A chain of language schools in Malaysia, which help students there to study English, are celebrating their 20th anniversary this year.
An article in the Sun Daily noted that ELS Malaysia Language Centres has assisted 120,000 individuals to date from over 50 different countries, in order to help them towards university entry or a more successful career.
ELS was the first language centre to offer the Certified Intensive English Programme in 1990 and this flagship scheme provided people heading into higher education with the platform to study English and improve their general proficiency.
There are over 100 centres worldwide, meaning ELS has 50 years of collective industry experience, during which time more than two million students from over 140 countries have been assisted in learning the language.
Earlier this week, Craig Abrahart of notgoingtouni.co.uk, advised that taking a foundation course may offer a good alternative to people, including foreign students coming to the UK, to gain practical experience alongside academic qualifications.All articles
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