The English Club - for English majors and minors in any curriculum (liberal arts, secondary education, or elementary education) - is an official Rhode Island College student organization. The English Club has sponsored many events, including sessions on applying to graduate school, a book club, talks by professors, and parties.
The English Speaking Club of Bern was founded in 1978 as a meeting point for English speakers from all over the world.
The ESCC was founded in 1979 and is based in Stockholm. It is focused on the cultural and social needs of Sweden's English speaking community. While the majority of our members are from the United States of America and the British Commonwealth, we welcome anyone who wants to participate in cultural or social activities where English is the spoken language. Despite our diverse backgrounds, we see the most important aim of the club as being to celebrate the "ties that bind us", namely, our cultural and linguistic heritage.
Based in England and Japan, Lucky7 is a club which is looking to bring together foreign people who share the common interest that is English and experiencing English culture.
The objective of the club is to promote better relations between people of all nationalities who enjoy speaking English. This club is open to anybody and everybody whether you are studying English and would like to take the opportunity to practise your english or for native English speakers or foreigners from other countries who would like to make friends with people who speak their language.
The National English Club of China is a collision of cultures and an exchange of ideas. It is a place where friendships are born across China and around the world. It is a place where English becomes fascinating and fun.
Welcome to our club! We meet once a week in Kiev, Russia.