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Inlingua London

This week I took time out to visit Inlingua London near kings cross

We started the visit by looking around the school. The first thing I noticed is that the classrooms are small with one table and 4 or 5 chairs.  This is done intentionally as the school is more oriented to lessons for 1 or 3 students with a maximum of 4 students, this is, one-to-one lessons.I have already spoken with Inlingua Cheltenham so this was another opportunity to expand on the brands ethos

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Inlingua Cheltenham

This week the guys from Inlinhua Cheltenham came to visit us in London

This school is in Cheltenham, South West England and home to one of the most famous horse-racing festivals in the world. The town itself has all the comforts of London and their are many bars and restaurants to eat out at night.

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Kaplan International Colleges

Welcome back guys I am excited to be visiting one of the most famous language schools not only in the UK but also all over the globe.  This week we are with Kaplan. I have been granted exclusive permission to visit the central office in London where a lot of the the different departments work. When I arrived I could see just how big and well run this language school really is the sheer scale of staff and professionalism here is really something.

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Bell International

Back again and this week we have been visiting with Bell international.  Firstly I have to take the time to thank Silvina for showing us the school and answering questions on facilities

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British Study Centres

Here we are again and a new blog for you guys to read.  As often as we can one of the Polar Team will be visitingone of our partner schools and discussing thei language programme. This week I visited British Study Centres London which in Baker street and very close to Bond street.

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