Find out about the phrase ‘Hobson’s choice’, its historic origins and how people use it.
Three award-winning English language teachers from China, Brazil and Serbia have been invited to meet up in Cambridge this summer to share ideas and experiences on teaching English.
Find out about the phrase ‘a cock and bull story’, its origins and how people use it.
Choosing the right degree is a challenge for any student – and it’s harder for international students who might feel overwhelmed by the number of courses, application procedures and living in a country with a different culture and lifestyle.
Find out about the phrase ‘full of the joys of spring’, its origins and how people use it.
Find out about the phrase ‘Saved by the bell’, its historic origins and how people use it.
With over 100 universities and business schools in the UK, choosing the right degree is a huge challenge for any student – and it’s even harder if you are from a foreign country and English is not your first language.
According to a US study by The Nielsen Company, a global market research firm, celebrities are very persuasive brand endorsers.
Find out about the phrase ‘A turn-up for the books’, its history and why people use it.
This summer, Bell’s incredibly successful teacher campus, will open its doors for the first time at a second destination - Macao.
Find out more about Bell and what we can offer you.