When a key university specialising in art, tourism, architecture and psychology asked us to design a new English training programme for their mix of local and international students, we knew it would be a challenge to tailor the course content to cater for such a wide range of requirements.
When a global manufacturer approached us and asked us to help them develop an employee training program to improve English language skills across the company, we were excited by the scale of the challenge.
An Asian institution, providing pre-university education to students preparing to start their courses, contacted us and asked if we could help them develop their learning programs to help their students maximise the time they had prior to their admission.
A university offering five-year degrees in engineering fields challenged us to help increase their students’ English skills and motivation levels. They required course content specially designed for TOEIC and able to adapt to different students’ needs.
A university aspiring to nurture the global leaders of tomorrow approached us for help developing an e-learning programme that would improve the whole language learning experience for its students while specifically helping them improve their TOEIC scores.
Our client is a large corporation in the manufacturing and engineering sector dealing with companies around the world - they gave us a brief to develop an online learning programme for incoming employees to improve their English language skills.
A private university approached us to help design and implement an English learning platform that would help their first-year students become active learners ready to use English in their eventual careers.
A leading manufacturer of electronic components with a reputation for innovation, and with customers all over the world, needed to empower its employees to develop their English communication skills.
Our client, a prestigious private university in Asia, challenged us to boost confidence and language learning among its students. We implemented a self-study language learning programme offering both classroom and digital study possibilities, and the results have been overwhelmingly positive.