By Michael Williams | 22 June 2015

  Prepare for writing an IELTS essay with our expert teacher, Michael William's writing checklist. 1.    Have I rephrased the question accurately?  If you...

By Ken Bateup | 15 June 2015

One of the great things about working at the Bell school in Cambridge is being able to enjoy the lovely school grounds. We are very lucky to be surrounded by glorious beauty, and the garden is...

By Vicky Westmore | 11 June 2015

Sandro from Italy tell us about his first year at Cass Business School in London and how the Bell University Foundation Programme changed his future. Sandro, now age 21, graduated with a...

By Roseanna Whitelegg | 11 June 2015

For the students at the University of Cambridge it’s time to celebrate – exams are over and May Week has begun. May Week is the annual end-of-year celebrations for all students...

By Ken Bateup | 08 June 2015

When a student in my class leaves the school in Cambridge I always like to ask them the same two questions. What did you love most about being here? What things here did you find...

By Ken Bateup | 04 June 2015

Students find coming to the Bell School in the UK to learn English is a wonderful experience. As well as improving their language abilities students can enjoy being in a new city, meeting new...

By Caroline Davidson | 01 June 2015

If you’ve already applied for a UK university course starting later this year or are planning to enrol in the future, make sure you read our university glossary guide to find out the...

By Alex McGarry | 05 May 2015

On Saturday 2 May the Duchess of Cambridge , Kate Middleton, gave birth to her second child, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. The newborn is fourth in line to the throne which means she will...

By Vicky Westmore | 05 May 2015

International student education provider Bell has just partnered with its 20th university for progression from the Bell University Foundation programme , doubling its partnerships with UK...

By Michael Williams | 27 April 2015

What are the three most important letters in IELTS? I’ll give you a clue; the answer is neither I, nor E, nor L, nor T, nor S. Give up?  The answer is ATQ, which is to say ANSWER THE...

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