Two of our Bell teachers visited Chile to observe how effectively our student teacher trainees put their learning into practice.
The UK Home Office has recently extended the use of e-gates to some non-EU countries.
Short-term students, however are advised NOT to use the e-gates.
We still use many of Shakespeare's words and phrases today. Take our quiz to learn more about Shakespeare's influence on the English language.
If you're lucky enough to be in London on a sunny day where should you go?
Take a look at our pick of 7 things to do when the sun shines in London.
At Bell, we are dedicated language enthusiasts. It’s a passion. So here are a few suggested talks to get you feeling motivated, energised and 'ready to go'.
It's that time of year again, where voting opens for the ST Star Awards - recognising ‘star’ quality performance across the study travel industry.
What is April Fools Day all about? Find out more and try our April Fools Day game of true or false.
As part of its visiting speaker series, Bell's University Foundation students welcomed two academics to give lectures on a range of topics.
Intercultural understanding through language education remains at the heart of everything we do here at Bell. We take great pride in the multinational mix of our students – having welcomed students from over 122 countries last year.
Learn about and test your knowledge of reduplication - words with repetition in the sounds made by the two words.
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