Accommodation available
Listening lab
Internet access
Safe and secure environment.
English preparation for university.
Small groups of students for individual attention.




Easy English Centre was established in 2004 after identifying a need for English. It has since grown into a well recognized and trusted school with a proven track record.
Easy English Centre is the only language school in Pretoria that is accredited by ETDP Seta, which is the main body that monitors and controls skills developmentand the standard and quality of education.
It is a lot easier for our students to get accepted at major colleges and universities because we are assured by the above council, as English is one of the major requirements for admission. 
It is our aim at all times to maintain the highest quality service by offering the best course material, that is delivered by teachers with degrees and diplomas in addition to TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language).
Our students are made up of many different cultures and religions, with this in mind we are committed to sharing our knowledge with respect for this diversity.
It is our mission to ensure the growth and development of all our students to reach their full potential.


I like this school because teachers are friendly, the school is beautiful and classes are comfortable. I have made friends from different countries. My English is progressing quickly.  
Lin Ying 



COVID-19 Compliant

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