When I arrived in Oxford I knew it was a small city, but I didn't know that there were so many people here mainly in the city centre, both night and day and from Monday to Sunday, good or bad weather its the same and just so awesome. Its a small city, but I could easily find places to spend my time and make great memories with my friends.
What I like the most about British Study Centres Oxford is that from the beginning the staff are so friendly in the school and I was put straight away into the class level that was right for me, so I was in the same class as others who were learning like me. I didn't feel any pressure or that I didn't understand, as everyone helps to explain what you need to do. The lessons are very good they helped me to learn a lot and the teachers encourage me to talk a lot with other students from many different countries, especially when doing group work with others in class. This really helped me to improve my English and meet other students and make new friends.
Staying in Oxford was very easy for me to the point where i did not want to leave, So I stayed one more week because the school and city are so pleasant and filled with very friendly people.
What can I say about my host family, they were great! and they treated me like part of the family I could go out and socialise with friends in the day and in the evenings if i wanted to, but of course i had to respect the house rules and let them know that i was ok and also come home on time. They allowed me to be independent, but I also did lots of things with them and they always invited me out with the family too, which was very nice.
Learning English has helped me for so many reasons, but in particular it has helped me to communicate with lots of other people, not just british people. Learning English has helped me to understand general conversation and lots of different accents.
Finally and the main reason why I enjoyed my stay so much in Oxford is that if i did not know how to say something in English it was not a problem, there was always another way to describe what i wanted to say and I always remembered what the school told me on the first day ''It's ok, don't worry you are here to learn, not to know everything!'' :)