALC_Schools_details/English-Adelaide-Australia-South-Australian-College-of-English.asp

or

http://www.sacecoll.sa.edu.au/

www.sacecoll.sa.edu.au

http://www.sacecoll.sa.edu.au/

Contact:

registrar@sacecoll.sa.edu.au

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